Indian Institute of Public Administration, J&K Regional branch organised a lecture on ‘Micro-Hydro electrical Projects’ here these days.
The Concept paper was browse by Chief Engineer (Retd), PN Daftri.
Member, State Electricity Regulatory Commission, DS Pawar was the Chief Guest on the occasion, who additionally presided over the perform.
In his presidential address, Pawar noticed that non-electrified villages are within the troublesome terrain or located within the remote and much flung areas of the State, that are creating the method of electrification terribly expensive and un-reliable. therefore it's higher to affect these villages through decentralized generation schemes like Mini- Micro Hydel comes.
He added that 2 issues required to be solved, one capital price, that should be kept as low as attainable by use of standardized hardware and native engineering and also the different smart load issue, that should be high enough to form project viable.
Earlier, welcoming the guests, Vikrant Kuthiala introduced the topic.
Chief Engineer, Power Development Corporation, Ashok Koul, highlighted the role of PDC in identification, investigation and allotment of tiny Hydel comes to IPPs. He additionally stated the supportive role of PDC in serving to IPPs acquire varied clearances as well as acquisition of land.
The perform concluded with vote of thanks by Vikram Gour.
Prominent among people who attended the perform included chairman, IIPA, Regional Branch J&K, Ashok Bhan, secretary IIPA, JBS Johar, Ex Administration Municipal Commissioner, Jammu, VN Sharma and lots of others.