Chandigarh, Mar 2 (UNI) The Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam has energized 13 new feeders of 11 KV level in Rohtak and Sonipat districts to supply electricity exclusively to the AP tubewell consumers after segretation of load.
The load on the existing feeders of the affected areas has also come down to about 100 amperes after segregation. The consumers of 50 villagers would be benefitted by way of continuity of supply.
A spokesman for the Nigam said here today that while reviewing the ongoing activities of Haryana Power Utilities, Mr Ashok Lavasa, Financial Commissioner (Power) had directed the Nigam to energize the new feeders by putting load for ensuring uninterrupted power supply to tubewells. It was also specifically directed to ensure that the load of all the feeders supplying electricity to domestic and tubewell consumers of rural areas is segregated upto June 30.
He said that the Nigam has also commissioned 33 KV sub station, Hasangarh (Rohtak). The process of putting load is in final stage and it is likely to be completed within three days. The sub station has been constructed at a cost of Rs 2.29 crore and connected with 132 KV sub station Sampla through 15 KM long line.
The provision of power supply to the domestic consumers of nine surrounding villages through 11KV Hasangarh, Samchana and Barona feeders has been made. The tubewell consumers would be fed from 11 KV Rohna feeder.
The spokesman further stated that more than 6800 existing consumers of Hasangarh, Neelothi, Khurrampur, Rohna, Barona, Bhaisru Khurd, Bhaisru Kalan, Samchana and Naya Baans villages including 48 tubewell and 15 industrial category consumers would be benefitted with the construction of this sub-station Khanpur Kalan shortly. It has been decided to install 8 MVA power transformer in place of existing 4 MVA transformer at a cost of Rs 70 lakh.
The load of Khanpur Kalan has been increasing rapidly in view of construction of new buildings of various educational institutes and hostels of a University, he added.
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