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There is a shortage of coal in the country. Many states have expressed apprehension of deepening of power crisis due to this. Chief Ministers of many states including Delhi, Punjab, Andhra Pradesh have written letters to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Due to the shortage of coal in the country, the power crisis is increasing.
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There is a shortage of coal in the country. Many states have expressed apprehension of deepening of power crisis due to this. Chief Ministers of many states including Delhi, Punjab, Andhra Pradesh have written letters to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In this, there has been a demand to remove the shortage of coal at the earliest, so that the shortfall in power generation can be overcome in time. We are telling you how electricity is generated in India. After all, why is there a danger of increasing the power crisis in the country due to the shortage of coal? What is India capable of doing in power generation? Professor Harcourt Butler Technical University (HBTU) and Director of the Kannauj Engineering College, Prof. Manoj Shukla is explaining the complete maths of electricity generation…

In general, electricity is produced in 7 ways in every country. Most of the thermal power is generated from coal. In India, 70% of electricity is produced from coal.
According to the National Power Portal (NPP), the country has the potential to generate three lakh 88 thousand MW of electricity. However, many plants are still under maintenance. This means that electricity generation work is not being done here. In this way, 2 lakh 204 MW of electricity is being produced every day in the country. Among these…

Method Production (MW)
Thermal (Coal) 2.24 lakh
solar power 46.228 thousand
wind power 39.870 thousand
bio power 10.577 thousand
nuclear 6.780 thousand

According to the NPP, there is a demand of one lakh 66 thousand 107 MW electricity every day in the country. In this 1.63 lakh MW power is being supplied. In this way, there is a shortage of about 2700 MW every day. After Corona, there has been a significant increase in electricity consumption. While 106.6 billion units were consumed every month in 2019, 124.2 billion units started being consumed in 2021. Due to this the consumption of coal also increased. It has registered an increase of 18% this year as compared to August-September last year. 1. As soon as the lockdown ends, the demand for electricity has suddenly increased in the last two months. This is because the factories, which were on the verge of closure and lethargy for almost 18 months, started working fast. This increased the power consumption.
2. During the second wave of Corona, the work of coal mining was greatly affected in April-June.
3. This time the time of monsoon has increased. Mining of coal is reduced during rains. Due to the prolonged monsoon, the amount of time in which the damage was compensated every year, it could not be done this time.
4. The price of coal in the international market has increased by 40%. Due to this Indian companies reduced the import of coal. The dependence on coal in the country has to be reduced. It has five options. First solar energy, second hydro power, third nuclear, fourth bio energy and fifth fuel energy.

1. Fuel Energy : This option is very expensive. Fuel energy itself is in crisis in the world. Its prices are also increasing continuously.
2. Hydro Power For this many dams will have to be built. This is not possible in India with a large population. Where dams are built, there is also the danger of floods. Therefore, not much work can be done on this option as well.
3. Solar Energy and Bio Energy: The government is continuously promoting solar energy and bio energy. However, the result is not getting very good.
4. Nuclear Energy: Experts consider it the best option. 70% of the world’s thorium is found in India. Thorium is an atomic material and can be used to generate electricity. Where three units of electricity are being produced from one kg of coal at present, it is possible to produce more than 30 million units of electricity from one kg of thorium. Pro. Manoj Shukla explains that the biggest danger in its race is the spread of radiation. But if it is done properly, then the problem of electricity in the country can be solved forever.

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There is a shortage of coal in the country. Many states have expressed apprehension of deepening of power crisis due to this. Chief Ministers of many states including Delhi, Punjab, Andhra Pradesh have written letters to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In this, there has been a demand to remove the shortage of coal at the earliest, so that the shortfall in power generation can be overcome in time. We are telling you how electricity is generated in India? After all, why is there a danger of increasing the power crisis in the country due to the shortage of coal? What is India capable of doing in electricity generation? Professor Harcourt Butler Technical University (HBTU) and Director of the Kannauj Engineering College, Prof. Manoj Shukla is explaining the complete maths of electricity generation…

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