PSPCL approves project report for industrial feeders’ up gradation
Ludhiana, November 20, 2020: The Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) Er. DPS Grewal on Friday shared that the department has approved a detailed project worth Rs 25 crores towards the improvement of industrial feeders under East and West Circle Ludhiana.
Work for the same would commence from the second week of December 2020 and is scheduled to complete before the next paddy season.
While addressing the meeting with industrialists, he also assured that there is no shortage of material in the central stores with the department. The meeting was held to address various issues raised by Ludhiana industrialists.
Er. DPS Grewal, Director Distribution PSPCL took meetings with various industry associations including Bahadur K Road led by Tarun Jain Bawa, Arc, and Industrial Association presided by. KK Garg and Focal Point Association presided by Rajneesh Ahuja and OP Bassi.
Various issues were discussed in the meeting which includes the requirement of improvements in the cat-2 industrial feeders.
During the discussion, Er. Grewal also reviewed the power situation in Khanna circle, especially the high revenue division Mandi Gobindgarh. He instructed SE Khanna and senior xen Mandi Gobindgarh to prepare the DPRs of cat-2 industrial feeders that were in bad shape, and submit by next week.
He offered encouraging words to all the officers to foster a sense of collectiveness and belongingness in the organization and encouraged the officers to develop strong work culture.
Er. DPS Grewal also highlighted the importance of the valuable relationship between the industry and PSPCL since the industry contributes the highest to the department’s revenue, emphasizing the fact that it was the department’s duty and responsibility to give high quality and uninterrupted power supply to the end consumers.
He also visited Ludhiana city and reviewed the power situation with the local distribution officers, P&M wing, and industrial associations. He reviewed the maintenance schedule of grid sub-stations, 66KV line, and 11KV feeders.