Indian Railways Takes Decisive Step to Cut Down Electricity Bill, Reduce Operating Cost
11, Dec 2019, 4:17 PM IST
With the goal of reducing the cost of electricity for traction, Indian Railways has commenced flow of additional 50 MW power (Total 100 MW) from Bhartiya Rail Bijli Company Limited (BRBCL) in the State of Bihar with effect from 28 November 2019, which is expected to lead to an annual saving of Rs. 110 Crores per annum on a recurring basis. The additional flow of 10 MW power from BRBCL has also been started in the State of Rajasthan with effect from 20 November 2019 which is expected to lead to an annual saving of Rs. 11.50 Crores per annum.