New Delhi, Sep 30: Delhi will not face any power cuts during the mega event Commonwealth Games 2010, as measures have been taken to provide continuous power supply, said Delhi Chief Minister, Sheila Dikshit.
Inaugurating a power sub-station at Mundka, Sheila Dikshit said, "Delhi will not face any power cuts. We are committed to providing uninterrupted electricity supply during the Games."
"In order to generate more electricity within the national capital, a joint venture company with NTPC and Haryana government has been formed," stated Dikshit.
The company will generate 1500mw power at its plant at Jhajjar in Haryana.
"Delhi would get 750mw out of the 1,500mw," she said, adding the sub station at Mundka has been set up to bring power to Delhi.
Established by the Delhi Transco Limited at a cost of 150crore, the 400kv sub station has been set up on a sprawling 100 acres plot and will provide power supply to west and north-west Delhi including to Delhi Metro.
"I have also asked the power department to install solar panels. So we ensure that we use clean source of energy," said Dikshit.