Ministry of Power (India)
|Formed||2 July 1992|
|Jurisdiction||Government of India|
|Headquarters||Shram Shakti Bhawan, Rafi Marg, New Delhi, India|
|Annual budget||₹15,046.92 crore (US$2.1 billion) (2018-19 est.)|
The Ministry of Power is an Indian government ministry. The current Union Minister of State (Independent charge) is Raj Kumar Singh. The ministry is charged with overseeing electricity production and infrastructure development, including generation, transmission, and delivery, as well as maintenance projects. India faces challenges in electrical supply and delivery, and is often unable to meet demand, even in very large cities.
The Ministry of Power became a ministry on July 2, 1992 during the P. V. Narasimha Rao government. Prior to that time it had been a department (the Department of Power) in the Ministry of Power, Coal and Non-Conventional Energy Sources. That ministry was split into the Ministry of Power, Ministry of Coal, and Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Sources (renamed the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy in 2006).
- Ministry of New and Renewable Energy
- Central Electricity Authority of India
- Bureau of Energy Efficiency
- Department of Energy (Tamil Nadu)
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