The maximum demand for electricity in Delhi reached a record level of 8,302 MW

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Due to the scorching sun and intense heat in the national capital, the maximum demand for electricity reached its highest level of 8,302 MW on Wednesday. Officials of power distribution companies gave this information. For the first time in the history of Delhi, the maximum demand for electricity has crossed the figure of 8,300 MW.

New Delhi. The maximum demand for electricity in the national capital, which is facing scorching sun and severe heat, reached its highest level of 8,302 MW on Wednesday. Officials of power distribution companies gave this information. For the first time in the history of Delhi, the maximum demand for electricity has crossed the figure of 8,300 MW. Power distribution companies had estimated the maximum demand figure to be up to 8,200 MW in this summer.

According to the State Load Dispatch Center (SLDC), Delhi, which records the details of electricity consumption, the highest demand for electricity in the city was 8,302 MW at 3:36 PM. Earlier, on May 22, the maximum demand for electricity had touched the figure of 8,000 MW. The capital Delhi has been battling scorching sun and severe heat for the last 10 days. During this time, the maximum temperature in some areas of the city has reached close to 50 degrees Celsius. In this scorching heat, the demand for electricity has increased rapidly to run coolers, air conditioners and fans.

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