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PFC, REC disburse Rs 23,500 crore to state discoms beneath liquidity infusion scheme

Uttar Pradesh had sought a loan of about Rs 21,185 crore, Karnataka and Telangana about Rs 7,000 crore each and Rajasthan about Rs 4,000 crore.Uttar Pradesh had sought a mortgage of about Rs 21,185 crore, Karnataka and Telangana about Rs 7,000 crore every and Rajasthan about Rs 4,000 crore.

The Power Finance Corporation (PFC) and REC have disbursed round Rs 23,500 crore to state energy distribution firms (discoms) as part of their first tranche fee beneath the liquidity infusion scheme introduced by the Central authorities in May.

PFA and REC had sanctioned Rs 45,000 crore beneath the primary of the scheme, from which Uttar Pradesh has acquired the very best disbursal of round Rs 10,500 crore adopted by Telangana (Rs 6,300 crore), Andhra Pradesh (Rs 3,300 crore), Rajasthan (Rs 2,030 crore), Punjab (Rs 1,000 crore), West Bengal (Rs 450 crore), and Manipur (Rs 55 crore), in response to the corporate sources.

Uttar Pradesh had sought a mortgage of about Rs 21,185 crore, Karnataka and Telangana about Rs 7,000 crore every and Rajasthan about Rs 4,000 crore. The states have to ensure loans taken by discoms beneath the scheme, and provides sure undertakings to avail the mortgage. Both PFC and REC will equally disburse the loans beneath the scheme.

A senior REC official mentioned, there are small points at sure state authorities ranges, that are holding up the disbursements and the matter is being adopted up vigorously with states to fulfill the compliance necessities for disbursements. “We are hopeful that in the running third quarter (October-December 2020) all the first tranche disbursements and a majority of the second tranche sanctions and some of the disbursement will happen. Andhra Pradesh and Telengana have submitted details of the second tranche requirements,” the official mentioned.

“We believe the one-time approval granted by the union cabinet to discoms to borrow above the 25% revenue limit on working capital loans will increase the overall size of the scheme to over Rs 100,000 crore, as many states such as Tamil Nadu and Bihar would become eligible under the scheme,” the REC official mentioned.

Discoms of Tamil Nadu and Bihar had sought leisure of the working capital limits beneath the Ujwal Discom Assurance Yojna (UDAY) scheme, which restricted working capital to 25% of income within the earlier yr.

As per the most recent PFC report on the efficiency of state energy utilities for FY19, the mixture losses of all state energy utilities rose to Rs 52,838 crore in FY19. Karnataka, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Delhi, Haryana, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Assam, and Tripura had been the one worthwhile states in the course of the yr.

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