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Environmental and Social Policy and Procedures : Volume 1. Department of Power, Nagaland

FLOODING NO MIGRATORY BIRDS CFCS BIRDS FOSSIL FUELS ADVERSE IMPACTS TOPOGRAPHY PARKS AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION EXPECTATIONS SUSPENDED SOLIDS DISCHARGE PRODUCERS TIMBER HABITATS EMISSIONS MONITORING HOUSING ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES INCENTIVES ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES WILDLIFE HABITATS ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW BIOSPHERE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT RESIDENTIAL HOUSING QUALITY AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY PH PUBLIC HEALTH BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY ECONOMIC ACTIVITY PRESENT VALUE BARREN LAND SEDIMENT PLANTS WILDLIFE OIL GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS RESERVOIR MOUNTAINS ECONOMIC BENEFITS CULTIVABLE LAND INVASIVE SPECIES REPLACEMENT COSTS CONSTRUCTION OPTIONS BIODIVERSITY SPECIES DRAINAGE POLLUTION FORESTRY INDICATORS BENEFIT ANALYSIS COD NATURAL RESOURCES SITE CLEARING RUNOFF CLASSIFICATION DEVELOPMENT WORKS CROPS EFFICIENCY FISHING ACCESS TO INFORMATION CANCER LAND USE ENTITLEMENTS RESOURCES BOD ENERGY CONSUMPTION CONSUMPTION RANGES NATIONAL PARKS VEGETATION STUDIES CONTINUOUS MONITORING PLANTATION CLIMATE CHANGE PLANTATIONS ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT VALUES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS DEFORESTATION CLIMATE DEMAND FORESTS SUSTAINABLE USE FRUIT SUSTAINABLE GROWTH DRAINAGE AREA LAND AREA POLLUTANTS AGRICULTURE COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS PROPERTY AGRICULTURAL LAND FOREST DECISION MAKING PONDS ENVIRONMENT FOOD AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES AESTHETICS IMAGES WASTE DISPOSAL RECEIVING WATERS COMMON PROPERTY BIOLOGICAL RESOURCES ADMINISTRATION PARTICLES FOREST LAND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMON PROPERTY RESOURCES EROSION LAKES LAND ANALYSIS CHLOROFLUOROCARBONS MITIGATION CONSERVATION WETLAND INDIGENOUS PEOPLES REVENUE POLLUTION CONTROL SOILS RESTORATION RISK MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL WETLANDS ADVERSE EFFECTS FOREST CANOPY IMPLEMENTATION LAND MANAGEMENT HAZARDOUS WASTES SATELLITE IMAGES PRICES ECONOMIES RIVER
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa
2015-05-18T18:56:15Z | 2015-05-18T18:56:15Z | 2015-04

The North Eastern Region (NER) in India is endowed with rich energy resources but faces significant bottlenecks in electricity access and availability levels. The per capita power consumption in NER is one-third of the national average. The region has a shortfall of about 500MW installed capacity against peak demand of about 1950 MW. No significant generation capacity has been added in the recent past. Therefore, inadequate power supply continues a critical constraint to sustainable growth and economic development in the NER. Some states are generally not able to draw even their allocated share of power from the Central Generating Stations (CGS) through the grid due to poor/inadequate intra/interstate transmission and distribution network and no capacity addition towards transmission/distribution power system not done due to fund constraints. The transmission and distribution (T&D) losses are also quite high (up to 50%) across most of the States as a large number of remote hilly areas are connected through long low tension lines, resulting in low voltages and poor quality of power at consumer end. While generation capacity addition of about 4000 MW program over present installed capacity is already underway, adequate transmission and distribution infrastructure to transmit and distribute this power to consumers within the North-Eastern States is the need of the day.

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