Country’s power demand fell by 32000 MW during ‘9 baje 9 minute’

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Country’s power demand fell by 32000 MW during ‘9 baje 9 minute’

According to Shri R.K. Singh-Union Power Minister, there was a huge response to Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s call to switch off lights and light a lamp (‘9 baje 9 minute’) as a show of national solidarity in the fight against COVID-19, on April 5, 2020. #coronavirus2019

The Minister in his tweets  said that demand went down from 117300 megawatts at 2049 hrs (8.49 PM) to 85300 megawatts till 2109 hrs (9.09 PM); that is a reduction of 32000 Megawatts in a few minutes. The demand then it started increasing. #coronavirusinindia

Frequency and voltage was maintained within a normal band of 49.7 to 50. 26 Hz, which means the voltage was kept stable.

The Union Minister said that the drop in national demand by 32000 megawatts shows a huge response of the nation to the call of the Prime Minister.

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