After a month, the TSPL unit has been restored, however four of the 15 units are still offline.

Talwandi Sabo Power Limited's third unit began trading again on Saturday . Unit No.

Patiala, India: After almost a month, the third unit of Talwandi Sabo Power Limited (TSPL) began trading again on Saturday.The unit No.2 of TSPL was discontinued on April 15 due to annual maintenance, and was supposed to return to service again on May 13, but it was only released on Saturday evening.Four out of the total 15 thermal units in Punjab are still operating, including one in the Ropar power plant and the GVK private plant, as well as two at the government-run GHTP Lehra Mohabbat.

A BHEL team also landed on the spot to assess the situation, but senior officials said it could take over a month to resurrect the unit, although they declined to confirm it.According to reports, the second unit that was shut down as a precautionary measure could be restored by Sunday.PSPCL has a 1760 MW thermal generation capacity, which includes the GHTP Lehra Mohabbat plant at 920 MW (2 units at 210 MW each and 2 units at 250 MW each), as well as the GGSSTP Ropar power plant at 840 MW (210 MW in 4 units).In addition, three IPPs in Punjab produce around 3920 MW capacity.

Similarly, the three IPPs, including TSPL, NPL Rajpura, and GVK Power plants, have sufficient stocks for 7 days, 21.1 days, and