Ø Tamil Nadu’s per capita consumption has increased from 780 units in 2003-04 to 1000 units in 2007-08.
Ø Power generation capacity has grown manifold from 9319 MW in 2003-04 to 10,214 MW as on 28.02.09.
Ø Number of sub-stations has increased from 1044 in 2004 to 1235 as on 31.12.08.
Ø Distribution Transformers have increased from 154321 in 2004 to 1,85,154 as on 31.12.08.
Ø Length of LT lines from 13,055 km in 2004 to 5.2 lakh km as on 31.12.08
Ø Number of Agricultural Pump sets from 1702541 in 2004 to 18,67,766 as on 31.12.08.
Ø All the villages are electrified fully.
Ø During the 10th five year plan, about 383.8 MW of generation was augmented to the grid with an investment of Rs. 761.85 Crores. With a view to improve Transmission lines and Distribution network, 243 substations, 3416 CktKms of EHT lines, 15172 kms of HT lines, 66470 kms of LT lines, 36755 Distribution Transformers and 26.67 lakh service connections were achieved during the 10th plan period at an expenditure of Rs.4636.91 crores. Under Rural Electrification, 166613 pumpsets, 109274 huts and 81817 street lights were energized at an expenditure of Rs. 639.14 crore. Out of the total 10th plan outlay of Rs.8000 crore allotted to Power Development during the 10-th plan period, an expenditure of Rs.7405.75 crore has been incurred.