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ACB India plans 30 MW power project in Chakabura

ACB is implementing a 30 MW blended coal based power project, as an extension of the existing 30 MW power project, in Chakabura, Chhattisgarh. The extension of the existing power project will be commissioned with one additional unit of 30 MW. Pursuant to the commissioning of this unit the aggregate designed capacity of this plant will be 60 MW. The proposed commissioning date of the new unit of 30 MW is September 2013.

The total land requirement for the Chakabura Power Project (Phase II) is approximately 15 acres, which have been acquired and the land is in the company possession. The primary fuel for the Project will be coal rejects blended with raw coal in the ratio of 78 parts of coal rejects to 22 parts of raw coal. Raw coal obtained through linkage will be blended with the coal rejects generated from their beneficiation plants in the area. The blended coal rejects will be used at the Project.

Allocation of water granted by the Water Resources Department, Government of Chhattisgarh, on January 16, 2008 for the Chakabura Power Project (Phase I)is expected to be sufficient to meet the water requirements for the Chakabura Power Project (Phase II).

ACB India plans 600 MW thermal plant in Raigarh

ACB is implementing a 2 x 300 MW coal-based thermal power plant at Nawapara Village in the Raigarh district, Chhattisgarh. The project is owned by TRN Energy Private Limited, a subsidiary of ACB (India) Limited. ACB holds 51% stake in TRN Energy.

The total land requirement for project is approximately 548 acres out of which about 160 acres land is acquired which is adequate for the main island of the project. Coal and Water linkage has been obtained.

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The proposed commissioning date of the first unit is September 2013 and the second unit is December 2013. The company has place orders for equipment with BGR Energy Systems Ltd, where the contract is worth of Rs.16980 million.

ACB India to set up phase II 50 MW Ratija project

ACB India is developing one more 1 x 50 MW blended coal fired power project in the Korba district, Chhattisgarh, under the second phase of the Ratija Power Project through Spectrum Coal and Power Limited which is wholly owned subsidiary of ACB (India) Limited.

The project site is located adjacent to the existing coal beneficiation operations of the company in the Ratija village. The total land requirement for the Ratija Power Project (Phases I and II) is approximately 169 acres. The primary fuel for the Project will be coal rejects blended with raw coal in the ratio of 78 parts of coal rejects to 22 parts of raw coal. Raw coal obtained through linkage will be blended with the coal rejects generated from their beneficiation plants in the area. The blended coal rejects will be used at the project. Secondary fuel in the form of light diesel oil will be required to start up the coal fired boilers, which we intend to source

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The Ratija Power Project (Phase II) is planned to be commissioned by December 2013.

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