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Raymond plans 7.2 MW gas project in Khadki

The company is planning to take up setting up of 1×7.2 MW Gas Based Captive Power Plant at village Khadki, in Pardi Taluk, in Valsad District , in Gujarat. The project is located at a distance of 5.0 Km from Daman. Land requirement will be 0.2718 acres, which is within the textile unit. Fuel requirement would be 60,000 SM3/day natural gas. Water requirement would be 5KL/day and sourced from the Kotak Creek at a distance of 1.0 km North from project site. Existing water allocation will suffice the water requirement for the proposed captive power plant. This Creek has no tidal impact and is much more of a fresh water body. Natural gas will be obtained from existing Gujarat State Petroleum Corpn. Ltd. (GSPC) Gas Station.

Contact : Raymond Ltd. N.H. No.8, Khadki, UdwadaTaluk Pardi,Valsad 396185 Gujarat

Gujarat Gokul Power Ltd plans 80 MW Tadkeshwar thermal project

Gujarat Gokul Power Ltd, a Gokul group company is planning to set up 80 MW lignite based thermal plant in Tadkeshwar in Surat district of Gujarat. The total project cost is estimated at Rs. 4600 million. GMDC and Gokul Refoils and Solvents Ltd has 26:74 equity in the project. Land required of 61 hectares had already been acquired. Since GMDC is involved in the project, it will get assured lignite supply and will also receive 20 MW power, while 35 MW will go to Gokul group and the rest 25 MW will be sold to Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd.

GIPCL plans second phase 600 MW Surat Lignite plant

Gujarat Industries Power Corporation Ltd (GIPCL) is planning to set up a 600 MW lignite based thermal unit as phase II expansion of Surat Lignite plant. It will deploy eco-friendly circulating fluidised bed combustion (CFBC) technology. The project cost is estimated at Rs.30,000 million and another Rs.2450 million to expand its mining operations. It will sell the power to Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd (GUVNL), the State's transmission and distribution company, through a power purchase agreement (PPA). The required coal for the project will be received from Mangrol which has mineable reserves of 211.14 million tonnes of lignite coal.

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