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NTPC to set up 4 x 660 MW Nabinagar Super Thermal Power Plant at Aurangabad

NTPC to set up 4 x 660 MW Nabinagar Super Thermal Power Plant at Aurangabad in Bihar. The project is to be implemented in two phases of 1320 MW each. Super critical technology will be adopted. Coal requirement is estimated as 15 million TPA, which will be obtained from North Karanpura Coalfields. Water requirement is estimated as 125 cusecs, which will be met from Inderpuri Barrage on Sone river.

RPL Urja to set up 10 MW cogeneration plant at Kalmana

RPL Urja to set up 10 MW cogeneration plant at Kalmana in Yavatamal district in Maharashtra. The land requirement for the project is 5.35 ha. Washery rejects, Dolochar-a waste from sponge iron plant and rice husk will be used as fuel. AFBC boiler will be installed. Waster requirement is estimated as 1060 m3/day which will be obtained from ground water. Necessary permission from State Ground Water Board has been obtained for the same. A stack of height 65 m will be provided. No ash pond will be created as part of this project.

JSW Energy (Ratnagiri) to set up 4x300 MW Thermal Power Plant at Jaigad

JSW Energy (Ratnagiri) to set up 4x300 MW Thermal Power Plant at Jaigad
Project Location : Jaigad, Ratnagiri district, Maharashtra
Project Capacity : 1200

JSW Energy (Ratnagiri) to set up 4x300 MW Thermal Power Plant at Jaigad in Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra. The land requirement for the project is 350 ha 11000 TPD of imported coal with sulphur content of 0.6% and ash content of upto 12% will be used. Sea water will be used for cooling system. Water will be drawn by pipeline. The total project cost is estimated at Rs. 45000 million. Company is planning to expand the Ratnagiri Project with a 4 X 800 MW power plant. The added capacity will be using the super critical technology by which it will achieve lower operating costs due to better efficiencies and lower carbon emissions compared to sub-critical technology. The estimated project cost is Rs. 150,006.80 million and company is planning to finance the project with a debt equity ratio of approximately 75:25.

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The company had commissioned its first unit of 300 MW in September 2010 and received a plant load factor of 100% and it plans to make the other 3 units operational by end of this fiscal 2010-11

Contact Address :
JSW Energy Ltd Corp Office: 5A, Dr. G Deshmukh Marg
Mumbai- 400026 23513000 / 43437199 23526400

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