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DPSC plans 570 MW coal based project

DPSC (a joint venture between SREI and India Power Corp) is planning to set up of 2×270 MW Coal Based Thermal Power Plant at Raibandh village in district Purulia, in West Bengal. Land requirement will be 351 Acres of which 155 acres have been acquired. Coal requirements will be 3.3 MTPA. Area requirement for ash/pond dyke is 70 Acres. Water requirement will be 20 MCM/Year.

Contact : DPSC Ltd, Centre for Excellence, Plot No -1,2 & 3,Block- EP, Sector V, Salt Lake City, Kolkata 700091

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BHEL has been awarded the contract for BTG package which is worth Rs. 32,000 million. The project is likely to go operational in June 2014

Jai Balaji Industries plans 1215 MW captive thermal project in Raghunathpur

Jai Balaji Industries Ltd is planning to set up a 1215 MW captive thermal power project in Raghunathpur in Puruliya district of West Bengal. The project involves setting up of 2 units of 400 MW and one unit of 415 MW. The project cost is estimated at Rs. 48,600 million. The project is likely to go operational in March 2012. The company will launch this project with the steel plant coming up at the same location. Land for the same has been acquired. Environmental Clearance is awaited and financial closure is also yet to be achieved

NTPC plans 1320 MW coal based project in Adra

NTPC is planning to set up a 1320 MW coal based thermal power project in Adra (Manpura) in Kashipur Taluk in Purulia district in West Bengal in joint venture with Indian Railways. In 2010, Indian Railways have invited RFP for identifying a partner to set up the project in the land available in Adra and has appointed Desein Pvt Ltd as consultant. Around 1062 acres is already available and another 150 acres of land is to be acquired.

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The project is under planning stage.

JSW Energy plans Salboni 1600 MW thermal plant

JSW Energy is planning to set up a 1600 MW thermal plant in Salboni in West Bengal. The project involves setting up of 2x800 MW is estimated to cost Rs.96800 million which includes Rs.2000 million for development of mines. The company has signed fuel supply agreement with West Bengal Mineral Development Corp Ltd and will receive coal from Ichapur mines. Financial closure for the project is expected in 2011.

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