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Haryana govt plans two power plants

Thursday, 05 Jun 2014
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The government of Haryana is planning to set up two power projects, one each in Faridabad and Yamuna Nagar districts.

While the power plant in Faridabad will be a gas-based power unit, the Yamuna Nagar project will be a coal-based power plant. 

Haryana Power Generation Corporation (HPGCL) has acquired 91 acre for setting up of the 2 x 750 MW gas-based plant in village Mothuka / Arwa in district Faridabad. The project is expected to be commissioned during the 13th five year plan, after allocation of the required quantity of gas.

The coal-based power plant in Yamuna Nagar will have 600 MW capacity and the state government has expedited the process to provide coal-linkage to the plant.

However, the Ministry of coal has allocated Kalyanpur-Badalpara coal block in Jharkhand, which will partially meet the fuel requirements of the project.

Moreover, the state government has also decided to phase out four units, each with 110 MW capacity, at Panipat, and set up a 660 MW supercritical technology unit at the project site, for which the facilities like land and water have been made available. The move comes as the units of the project are old and the power generated by these units costs about Rs 5.25 per unit, whereas cheaper electricity is available from other projects.

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