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NTPC to reduce cost of coal at Kudgi with new bridge

Thursday, 20 Aug 2020
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NTPC, a central PSU under the Ministry of Power and power generation company, will be able to bring down transportation cost of coal to fuel its Kudgi super thermal power station in Karnataka to around Rs 200-500 per tonne thereby bringing down the cost of electricity generation. The transit time will also be reduced by eight to 15 hours. 
 
The newly-constructed 670 mtr longest bridge in the South Western Railway is beneficial to NTPC Kudgi as it helps in reducing the cost of generation of electricity. It also helps the railways by handling more material with the available infrastructure.  
 
Besides, with the availability of double lines, travel time from Solapur in Maharashtra to Gadag in Karnataka will be reduced, saving time for passengers. 
 
NTPC has provided assistance on doubling of the lines on the existing tracks from Hotgi, Maharashtra to Kudgi, Karnataka (length - 134 km) and provided support in the construction of two bridges on the river Bhima. 
 
At present, a bridge of more than 50 years old restricts haulage of heavy loaded goods, whereby most of the traffic is being diverted through the Guntakal to Bellary-Gadag route. 
 
The company is awaiting final approval from the South Western Railway and will start the operations as soon as it gets clearance.
 
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