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UP govt to invest Rs 18K cr for coal-fired power plant in Sonbhadra

Monday, 27 Nov 2023
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Uttar Pradesh government will invest over Rs 18,000 crore in a coal-fired thermal power plant in Sonbhadra district to boost the electricity production in the state. The proposed thermal power unit ‘Anpara E’ will be set up by Meja Utpadan Nigam (MUNPL), a joint venture of NTPC and UP Rajya Vidyut Ut­p­adan Nigam (UPRVUNL).

The 1,600 MW project is estimated cost of Rs 18,624 crore. The Nigam Board has approved the proposal for the Anpara E unit, and now the proposal will be submitted to the state government. With this, the Government of India is looking at facilitating easier funding for new coal-fired thermal power plants due to the increasing electricity demand.

The Nigam is working on commissioning the first phase of two under-construction thermal power plants viz.. Obra C (2x660 MW) and Jawaharpur (2x660 MW) in Sonbhadra and Etah districts, respectively.

Moreover, the UP power utility is ensuring the various thermal power projects in the pipeline or undergoing overhaul are ready by January next year as the energy demand peaks during the summer months.

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