NTPC board okays discontinuation of Muzaffarpur Thermal Power Station

The power major on Thursday said its board has approved the proposal

The state government holds a 26.85 per cent stake in SJVN, which owns and operates 2 GW of hydro power projects

Press Trust of India New Delhi
State-run power major NTPC on Thursday said its board has approved a proposal to discontinue operation of Muzaffarpur Thermal Power Station (MTPS), Stage-I (2X110 MW) of Kanti Bijiee Utpadan Nigam Ltd (KBUNL) from September 8, 2021.
"..on expiry of validity of the PPA power purchase agreement) entered into with erstwhile BSEB, the Board of Directors has, in its meeting held on 30" December, 2021, accorded approval for discontinuance of operation of Muzaffarpur Thermal Power Station (MTPS), Stage-I (2X110 MW) of Kanti Bijiee Utpadan Nigam Ltd (KBUNL), a wholly owned Subsidiary of NTPC from 8 September, 2021," a BSE filing stated.

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First Published: Dec 30 2021 | 8:37 PM IST

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