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NTPC to synchronise 800 Mw unit of Darlipalli thermal power plant by March

Odisha will get 50 per cent power from this NTPC project. The Maharatna producer has already inked power purchase agreements (PPA) with states for the Darlipalli plant.

NTPC to synchronise 800 Mw unit of Darlipalli thermal power plant by March
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NTPC Ltd, the country's largest power generating utility plans to synchronise the 800 Mw unit of its 1600 Mw super thermal power station at Darlipalli, near Sundargarh, by March 2019.

“The turbine of the Darlipalli plant is ready. The boiler is expected to be completely fit for operations by February 10. We have already invested Rs 8,500 crore on the project whose total cost is pegged at around Rs 12,000 crore”, M P Sinha, regional executive director (East-II) said at a press conference here.

Odisha will get 50 per cent power from this NTPC project. The Maharatna producer has already

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First Published: Jan 29 2019 | 5:27 PM IST

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