Power ministry earmarks 81 thermal units to move coal to renewable by 2026

The list includes generation units of state-owned NTPC, and privately owned units of Tata Power, Adani Power, CESC, Hindustan Power

Today, solar and wind together contribute 25 per cent of India’s total power capacity and 8 per cent of the electricity produced

Last month, the power ministry had notified a scheme for flexibility in power generation through bundling thermal and hydro with solar and wind power

New Delhi
In a bid to meet the ambitious 500 Gw renewable energy target and tackle the annual issue of coal demand supply mismatch, the union ministry of power has identified 81

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Govt aims to cut power output from at least 81 coal-fired plants over 4 yrs

First Published: May 30 2022 | 8:05 PM IST

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