The projects which were erected at Thoppalaakkarai, Sethupuram in Virudhunagar district and Sellaiya Sezhiyanallur in Tirunelveli district, with an installed capacity of 100 MW each, were dedicated to the nation by Goyal.
These projects were erected at a cost of Rs.1302 crores, which includes operation and maintenance cost for at least 15 years.
Goyal in his inaugural address lauded NLCIL management, its employees and trade unions for their unstinting efforts for the growth of organisation with a new vision.
He appealed all employees to keep more strength and strive for the growth of the company with new vision to realize the New India, which empowers the people of the nation to take care the future generations.
The Union Minister while lauding the CSR initiatives of the organization appealed management to come up with new innovative initiatives like providing Free wi-fi to the rural masses, low cost sanitary napkins for women and emotionally empowering deprived senior citizens to ensure technologically, hygienically and culturally motivated society.
The signing of MoU was made to erect a pilot project on solar drying of lignite, in order to increase its Caloric Value from 2700 Kcal to 4350 Kcal. The cost of the pilot project is Rs.2 Crore 69 Lakhs.
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