In a recent decision, the Union Coal Ministry has awarded Bihar with a captive asset, 'Deocha Panchami', in the Birbhum district of West Bengal. This is the second coal block awarded to Bihar since 2006. The State will get nearly a quarter of the 2,100 mt recoverable reserve from the Birbhum asset, to be shared with West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir and Tamil Nadu. Bihar's share is linked to three proposed super-critical power stations of 2x660 MW each at Chausa, Kajra and Pirpainti. Bihar has already entered into a preliminary pact with SJVN Ltd in October for setting up the 1,320 MW Chausa thermal power station on build-own-operate basis. Bihar's previous attempts to attract investment in Kajra and Pirpainti were unsuccessful, and is now expected to invite bids for both the projects.
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