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Web Exclusive | October 2016

NTPC's Farakka plant gets green panel nod for coal supply

An Environment Ministry panel has given permission to state-run NTPC for transporting imported coal to its Farakka Thermal Power Plant in West Bengal via national waterways for another 6 months till January 2017. In July 2014, NTPC was given temporary permission to transport imported coal, up to 1.5 million tonnes per annum (MTPA), for one year. It was later extended for one more year till June 2016 with a condition that the company will submit a detailed study to the ministry. NTPC, however, sought further extension saying the study is underway and it would require another six months for its completion. The NTPC's proposal was discussed in the latest meeting of the Expert Appraisal Committee (EAC) of the Environment Ministry.

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