Coal India´s (CIL) recently decided to reduce the effective price of higher-grade coal, while increasing the price of the lower grades to boost the offtake of higher grades, while making more money by selling the lower grades at higher prices. The higher G1-G5 grade coal that has gross calorific value (GCV) of 5,800-7000 kilo calorie per kg is dug out of underground mines in which the company has invested heavily over the years. However, power-plant boilers are not equipped to take such high GCV coal.
Contact: Coal India.
Tel: 011-2201 8457.
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