Tamil Nadu's 40,000 crore plan to replace thermal units
Tangedco is set to replace all old thermal units in the state with new super critical units at an estimated 40,000 crore. The new thermal units, which will have a combined capacity of 5,700MW, will come up in the next five years. Several state-owned thermal units are working beyond their prescribed life of 25 years.
Tamil Nadu to stop imported coal, save Rs.400 crore
Tangedco is set to stop importing coal for all thermal units in the state. With the stoppage of import, the discom will save at least Rs.400 crore per annum. This follows after the Centre agreed to increase the coal allocated to Tangedco thermal units.
We have an order book of around Rs.3,500 cr
In India, as far as power sector is concerned, what can be a bigger opportunity than the envisaged 30,000 MW of capacity addition with 40 Super Critical thermal units in the pipeline.
Panel submits report on gas price
A senior official-level panel looking into new pricing for domestically-produced gas has submitted its report to the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas. Though there was no official communication on the proposals made by the panel, indications are that new price is likely to hover around $6/unit (gas is measured in million British thermal units).
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