New Delhi: State-run NTPC currently pronounced a Kahalgaon energy hire does not face any hazard of closure after 2017 in perspective of check in building a new firth for transfer rubbish charcoal slurry.
NTPC would have to build a new firth for transfer rubbish charcoal slurry since of intrusion on a land in a circuitously encampment where it has to come up.
“There are no threats as such. Media news per this matter is only an apprehension. Management is already supportive towards any such issues and creation all out efforts to say era during kahalgaon super thermal energy station, in Bihar,” NTPC Ltd pronounced in BSE filing today.
The association has filed a matter in response to a construction sought by a sell on a media report.
The association serve pronounced in a statement, “We have only reliable from a Kahalgaon hire and endorse that Kahalgaon has an commissioned ability of 4×210+3×500=2340 MW and all 7 units are on bar as of now and generating as per report perceived from customers.”
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Earlier, organisation ubiquitous manager of NTPC Kahalgaon, NN Mishra had told PTI, “If a new Ash Dyke Lagoon-3D does not come on time there is a risk of closure of a plant after 2017.”
Mishra had pronounced a due firth has to come during Majdaha village, about 2.5 km from a plant in Kahalgaon in Bhagalpur district, though due to intrusion on a land a work could not start.
He had serve pronounced a NTPC authorities have approached Bhagalpur district administration several times on a problem though so distant a emanate had not been resolved.