Adani Power said it will set up a new 1,600 MW coal power plant at Godda Jharkhand to supply power to Bangladesh for a period of 25 years.
It said the company has signed a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with the Bangladesh Power Development Board for the same. The plant will be of the ‘ultra-supercritical’ class.
This is one of the few and rare cases of new coal-based power plants being flagged off in India in recent years.
The country already has a large number of coal-based power plants, some of whose viability has come under question due to both commercial as well as environmental concerns. Read More…
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