India will begin construction of an 800MW advanced ultra supercritical thermal power plant in 2019, which will run on an indigenous technology that is developed to reduce carbon emissions, said AK Bhaduri, director of Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam, on Friday.
Speaking on the sidelines of a press meet to announce the 5th International Congress of International Institute of Welding and 12th edition of Weld India 2017 exhibition to be held at Chennai Trade Centre from December 7 to 9, the senior scientist said the plant is expected to save 25% of coal reserve and cut down carbon by close to 15%, as it will function at a better efficiency compared to other plants in the country. Read More…
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