State-owned coal miner NLC India Ltd. has announced in a regulatory filing that it has commissioned a 100 MW solar PV power plant in the state of Tamil Nadu. The commercial operation of the solar park
NLC India Limited has told the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) that the date of commercial operation of its 1,000 MW (2 x 500 MW) lignite-based thermal power project at Neyveli is being pushed to the financial year 2019-20
NLC India Monday said it has commissioned the entire 500 MW solar power projects in Tamil Nadu. “The balance 200 MW of solar PV power projects, out of 500 MW solar PV power projects which was under implementation in the state of Tamil Nadu
Indonesian coal miner Adaro, Adani Power and state-run NLC India are among a dozen companies that have expressed interest in buying IL&FS Tamil Nadu Power and related assets of the debt-laden IL&FS group, two people familiar with the matter said.
NHPC and Neyveli Lignite Corporation (NLC) have signed a power trading agreement to trade surplus power. A company statement said, “As per the Memorandum of Understanding, NHPC will offer surplus power available with the northern and north-eastern region to NLC India Ltd,
The Centre has offered a viability gap support of ₹70 lakh per MegaWatt (MW) for solar projects that will be built using domestically sourced cells and modules. This support will be implemented through the Central Public Sector Undertaking (CPSU) Scheme Phase-ll.
State-owned NLC India Ltd on Saturday said it has signed an agreement with Tamil Nadu to set up mines and power projects in the state.The company already operates four lignite mines of capacity 30.6 million tonne per annum (
State-owned NLC India Sunday said it has achieved a critical milestone towards commissioning of 1,000 MW Neyveli New Thermal Power Project (NNTPP) by successfully conducting the boiler light-up test for the first unit with secondary fuel.
Public sector NLC India Ltd Saturday said a 100-MW unit of its Thermal Power Station-I in Tamil Nadu has been retired as part of its planned phase-out process. The station’s generating capacity stands reduced to 500 MW, NLC India Ltd said in a BSE filing.
NLC is likely to take over two thermal units with a total capacity of 1200MW belonging to the Centre-managed IL&FS Tamil Nadu Power Company Limited situated in Cuddalore district. The bail-out comes in the wake of IL&FS facing a financial crisis.