NLC India’s (formerly Neyveli Lignite Ltd) 3,200 Mw thermal power project proposed in Odisha has run into the rough water due to differences with the state government over power allocation.
Union minister Piyush Goyal today said state-owned NLC India plans to aggressively bid for Indian railways’ solar projects.
The tripartite Committee meeting, pertaining to the implementation of the minimum wages announced by the central government to contract workers of the Neyveli Lignite Corporation(NLC), held here on Tuesday has failed.
State-owned Neyveli Lignite Corporation has invited global and domestic firms to develop and operate its two coalmines with a production capacity of 20 MTPA in Odisha.
As per DFS data, the total advances towards electricity generation sector reported by Scheduled Commercial Banks (SCBs) is about Rs. 4.71 lakh crore and most of them are standard assets.
Union Minister of State (IC) for Power, Coal, New & Renewable Energy and Mines, Mr Piyush Goyal informed the Upper House of the Parliament (Rajya Sabha) that Government has reviewed the status of 34 stressed Thermal Power Projects, as per the list provided by Department of Financial Services (DFS), with an estimated debt of about
Rs. 1.77 lakh crore.
State-owned power producer NLC India is investing heavily in renewable energy as producing only lignite and generating power from it may not be sustainable for long, chairman and managing director S K Acharya told ET.
India’s latest solar auction, one of the biggest in the country, drew a surprisingly enthusiastic response with a big chunk of the 1,500 MW of projects on offer won by a state-owned mining company.
The shortlisted projects are GMR Group’s 1,370MW coal power project in Chhattisgarh and Hyderabad-based Ind-Barath Power’s 700MW plant in Odisha
Chennai-based navratna PSU company, NLC India Ltd (formerly Neyveli Lignite Corporation), has firmed up plans to set up a pithead coal-based power project in Odisha with a capacity of 3,200 Mw.
NLC India Limited has proposed to set up solar power plants at the cost of 2,170 crore with a total capacity of 500 Megawatt in various parts of Tamil Nadu