The state is all set to sell 60MW to Bangladesh soon, power minister Manik Dey said on Saturday.
The Tripura State Electricity Corporation Ltd has been selling 100MW power to the neighbouring country since last year, Dey said. This was from the power generated at OTPC’s Palatana plant in Udaipur. Based on demand from Bangladesh, 60MW more power will be sent to Bangladesh from Neepco’s Manarchak power plant in Sepahijala district once it starts commercial generation.
Although the Manarchak plant has been producing 75MW power for the past few months after ONGC started supplying gas to Neepco, formal inauguration of the power project is yet to be decided on. ONGC has not assured steady supply of gas for the project. Read More…
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