Adani Power today claimed that its thermal unit at its 4,620 MW Mundra power plant has created a national record by running continuously for 600 days and generating 4,142.56 units of electricity.
A unit of NTPC‘s Vindhyachal power plant ran for 559 days previously, Adani Power said in a statement, citing industry data. At the time of going to press, the unit is still operational and continues to create a new generation record, it said.
A comprehensive operational excellence and maintenance programme was institutionalised at all the plants to improve availability and reliability of the units and it has resulted in the uninterrupted operation of unit 4 for 600 days, the company said.
“The continuous operations of the thermal unit without any interruption for such a long time is a huge feat considering the complexity of technology and scale of operations involved in it.
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