While the Government declares more thermal power plants in and outside of Odisha, it has miserably failed to feed the nation’s most prestigious and reliable 3,000-MW NTPC-Kaniha thermal power plant, resulting in zero coal stock and subsequent reduction of 500-MW power production.
This has severely affected power supply to Odisha besides 17 southern, eastern and north-eastern States at this peak hour.
The plant, which has been established near the MCL coalmines, reached the “Super Critical Condition” due to the acute shortage of coal. The NTPC-Kaniha, the second-largest power plant in India, is continuing to be hit by short supply of coal. Read More
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