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Tenders are invited for Service Maintenance Contract For Otis Lift In Cpp (Mc 4182 At Captive Power Plant, National Aluminium Company Limited, Angul, Odisha
It has also been decided to increase the gas price for industrial consumers by 53pc, commercial category of gas consumers by 18pc, fertiliser plants by 64pc and for captive power plants by 30pc, they added.
Sesa Sterlite Captive Power Plant, Jharsuguda, Odisha, India This captive power plant, which serves the grid and an adjacent power-hungry aluminum smelter, has some of the most advanced environmental controls in India and is the first coal-fired unit in the country to employ high-concentration slurry disposal of dry and bottom ash.
However, the Company resorted to excess mining of coal from 2007-08 and used it for the Captive Power Plant (CPP) in violation of the lease agreement.
It is pertinent to mention the Punjab government was encouraging the investment in coal fired Power Projects and the Sitara Group is already in Energy Sector, having 80 MW Captive Power Plant (Sitara Energy Ltd) and 30 MW (Natural gas fired) Power Plant, installed at Sitara Chemicals, he added.
The company has established captive power plants at each factory from the off-gas or waste product from the carbon black manufacturing process.
Current satisfaction levels of companies using engine based captive power plant and typical problems faced
A Captive power plant with a capacity of 43 MW is also set up at the company's cement manufacturing facility at Sitapuram.