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Bhilai Thermal Power Project
Thermal power plant helps reduce power deficit in northern India
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The Bhilai Thermal Power Plant is a 2x250 megawatt coal-fired plant that uses local coal sponsored by NSPCL, a joint venture between SAIL and NTPC. It is located on the Bhilai Steel Plant site and supplies power for the expansion of the steel plant, with excess power sold to the local grid through NTPC.
New 3,960 MW Project Will Help Meet Energy Demand in India
New 3,960 MW Project Will Help Meet Energy Demand in India
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Sasan Ultra Mega Power Project (UMPP) is a 3,960 megawatt pit-head, coal-based power plant in Madhya Pradesh. The project is the first domestic coal-based UMPP awarded by the government of India. The project is also one of nine UMPPs proposed to bring 100 gigawatts of new power generation on line to meet demand in India.
Largest Coal-Fired Power Plant in Central India Helps Meet Growing Electricity Needs
Largest Coal-Fired Power Plant in Central India Helps Meet Growing Electricity Needs
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The Adani Group has been the largest contributor of power generation in India’s private sector since the beginning of the country’s Eleventh Five-Year Plan. The company’s 5x660 megawatt coal-fired power plant in Tiroda is the first supercritical technology-based facility in Maharashtra, which will help meet India’s electricity demand.
Black & Veatch Applies Value Engineering to Design Elements of Wind Farm
Applying Value Engineering for Colorado Wind Farm Project
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Black & Veatch served as owner’s engineer to help develop a 29 megawatt wind energy facility near Walsenburg, Colorado, owned by Black Hills Colorado Electric. The project scope included creating a detailed design based on 16 Vestas V100 1.8 MW turbines.

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