Wednesday, May 5, 2010

NTPC Barh project to start production in 2013

Regional Executive Director, Eastern Region-I of the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) Umesh Chandra Pani said the ongoing thermal power plants in Bihar (Kanti, Barh and Nabinagar) would start generating electricity in next couple of years. Pani was addressing a press conference in Patna on April 30, 2010.
He said the first phase of Barh project (1980 MW) was expected to commence production in 2013.
Photo: Aftab Alam Siddiqui

5 comments:

  1. it is a good but work is very slow.there are many offer of the villegers.but if central govt, offer the job because all villegers have left the land so make responsibilities of the central gov.and villager will get the job than very happy so i hope tthat like this offer provide all villagers

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  2. shashi bhushan sharmaAugust 23, 2011 at 8:29 PM

    it is good & u people very serious about.we are very happy for it.but u have to provide reserve quota for bihar people.

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  3. this project took a a large piece of fertile land on which farmers used to grow three crops in a year. farmers are provided low amount of price they protested but their voice were supressed throgh local goons and breaking their unity craftly by buying their leaders. all big ticket contracts are given to south indian contractors and they bring labour force from their respective state. locals are provided low grade employment. ntpc will provide only 15% of electricity produced to the bihar means 490 mw out of total 3300 mw. it is very unfair deal for bihar, if you see the pollutants generated from this plant with consumption of 1.5 crore ton coal per year.

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