Reliance Power synchronised second unit of Butibori thermal power plant

Reliance Power synchronised second unit of Butibori thermal power plant
Reliance Power has synchronised the second of the two 300MW units of its Butibori Thermal Power Project near Nagpur in Maharashtra. Power generated from the plant will be distributed to industrial and distribution utilities and will help reduce the demand-supply gap in Maharashtra.
The plant is among the most compact sized thermal plants in the country with its 600 MW capacity requiring not more than 275 acres of plant land, a company statement said.
J P Chalasani, the Chief Executive Officer of Reliance Power said, “With this our operating capacity goes up to 1,840 MW. We are continuing to create benchmarks in building and operating large-scale power projects. Reliance Power’s flagship project in Sasan is also progressing at a rapid pace and we expect to commission the first 660 MW unit of the Ultra Mega Power Project in the near future. We are well on track to emerge as the largest integrated private sector power and resource company.”

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Reliance Power synchronised second unit of Butibori thermal power plant

Reliance Power synchronised second unit of Butibori thermal power plant
Reliance Power has synchronised the second of the two 300MW units of its Butibori Thermal Power Project near Nagpur in Maharashtra. Power generated from the plant will be distributed to industrial and distribution utilities and will help reduce the demand-supply gap in Maharashtra.
The plant is among the most compact sized thermal plants in the country with its 600 MW capacity requiring not more than 275 acres of plant land, a company statement said.
J P Chalasani, the Chief Executive Officer of Reliance Power said, “With this our operating capacity goes up to 1,840 MW. We are continuing to create benchmarks in building and operating large-scale power projects. Reliance Power’s flagship project in Sasan is also progressing at a rapid pace and we expect to commission the first 660 MW unit of the Ultra Mega Power Project in the near future. We are well on track to emerge as the largest integrated private sector power and resource company.”

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