Centre approves Khurja Power Project in Uttar Pradesh

DN Correspondent

The proposed project is subjected to lessen electricity shortage being faced in northern India

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New Delhi: The Centre has approved the setting of 1,320 MW coal-based Khurja Thermal Power Project costing more than Rs 9747-crore in Bulandshahar, Uttar Pradesh.

The proposed project is subjected to lessen electricity shortage being faced in northern India.

The project is to be implemented by state-run THDC India Ltd along with the UP government.

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The proposal is for setting up two units of 660MW and the power generated from the project will be evacuated through 400KV transmission systems by Power Grid Corporation Limited.

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