Based on a regulatory submitting, the corporate’s board of administrators has accredited the funding proposal for establishing Mine III (peak Capability-11.50 MTPA & Normative capacity- 8.71 MTPA) at Neyveli, Tamil Nadu at an estimated value of Rs 3,755.71 crore.
The board has additionally given its go-ahead to the funding proposal to arrange “TPS II 2nd Enlargement Thermal Energy Station (2 X 660 MW) at Neyveli, Tamil Nadu at an estimated value of Rs 11,189.20 crore”.
NLC India has presence in TamilNadu, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Odisha, Jharkhand and Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
The corporate operates three opencast lignite mines of whole put in capability 28.50 Million Tonnes Per Annum (MTPA) at Neyveli, one opencast lignite mine at Barsingsar in Rajasthan with an put in capability of two.10 MTPA and an open forged coal mine at Talabira in Odisha with an put in capability of 20 MTPA.
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It additionally operates 4 lignite based mostly pit-head thermal energy stations with an combination capability of three,390 MW at Neyveli and one 250 MW lignite based mostly thermal energy station at Barsingsar, Rajasthan.
A 1,000 MW coal-based thermal energy station can also be in operation at Thoothukudi, Tamil Nadu by way of its subsidiary firm, NLC Tamilnadu
(NTPL), a three way partnership between NLCIL and TANGEDCO.