Tata's 250 MW plant work begins at Trombay
Mumbai, Mar 20 (UNI) The work on a new 250 MW power coal-based thermal power plant being set up by Tata Power at Trombay began today with the ground-breaking ceremony by state Energy Minister Dilip Walse Patil.
To be completed in 28 months at an estimated cost of Rs 860 crore, the plant will help augment power supply to Mumbai, the company said.
It will use imported coal with very low sulphur and ash content to comply with strict environmental guidelines, the company added.
Describing it as a significant step in augmenting power supply to the city, company director Adi Engineer said '' We look forward to continued support of the Maharashtra government in facilitating this as also our further plans for power generation in the state.'' UNI SA ARB KP1836