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3 Power plants would get operational for board examinees’ gearing up

Date : February

Posted By : Vineeta

Potential of U.P Government is increasing towards board examinees’ by proving them a good facility of power plants in lucknow. Now students can study without any interruption in studies The council is supplying 11 hours of power to rural areas and 23 hours to urban areas.
These plants, with total capacity of 1,000 MW, will generate at least 600 MW power.
The biggest unit to re-start is 600 MW Anpara C. Owned by Hyderabad-based Lanco Kondapalli, it was shut for annual maintenance last month. Similarly, two Obra units, each of 200 MW installed capacity, will also re-start power generation. The two units had developed a snag after a boiler tube leakage in November last year, after which they were shut for maintenance.
Northern Region Load Dispatch Centre said the three units would get operational any time on Friday.
As per UP Power Corporation Limited, power demand has already touched 10,000 MW in the state. The demand is expected to rise further with the rise in temperatures. On Thursday, the demand stood at 10,800 MW, even though UPPCL claimed of making for it through various sources, including overdrawal of around 250 MW from the central pool.
The state-owned power plants, sources in UP Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Limited said, are generating enough power to meet the current demand. The total output from these plants is around 2,900 MW. 


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