Chichro Patsimal power station
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The Chichro Patsimal power station was a proposed 2000 megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station in Jharkhand, India.
The projects will be located at the Brahmini and Chichro Patsimal coal mines. The map below shows the location of Jharkhand, India but not the exact location of the project.
Coal allocation cancelled
On November 24, 2010, the Ministry of Coal informed NTPC that the allocation of the Bhahmini and Chichro Patsimal coal blocks to the 50:50 joint venture between NTPC and Coal India had been cancelled due to failure to develop the block. The letter noted that the joint venture had not been finalized even though the targeted date of coal production from the block had already passed.
In January 2012 the India Coal Ministry re-allocated the Chichro Patsimal coal block to Coal India.
Sponsor: NTPC and Coal India
Location: Jharkhand State
Coordinates: 23.691349, 85.272247 (approximate)
Nameplate capacity: 2000 MW
Projected in service:
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Related SourceWatch articles
- "NTPC, CIL may set up 2 power plants in J'khand", The Economic Times, April 14, 2010.
- Letter from Ministry of Coal to Coal India and NTPC, November 24, 2010
- "Coal India Ltd gets NTPC's de-allocated coal mines," The Economic Times, June 28, 2012.