Hari Hareshwar Power Company

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{{#badges: CoalSwarm|Navbar-Indiacoal}}Hari Hareshwar Power Company is a joint venture between the Malaysian Genting Bhd group and the Mumbai-based Etsinta Energy. The company is proposing to build the 1,600 megawatt coal-fired Hari Hareshwar power station (Vesavi and Bankot) at the villages of Vesavi and Bankot in Maharashtra state, India. The company, which has proposed the power station be based on imported coal, if facing opposition from local villagers.[1]

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  1. Rahul Wadke, "Yet another Maharashtra power plant faces villagers' ire", The Hindu, October 31, 2011.

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