Lucknow: To increase power production in Uttar Pradesh, Yogi government will build a new 1600 MW production unit ‘Anapara-E’.
Uttar Pradesh State Production Corporation has approved this proposal in the board meeting of the corporation on Monday. The proposal will soon be sent to the government for its approval.
Dr. Ashish Goyal, Chairman of Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation and State Electricity Generation Corporation, said that the expenditure on the construction of these units is estimated to be around Rs 18 thousand 624 crore. It is made by NTPC and Production Corporation Ltd. Joint venture of Meja Utpadan Nigam Ltd. Will be established under. Till now, Anpara-A, Anpara-B, Anpara-D units of total 2630 MW are owned by the production corporation in Anpara, while Anpara-C is a 1200 MW project.
Dr. Goyal Production Corporation Ltd. While completing the ongoing coal firing trials in the first units of the new thermal projects Obra ‘C’ (2×660 MW) and Jawaharpur (2×660 MW), instructions were given to start regular power generation from these units soon.
After the boiler lightup of the 660 MW unit of Panki Thermal Power Station completed on November 18, he gave instructions to start power generation from the unit by the coming summer. He said that by summer, overhauling of units at Anpara, Parichha and Obra thermal projects should be completed as per the schedule by January, while the problem of LP turbine of 500 MW unit number four of Anpara should be resolved and it should be put on load.
The Chairman said that Production Corporation Ltd. Necessary action should be taken to utilize the ash emitted by thermal power plants in accordance with the rules of the Union Environment Ministry.
He said that under the new recruitments in the corporation, the necessary action should be completed soon to get them joining the corporation in relation to the appointment letters issued to 43 new accounts clerks, four chief chemists, four additional private secretaries, eight assistant review officers and 30 computer assistants. yes.
Instructions were given to issue appointment letters to the new 123 assistant engineers in the corporation soon. Other new recruitments going on in the corporation should be completed on time and the appointment process should be completed as soon as possible.
Along with this, Dr. Goyal has given a strict warning to the executive engineers who are not giving better results in lump sum settlement scheme and revenue collection. He has said that improvement should be seen in OTS and electricity related works by December otherwise action will be taken.