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Tata Powers’s JV MPL Commences Energy To Kerela On LTA Basis

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Tata Power, India’s largest integrated power company’s jointventure Maithon Power Limited (a Tata Power and DVC joint venture
Company) completed its tie-up of power through long term PPA with the commencement of power flow to Kerala State Electricity Board. In what has happened as a major turnaround across the country, Southern region which was poorly connected with the
NEW (Northern-Eastern-Western) grid has now enhanced its capacity with the commissioning of 765 KV and 400 KV lines.
This is considered as significant development for the 1,050MW Maithon Power Plant which could ultimately tie up the entire capacity of the station.
K Chandrashekhar, CEO & ED of MPL, said, “It’s a significant development in the interest of consumers of southern states of India in general, paving the way to wheel competitive power available from generating stations across India to leverage this newly commissioned corridor.”

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