In the present work water quality indices of Mandakini river, Chitrakoot have been determined on the basis of various water quality parameters for 3 seasons, namely post-monsoon and winter at 6 sampling sites.

LUCKNOW: A day after it entered into an agreement with a private company for setting up a 1,980 Mw thermal power plant at Bargarh in Chitrakoot district, department of energy, on Wednesday, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with another private company for setting up a thermal power plant in Auraiya district.

Secretary (energy) Navneet Sehgal signed the MoU with Unitech Machines for se

Taking yet another step closer to its target of becoming power surplus, Uttar Pradesh government signed two MoUs with sugar major Bajaj Hindusthan and Parekh Aluminex for the generation of 1,980 mw and 250 mw power in the state on Tuesday.

LUCKNOW: Moving ahead with its renewed power policy to set up thermal power plants in the private sector, the UP government on Tuesday entered into an agreement with Bajaj Hindustan for setting up a 1980 MW thermal power plant at Bargarh in Chitrakoot.

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SUGAR major Bajaj Hindusthan has committed 22,500 crore investment in power projects in Uttar Pradesh over the next 4-5 years.
The company on Tuesday entered into an MoU with the UP government to set up a 1,980 MW thermal power plant in Bargarh area of Chitrakoot district.

LUCKNOW: The energy task force (ETF) headed by the chief secretary gave its nod to the establishment of a 1,980 mw power plant in Bargarh (Chitrakoot) on Friday. For this the state government would sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Bajaj Hindustan.

The ETF also looked into the possibilities of the project's expansion by adding another 1,980 mw.

Congress MLA from Banda and UP Congress Media Cell chief, Vivek Singh on Tuesday, accused chief minister Mayawati of creating hurdles in the development of Bundelkhand. He alleged that the proposed 4000 megawatt power plant, which was sanctioned by the Prime Minister was not coming up in the state just because of the rigidity of Mayawati.

Lucknow: In a bid to meet shortfall of power in the state, the Uttar Pradesh Government has decided to build five thermal power plants with a total generation capacity of 9,940 MW.

LUCKNOW: With its plans to set a 4,000 MW ultra-mega thermal power plant in Lalitpur district nose-diving, the UP Power Corporation Limited (UPPCL) is now weighing the possibility of setting up the project in Bargarh in Chitrakoot district.