Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd is likely to speed up the installation of the Thermal Power Station-II Expansion plant of Neyveli Lignite Corporation, and make a 250-MW unit ready by September.

The TPS-II Expansion unit, with two units of 250 MW each, is being erected by the Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd., main contractor for supply of steam and turbo generators.

NLC aims to achieve this during the FY13, will allocate power to Tamil Nadu that is facing acute shortage

State-run Neyveli Lignite Corporation (NLC) plans to add an additional 75 MW through wind and solar energy which would be allocated to Tamil Nadu that is facing acute power shortage. NLC aims to achieve this during the financial year 2012-13.

The proposed thermal project in UP is valued at Rs 10,000 cr

The government today approved the state-owned Neyveli Lignite Corporation's (NLC) proposed joint venture to set up a Rs 10,000 crore thermal power project in Uttar Pradesh.

Projects with an aggregate capacity of 3,450 MW being executed by BHEL

Several coal-fired thermal power projects with an aggregate capacity of 3,450 MW are expected to be commissioned in Tamil Nadu in the current financial year, according to Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), the executing agency.

Thermal Power Station II of the Neyveli Lignite Corporation has bagged the Chairman's rolling shield for having achieved “zero accident” by adopting safe operational practices for the year 2010.

Reforms in the energy sector, a long-term strategy for the planning and execution of power generation projects and separation of distribution feeders form part of the contours of the government's broad thinking. A pro-active approach to the promotion of renewable energy, especially solar energy, is another important element of the new administration's plans.

The Union Cabinet on Thursday cleared the proposal for setting up a Rs.5,907-crore lignite-based thermal power project by Neyveli Lignite Corporation (NLC) in Tamil Nadu.

The purpose of the present study was to describe the pattern of Spatial Pollution Rose pattern in the neighbourhood of thermal power stations in Neyveli, near 200 km south west of Chennai.

The present study involves the performance evaluation of the USEPA ISCST3 model for prediction of short-term SO2 concentrations in the ambient environment of NLC complex.

The purpose of the present study is to describe the pattern of pollutant dispersion in the neighbourhood of the thermal power station-II in Neyveli. Neyveli Lignite Corporation houses two mines and two thermal power stations. Thermal power station-II is designed for 7 numbers of boilers each producing electricity at 210 MW, using lignite as the fuel.