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REPORT ON FLY ASH GENERATION AT COAL/LIGNITE BASED THERMAL POWER STATIONS AND ITS UTILIZATION IN THE COUNTRY FOR 1 ST HALF OF THE YEAR (April, 2014 to Sept., 2014) CENTRAL ELECTRICITY AUTHORITY
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REPORT ON FLY ASH GENERATION AT COAL/LIGNITE BASED THERMAL POWER STATIONS AND ITS UTILIZATION IN THE COUNTRY FOR 1 ST HALF OF THE YEAR (April, 2014 to Sept., 2014) CENTRAL ELECTRICITY AUTHORITY NEW DELHI FEBRUARY, 2015 CENTRAL ELECTRICITY AUTHORITY THERMAL CIVIL DESIGN DIVISION FLY ASH GENERATION AT COAL/LIGNITE BASED THERMAL POWER STATIONS AND ITS UTILIZATION IN THE COUNTRY FOR THE 1 ST HALF OF THE YEAR (APRIL TO SEPTEMBER, 2014) 1.0 BACKGROUND The present report is for the period from April, 2014 to September, 2014 based on the data received from 146 Thermal Power Stations. Coal/Lignite based Thermal Power Generation has been the backbone of power capacity addition in the country. dian coal is of low grade with ash content of the order of % in comparison to imported coals which have low ash content of the order of 10-15%. Large quantity of ash is, thus being generated at coal/lignite based Thermal Power Stations in the country, which not only requires large area of precious land for its disposal but is also one of the sources of pollution of both air and water. Central Electricity Authority (CEA) on behalf of Ministry of Power has been monitoring since 1996 the fly ash generation and its utilization at coal/ lignite based thermal power stations in the country. Data on fly ash generation and utilization including modes of utilization is obtained from thermal power stations on half yearly as well as yearly basis. The data thus obtained is analyzed and a report bringing out the status of fly ash generation and its utilization in the country is prepared. The said report is forwarded to Ministry of Power, Ministry of Environment and Forests and is also uploaded on the web site of CEA for bringing out the information in the public domain so that users of fly ash have access to the information on the availability of fly ash at different thermal power stations in the country. To reduce the requirement of land for disposal of fly ash in ash ponds and to address the problem of pollution caused by fly ash, Ministry of Environment & Forests (MoEF) has issued various Notifications on fly ash utilization, first Notification was issued on 14 th September, 1999 which was subsequently amended in 2003 and 2009 vide Notifications dated 27 th August, 2003 and 3 rd November, 2009 respectively. The latest Notification of 3 rd November, 2009 prescribes targets of utilization in a phased manner for all Coal/Lignite based Thermal Power Stations in the country so as to achieve 100% utilization of fly ash. The Thermal Power Stations in operation before the date of the Notification (i.e. 3 rd November, 2009) are to achieve the target of fly ash utilization in successive 5 years - 50% in first year; 60% in second year; 75% in third year; 90% in fourth year and 100% in fifth year. The new Thermal Power Stations coming into operation after the MoEF s notification (i.e. 3 rd November, 2009) are to achieve the target of fly ash utilization as 50% in the first year, 70% during two years, 90% during three years and 100% during four years depending upon their date of commissioning. The report on fly ash generation and its utilization at coal/lignite based thermal power stations provides factual information and the status of fly ash utilization in the country. It also facilitates to ascertain the level of fly ash utilization achieved by various power stations in relation to targets prescribed in MoEF s notification of 3 rd November, 2009 and to take corrective measures in cases of Thermal Power Stations that are lagging behind achieving the prescribed targets of fly ash utilization. 1 2.0 ASH GENERATION & UTILIZATION DURING THE 1 ST HALF OF THE YEAR A Brief Summary generation & utilization data for the 1 st half of the Year (April, 2014 to Sept., 2014) has been received from 146 (One hundred forty six) coal/lignite based thermal power stations of various power utilities in the country. Data received has been analyzed to derive conclusions on present status of fly ash generation and its utilization in the country as a whole. A brief summary of status is given in Table-I below: TABLE-I SUMMARY OF FLY ASH GENERATION AND UTILIZATION DURING THE 1 st HALF OF THE YEAR Description 1 st Half Year Nos. of Thermal Power Stations from which data was received : 146 stalled capacity (MW) : 1,33, Coal consumed (Million tons) : Average Ash Content (%) : Generation (Million tons) : (Million tons) : Percentage : Power Station wise fly ash generation & its utilization status including modes of utilization for the 1 st half of the Year for all the 146 thermal power stations is given in the statement at Annex-I. 2.2 Power Utility wise Status of Generation & its during the 1 st Half of the Year The status of fly ash generation & utilization for the 1 st half of the year for various power utilities in the country has been assessed based on data received from Thermal Power Stations and the same is given in Table-II: TABLE-II POWER UTILITY WISE FLY ASH GENERATION AND UTILIZATION FOR THE 1 st HALF OF THE YEAR Sl. Name of Power Utility Nos. of TPS stalled Capacity (MW) 2 Generation (Million-ton) (Million-ton) % age Andhra Pradesh Power Generation Corporation (A.P.GEN.CO) 2 ACBPL (Chhattisgarh) APL (Gujarat) APCPL (Haryana) AMNEPL Sl. Name of Power Utility Nos. of TPS stalled Capacity (MW) 3 Generation (Million-ton) (Million-ton) % age BEPL (UP) Bihar State Power Generation Co. Ltd. 8 C.E.S.C. Ltd C.G.P.L (Gujarat) Chattisgarh State Power Generation Company Ltd. (C.S.P.G.C.L.) 11 Damoadar Valley Corporation (D.V.C.) 12 Durgapur Projects Ltd. (D.P.L.) 13 D.P.S.C.Ltd. (W.B) E.P.G.L (Gujarat) Gujarat dustries Power Corporation Ltd. (G.I.P.C.L.) 16 Gujarat Mineral Development Corporation Ltd. (G.M.D.C.L.) 17 G.S.E.C.L. (Gujarat) Haryana Power Generation Cor. Ltd. (H.P.G.C.L.) 19 derprastha Power Generation Company Ltd. (.I.P.G.C.L) 20 Jharkhand Urja Utpadan Nigam Limited (J.U.U.N.L.) 21 J.H.P.L (HR) J.P.L (Chhatisgarh) JSW Energy Ltd Karnataka Power Corporation Ltd. (K.P.C.L.) 25 Kanti Bijlee Utpadan Nigam Ltd.(K.B.U.N.L.) 26 Lanco Power Ltd Madhya Pradesh Power Generation Corporation Ltd. (M.P.P.G.C.L.) 28 M.P.L (Jharkhand) Maharashta State Power Generation Sl. Name of Power Utility Nos. of TPS stalled Capacity (MW) 4 Generation (Million-ton) (Million-ton) % age Corporation Ltd. (M.S.P.G.C.L) 30 Neyvelli Lignite Corporation Ltd. (N.L.C.LTD) 31 NSPCL (Chhatisgarh) N.T.P.C.LTD NTECL (Tamil Nadu) Orissa Power Generation Corporation Ltd. (O.P.G.C.L.) 35 Punjab State Power Corporation Ltd. (P.S.P.C.L). 36 Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Ltd. (R.R.V.U.N.L.) 37 Reliance frastructure Limited (R.I.L) 38 RPSCL (UP) R.W.P.L. (JSW) SEPL (AP) SVPPL TPP Taqa Neyveli Power Company Pvt.Ltd. 43 Tata Power Company (T.P.CO.) 44 Tenughat Vidyut Nigam Ltd.(T.V.N.L.) 45 T.N.G & D Corporation (Tamil Nadu) 46 Torent Power Ltd UPCL (Karnataka) TSGENCO (Telangana) 49 Uttar Pradesh Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Ltd.(U.P.R.V.U.N.L.) 50 West Bengal Power Development Corporation Ltd. (W.B.P.D.C. L) 51 WPCL Gupta Energy Pvt Sl. Name of Power Utility Nos. of TPS stalled Capacity (MW) Generation (Million-ton) (Million-ton) % age Ltd. 53 Jaypee Bina Thermal Power Plant (MP) 54 V.I.P Ltd EMCO ENERGY Ltd Spectrum Coal & Power Ltd.(Chhattisgarh) 57 Adani Power Maharastra Ltd. 58 Adani Power Ltd (Rajasthan) 59 diabulls Power Ltd Ideal Energy Projects Ltd. 61 ESSAR POWER MP LTD.(M.P) 62 Meenakshi Energy Pvt. Ltd. (A.P) 63 ACB (INDIA) Ltd (Chhattishgarh) 64 GMR Kamalanga Energy Ltd (Odisha) 65 INDIAN METALS & FERRO ALLOYS LTD. (Odisha) 66 NALCO (Odisha) WPCL (KSKEVL) (Chhatishgarh) GRAND TOTAL It may be seen from the Table-II above that: The data of fly ash generation and utilization for the 1 st half of the year was received from 67 Power Utilities out of which 10 Power Utilities have achieved fly ash utilization level of 100% or more and 21 Power Utilities have achieved fly ash utilization level in the range of less than 100% to 75%; The performance of these power utilities in fly ash utilization has been excellent during the aforesaid period (i.e. during the 1 st half of the year ). 2.3 State wise Status of Generation & its during the 1 st half of the Year The state wise status of fly ash generation & utilization in the country based on data received from Thermal Power Stations/ Power Utilities has also been assessed and the same is given in Table-III below: 5 TABLE-III STATE WISE FLY ASH GENERATION AND ITS UTILIZATION DURING THE 1 ST HALF OF THE YEAR Sl. Name of State Nos. of TPS stalled Capacity (MW) Generation (Million-ton) (Million-ton) % age ANDHARAPRADESH BIHAR CHHATISGARH DELHI GUJARAT HARYANA JHARKHAND KARNATAKA MADHYA PRADESH MAHARASHTRA ODISHA PUNJAB RAJASTHAN TAMILNADU TALANGANA UTTAR PRADESH WEST BENGAL GRAND TOTAL It may be seen from Table-III above that: (i) 2 states namely Chhatisgarh and Uttar Pradesh have generated more than 10 million-ton of fly ash during the 1 st half of the Year and the maximum fly ash of more than 13 million ton was generated in U.P. during the aforesaid period. (ii) During the 1 st half of the Year , the State of Delhi has achieved fly ash utilization level of more than 102 % and the States of Gujarat, Jharkhand, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamilnadu and West Bengal have achieved the fly ash utilization level of more than 65%. The performance of aforesaid states in fly ash utilization has been excellent during the aforesaid period. 3.0 PRESENT STATUS OF FLY ASH UTILIZATION AS PER MoEF S NOTIFICATION OF 3 rd NOVEMBER, 2009 generation and utilization data received from Thermal Power Stations/Power Utilities in the country for the 1 st half of the year has been compiled to see the fly ash utilization vis-à-vis the target of fly ash utilization as prescribed in MoEF s notification of 3 rd November, During the 1 st half of the Year , all those thermal power stations which were in operation on the date of issuance of MoEF s notification (i.e. 3 rd November, 2009) should have achieved the target of fly ash utilization about 90% within four years from the date 6 of notification i.e. by 2 nd November, All those thermal power stations which have come into operation after the date of issuance of MoEF s notification (i.e. 3 rd November, 2009) should have achieved the target of fly ash utilization as 50% in the first year, 70% during two years, 90% during three years and 100% during four years depending upon their date of commissioning. However, it is seen that the target set by MoEF notification has not achieved as a whole. 3.1 Range of during the 1 st Half of the Year Based on the fly ash utilization data received from Thermal Power Stations/Power Utilities, the thermal power stations have been grouped into 5 categories as noted below depending upon range of utilization of fly ash by the stations. TABLE-IV RANGE OF PERCENTAGE FLY ASH UTILIZATION DURING THE 1 st HALF OF THE YEAR Sl. Level of utilization Nos. of Power Stations (1) (2) (3) 1 100% and more than 100% 30 2 Less than 100% and up to 75% 32 3 Less than 75% and up to 60% 17 4 Less than 60% 61 5 Nos. of TPS which have not generated any significant fly ash or any fly ash 06 Total Thermal Power Stations that have achieved utilization level of 100% or more during the 1 st half of the Year The following Thermal Power Stations as given in Table-V achieved the fly ash utilization level of 100% or more during the 1 st half of the year TABLE V THERMAL POWER STATIONS WITH FLY ASH UTILIZATION LEVEL OF 100% OR MORE DURING THE 1 st HALF OF THE YEAR Sl. Name of TPS Power Utility stalled % age Capacity Generation (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) 1 RAMAGUNDAM' TSGENCO B' (Telangana) 2 B.B.G.S. C.E.S.C (West Bengal) 3 S.G.S. C.E.S.C (West Bengal) 4 T.G.S C.E.S.C. (West Bengal) Sl. Name of TPS Power Utility stalled % age Capacity Generation (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) 5 NEW COSSIPORE CESC (West.Bengal) MEJIA D.V.C. (West Bengal) DISHERGARH POWER STATION DPSCL (W.B) SALAYA EPGL (Gujarat) SURAT LIGNITE G.I.P.C.L. (Gujarat) AKRIMOTA G.M.D.C.L. (Gujarat) KUTCH LIGNITE G.S.E.C.L. (Gujarat) SIKKA G.S.E.C.L (Gujarat) 13 PANIPAT H.P.G.C.L. (Haryana) VIJAYANAGAR JSW Energy Limited (Karnataka) 15 MAITHON RBTPP MPL (Jharkhand) NEYVELI-I EXPN N.L.C.LTD (Tamilnadu) BARSINGSAR LIGNITE NLC (Rajsthan) BADARPUR N.T.P.C.LTD (Delhi). 19 TALCHAR(TPS) N.T.P.C.LTD (Odisha). 20 DADRI N.T.P.C.LTD (U.P) 21 KOTA RRVUNL (Rajsthan) GIRAL RRVUNL (Rajsthan) DAHANU Reliance frastructure Ltd METTUR T.N.G & D Corporation (Tamil Nadu) 25 PANKI U.P.R.V.U.N.L. ( U.P.) BANDEL W.B.P.D.C.L (W.B.) WARDHA WARORA WPCL Sl. Name of TPS Power Utility stalled % age Capacity Generation (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) 28 CHAKABURA ACB (INDIA) TPP Ltd. (Chhattishgarh) 29 CHAKABURA ACB (INDIA) TPP (EXTN) Ltd. (Chhattishgarh) 30 INDIAN METALS & FERRO ALLOYS LTD. INDIAN METALS & FERRO ALLOYS LTD. (Odisha) It may be seen from Table-V above that: During the 1 st half of the Year , 30 thermal power stations have achieved the fly ash utilization level of 100% or more including 14 thermal power stations which have achieved fly ash utilization level of more than 100%. Power Stations which have achieved fly ash utilization level of more than 100% during the 1 st half of the year have utilized the fly ash stored in ash ponds during earlier years. 3.3 Thermal Power Stations with Level of 75% to 100% during the 1 st half of the Year The names of Thermal Power Stations which have achieved the fly ash utilization in the range of 75% to 100% during the 1 st half year along with fly ash utilization level achieved by each of these power stations are given in Table-VI below: TABLE-VI THERMAL POWER STATIONS WITH FLY ASH UTILIZATION LEVEL OF 75% to 100% DURING THE 1 st HALF OF THE YEAR Sl. Name of TPS Power Utility stalled Capacity Generatio n % age (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) 1 KASAI PALLI ACBPL (Chhattishgarh) MUNDRA TPS APL (Gujrat ) BARKHERA BEPL (UP) KHAMBER KHERA BEPL (UP) KUNDARKI BEPL (UP) MAQSOODPUR BEPL (UP) UTRAULA BEPL (UP) BOKARO 'B' D.V.C. (Jharkhand) Sl. Name of TPS Power Utility stalled Capacity Generatio n % age (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) 9 MAHAN ESSAR POWER MP LTD.(M.P) 10 GANDHINAGAR G.S.E.C.L (Gujarat) 11 MAHATMA JHPL (Haryana) GANDHI 12 AMARKANTAK TPS Lanco Amarkantak Power Ltd. (Chhattisgarh ) 13 SANJAY GANDHI M.P.P.G.C.L (MP ) 14 NASIK M.S.P.G.C.L PARLI M.S.P.G.C.L NEYVELI II N.L.C.LTD (Tamilnadu) ROPAR P.S.P.C.L (Punjab) 18 CHHABRA RRVUNL (Rajsthan) JALIIPA KAPURDI RWPL (Rajsthan) SIMHAPURI SEPL(A.P) CUDDALORE Taqa Neyveli Power Co.Pvt. Ltd.(Tamilnadu) JOJOBERA T.P.CO (Jarkhnad) 23 TROMBAY T.P.CO. (Maharashtra) SABARMATI Torrent Power Ltd.(Gujarat) 25 ENNORE T.N.G & D Corporation (Tamil Nadu) 26 HARDUAGANJ U.P.R.V.U.N.L. (U.P.) UDUPI UPCL (Karnatak) KOLAGHAT W.B.P.D.C.L (W.B.) JAYPEE BINA TPP Jaypee Bina Thermal Power Plant (MP) 30 EMCO ENERGY Ltd. EMCO ENERGY Ltd Sl. Name of TPS Power Utility stalled Capacity Generatio n % age (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) 31 RATIJA TPS Spectrum Coal & Power Ltd. (Chhattisgarh) 32 KAWAI Adani Power Ltd.(Rajasthan) It may be seen from Table-VI above that 32 thermal power stations during the 1 st half of the year have achieved fly ash utilization level in the range of 75% to 100%. 3.4 Power Stations with Level of 60% to 75% during the 1 st half of the Year The Thermal Power Stations which have achieved the fly ash utilization in the range of 60% to 75% during the 1 st half of the year along with fly ash utilization level achieved by each of these power stations are given in Table-VII below: TABLE-VII THERMAL POWER STATIONS WITH FLY ASH UTILIZATION LEVEL OF 60% TO 75% DURING THE 1 ST HALF OF THE YEAR Sl. Name of TPS Power Utility stalled % age Capacity Generation (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) 1 RAYALSEEMA A.P.GENCO Andhrapradesh Dr. N.T.R (Vijawada) A.P.GENCO Andhrapradesh CHANDRAPURA D.V.C. (Jharkhand) DURGAPUR PROJECTS POWER STAION D.P.L (West Bengal) RAJGHAT IPGCL (Delhi) RATNAGIRI JSW Energy Limited 7 BELLARY K.P.C.L (Karnataka) KORADI M.S.P.G.C.L NEYVELI - I N.L.C.LTD (Tamilnadu) BHILAI NSPCL (Chhattisgarh) UNCHAHAR N.T.P.C.LTD. (U.P.) BATHINDA P.S.P.C.L. (Punjab) Sl. Name of TPS Power Utility stalled % age Capacity Generation (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) 13 LEHRA MOHABAT P.S.P.C.L. (Punjab) SURATGARH RRVUNL (Rajsthan) METTUR-II T.N.G & D Corporation (Tamil Nadu) NORTH T.N.G & D CHENNAI Corporation (Tamil Nadu) 17 TUTICORIN T.N.G & D Corporation (Tamil Nadu) It may be seen from Table-VII above that 17 thermal power stations during the 1 st half year have achieved fly ash utilization level of less than 75% and up to 60%. 3.5 Power Stations with Level of less than 60% during the 1 st half of the Year The Thermal Power Stations which have achieved the fly ash utilization level of less than 60% during the 1 st half year along with fly ash utilization level achieved by each of these power stations are given in Table-VIII: TABLE-VIII THERMAL POWER STATIONS WITH FLY ASH UTILIZATION LEVEL OF BELOW 60% DURING THE 1 st HALF OF THE YEAR Sl. Name of TPS Power Utility stalled Capacity 12 Generatio n % age (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) 1 KOTHAGUDEM TSGENCO (Stage I to IV) (Telangana) 2 KOTHAGUDEM- TSGENCO V (Telangana) 3 KOTHAGUDEM- VI TSGENCO (Telangana) KAKATIA TSGENCO (Telangana) INDIRA APCPL (Haryana) GANDHI 6 MIHAN AMNEPL (No generation) BARAUNI B.S.P.G.C.L. (Bihar) (No Generation) Sl. Name of TPS Power Utility stalled Capacity 13 Generatio n % age (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) 8 MUNDRA UMPP CGPL (Gujrat) KORBA (WEST) C.S.P.G.C.L Chhattisgarh KORBA (WEST) C.S.P.G.C.L Extn (Chhattisgarh) 11 DSPM C.S.P.G.C.L (Chhattisgarh) 12 KORBA (EAST) C.S.P.G.C.L (Chhattisgarh) 13 DURGAPUR D.V.C.(West Bengal) Durgapur Steel DVC (West Bengal) KODARMA DVC (Jharkhand) CHINAKURI DPSCL (W.B) (No Generation) 17 UKAI G.S.E.C.L (Gujarat) 18 WANAKBORI G.S.E.C.L. (Gujarat) HISAR H.P.G.C.L. (Haryana) YAMUNANAGAR H.P.G.C.L. (Haryana) O.P.Jindal JPL (Stage-I) (Chhattisgarh.) 22 O.P.Jindal (Stage-II) JPL (Chhattisgarh.) PATRATU J.U.U.N.L (Jarkhand) RAICHUR K.P.C.L. (Karnataka) MUZAFFARPUR K.B.U.N.L (Bihar) TPS 26 ANPARA 'C' Lanco Power Ltd THAMMINAPAT NAM TPS (UP) Meenakshi Energy Pvt. Ltd. (A.P) 28 SATPURA M.P.P.G.C.L. ( M.P.) 29 AMARKANTAK M.P.P.G.C.L. ( M.P.) 30 SHREE SINGAJI M.P.P.G.C.L. TPS ( M.P.) 31 BHUSAWAL M.S.P.G.C.L. 32 CHANDRAPUR M.S.P.G.C.L Sl. Name of TPS Power Utility stalled Capacity Generatio n % age (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) 33 KHAPARKHEDA M.S.P.G.C.L KHAPARKHEDA M.S.P.G.C.L ( Ext) 35 PARAS M.S.P.G.C.L NEYVELI - II NLC(Tamil Nadu) EXPN (No generation) 37 VALLUR NTECL (Tamilnadu) RAMAGUNDAM N.T.P.C. (Andhra Pradesh). 39 SIMHADRI N.T.P.C. (Andhra Pradesh). 40 KAHALGAON N.T.P.C.LTD (Bihar) 41 KORBA N.T.P.C (Chhattisgarh). 42 SIPAT N.T.P.C (Chhattisgarh). 43 VINDHYACHAL N.T.P.C.LTD. ( M.P.) TALCHAR(KAN) N.T.P.C.LTD (Odisha) RIHAND N.T.P.C.LTD (U.P.) 46 SINGRAULI N.T.P.C.LTD (U.P.) 47 TANDA N.T.P.C.LTD (U.P.) 48 FARAKKA N.T.P.C.LTD (W.B.) 49 MOUDA TPS N.T.P.C.LTD IB VALLEY O.P.G.C.L (Odisha) 51 ROSA PHASE-I RPSCL (U.P) SVPL SVPPL (Chhattisgarh.) (No Generation) 53 TENUGHAT T.V.N.L. (Jarkhnad) 54 ANPARA 'A' & U.P.R.V.U.N.L. 'B' ( U.P.) 55 OBRA U.P.R.V.U.N.L. ( U.P.) PARICHHA U.P.R.V.U.N.L. ( U.P.) Sl. Name of TPS Power Utility stalled Capacity Generatio n % age (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) 57 BUTIBORI V.I.P Ltd. 58 SAGARDIGHI W.B.P.D.C.L (W.B.) 59 SANTALDIH W.B.P.D.C.L (W.B.) BAKRESWAR W.B.P.D.C.L (W.B.) GEPL TPP Gupta Energy Pvt. Ltd. (No Generation) 62 TIRORA Adani Power Maharastra Ltd. 63 AMARAVATI TPS diabulls Power Ltd BELA TPS Ideal Energy Projects Ltd. (No Generation) 65 KAMALANGA GMR Kamalanga TPP Energy Ltd. (Odisha) 66 NALCO,CPP NALCO (Odisha) KMPCL (AKALTARA) WPCL (KSKEVL) (Chhatishgarh) It may be seen from Table-VIII above that: During the 1 st half of the year , out of 146 thermal power stations, 67 stations could not reach the level of fly ash utilization to 60%. 4.0 MODES OF FLY ASH UTILIZATION DURING THE 1 st HALF OF THE YEAR The data on fly ash utilization received from Thermal Power S
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