Other Tata Power projects are doing well, but CGPL, which accounts for 40 per cent capacity, is eating away its profits.
CGPL has coped as best as it could by using coal from other destinations such as Colombia and the US and blending it with cheaper domestic coal.
is a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) formed for setting up and operating the 4000 MW Mundra UMPP.
along with the group companies have integrated operations and facilities which include manufacturing of grey fabric, processing and production of made-ups & garments.
UMPR awarded on a 20 year BOOT basis, will be India's first private sector power project using supercritical boiler technology: and is expected to be the most energy efficient plant in the country.
Sharma, CEO and ED - CGPL, said, We have worked towards providing a cleaner environment for our communities.
Tata Power's CGPL team, in collaboration with its partners for the project have also planned to promote the initiative in nearby villages by communicating the message of cleanliness and the cleaner environment through banners and signage.
Water from CGPL in the Coastal Waters of Mundra During Postmonsoon dated December 2014.
operation of the open discharge channel of the CGPL power plant.
Sharma, ED and CEO- CGPL stated, Tata Power has undertaken several initiatives for the well-being and progress of the community.
CGPL received a Certificate of Appreciation from the Sarpanch of Nani Khakhar village for their dedicated work on all round village development, especially for programs related to fodder distribution, RO plant and solar light installations, Shiksha Sarathi program, organising of events such as Urja Divas and Swachtha Mission etc.
The initiative saw active participation of the CGPL
employees, and enthusiastic volunteers of the communities.