Nabha Power Plant acquires two awards at the 21st National Award Ceremony

Nabha Power Plant, Punjab won two awards at the 21st National Award Ceremony, hosted by CII.

Nabha Power Plant
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Nabha Power Plant, a subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro (L&T) Power Development acquired two awards at the 21st National Award Ceremony for Excellence in Energy Management, hosted by CII recently. Nabha Power Limited was adjudged as the National Energy Leader 2020 for its progressive performance for the second consecutive year in Energy Management. 

L&T owns and operates of 2×700 MW Nabha Power Plant in Rajpura, Punjab. The plant is based on Supercritical Japanese technology, commissioned in February 2014. It has received several Global and National awards over the last 6 years of operations.

Nabha Power has supplied ~48,000 MU to PSPCL and has been one of the highest contributors to the State of Punjab. By an average PLF of 73% beating the national average of 55% by a huge margin. It remains at the top of the merit order among the thermal plants within the State because of its quoted Heat Rate of 2268 Kcal/KWh and one of the cheapest variable cost of power 2.91 Rs/Unit despite being located at a distance of 1500 Kms from the mine source.

D. K. Sen, Sr. Vice President and Whole-time Director, L&T said: The CII awards are a testimony of L&T’s capabilities in building and operating world-class infrastructure facilities. We are proud to have served people of Punjab by providing consistent and cost-effective power, and have won several such accolades over the years.”

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