hello sir nalla vayila varuthu ...go and google it ...uppur power plant ... udnagudi extension .. ennore extentsion .. you can check the current status also ... AMMA is asking why sudden dip in all central power plant at the same time .. regarding solar power plant .. as i already told .. they have signed the 700mw with solar developer ..and they are in the process of installing it .. it will get completed in 2014 march .. it was there in timesnews also last month ...dont blabber like sotta kalinger.....if there is no sudden dip in central thermal power ..there wont be any power cut.. understand ...
27-நவ-2013 14:34:58 IST
Mr alphonse, I wanted to reply for your solar stuff .. your dmk folks does not have patients to wait ....solar policy annonced in oct 2012 ..not 2011 ...policy says that ...they are going generate 1000MW every years starting from 2013 ....TN going to sign with solar vor next month ..
read the below news , dont always blabber.. ...wind power is not required as of now..since more transmission loss occured .. i have a fri in TNEB working in transmission section .. he confirmed that ..TN govt is doing the right things.....
25-செப்-2013 07:29:58 IST
Mr alphonse ..you are proving again again that your dmk folks dont have a patients.... read this doc ...it was in headline on timenow last week
TN annouced solar policy in 2012 oct ... .stating 1000mw every year starting from 2013 ..still you have 3 months in time ..TN goint to sign solar vor... you guys dont have patients at all ... MK started mettur thermal in 2007 ( full four years) .. what is the use .. it was completed by jaya ..only 20% of .work completed till 2011. but 95% of the payment made in 2010 itself .. boss .. can you tell me the logic .....go and ask in mettur ...how much work is completed in jaya government and mk government......rem jaya dont have central government support ......do you know how many projects are waiting for env approval ...dont simply blabber boss .....
24-செப்-2013 16:39:35 IST
Hello Mr alponse...jaya's best fri is mr Modi....she already wished him along with sho ramasaway.. ...BJP will come to power in 2014 and Jaya will support modi as PM...you dont need to worry .....Jaya supports BJP at the center.. Jaya will get main portfolio like Power minister..Env Minister... to get clearance for our TN power plant...cheyyur , udangudi .. which congress govt is not giving clearance for the last 1 and half year....DMK will be wiped out in 2014 election.....so for now you dont get biased okie .....for you information ... TN will be 2nd in solar power during this year ( next to gujarat).. TN govt going to sign next month with solar power vor's .. Please read timeofindia ...dont watch always kolanger TV....
23-செப்-2013 09:19:21 IST
where is mr maria alphose sombhu ..where is mr navmayam delhi......somhu...ishrat case not a fake ..that was real...what she was doing with other three pak terrorists ......sombhu tell us the anwers...
05-ஜூலை-2013 10:54:19 IST
poya vru ..neenga vangina power 18rs per unit ..now TNEB is in full loss... during dmk period power cut almost 6 to 8 hours.. dont say 2 hours ... Jaya is taking all the action what ever she can do ( without central govermnet help) .....dmk was in central and state ..what you guys have done .. you had full 5 years ... did nothing ...just started project for name shake but did nothing...mettur power plant is ruunning just because of jaya action against them ..go and ask anyone in mettur ..they will tell the truth .. ....she has started several project and she has given a dead line to complete 2015 ....paramakudi solar project to take off this month or next month go and google it .....
25-மே-2013 01:35:05 IST
nalla vayila varuthu ... Amma started so many projects ... biddings are already floated cant you understand english... I have told this so many times ..The 1,320-megawatt (MW) Udangudi thermal power project, for which bids were floated on Sunday, marks the first major power project to be taken up by the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) regime, nearly two years after the assumption of office.
As per the plans of the Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation (Tangedco), the prospective uting agency, which has to carry out the project on EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) basis, should finance the debt component of the project, which would come to approximately 75 per cent of the total project cost of around Rs. 8,400 crore.
Contract for the project is expected to be awarded by September, officials say. Pointing out that 420 hectares have been acquired in Tuticorin district for the project, they add that there is enough land for putting up one more unit of 660 MW.
Referring to a project of similar capacity that was cleared in Rajasthan, an official says that the cost of the EPC component of the project will be around Rs. 5,700 crore. As a thumb rule, the cost per megawatt will eventually be Rs. 6 crore.
Originally conceived five years ago as a joint venture project between the erstwhile Tamil Nadu Electricity Board (TNEB) and the Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), the Udangudi project got stuck over a host of issues including coal linkage.
In February last year, Chief Minister Jayalalithaa announced the termination of the understanding with the BHEL and said the project would be taken up as a State-sector project. The Tangedco has bought the share of the BHEL by paying about Rs. 54 crore. In view of uncertainty over getting linkage for domestic coal, the State government has decided that imported coal be used essentially for the project.
Later this week, the Tangedco is also expected to float bids for another 1,320-MW project, called Ennore Special Economic Zone (SEZ) Thermal Power Project. As in the case of Udangudi, this will also be implemented, using imported coal. The proposed plant will come up on the site that was once used as an ash dyke for the North Chennai Thermal Power Station.
Besides, bids from two major power players, BHEL and Lanco Infratech, have been received for the 660-MW ETPS (Ennore Thermal Power Station) expansion project. The estimated total cost of the five units, totaling 3,300 MW, is around Rs. 21,000 crore.
Even as the Tangedco is banking on imported coal for its new projects, it has also applied for the allocation of a coal block from the Central authorities. A senior official says that the Tangedco has fulfilled all the norms laid down by the Centre.
21-மே-2013 12:02:21 IST