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India’s biggest power producer warns coal stocks running low

Six of India’s coal-fired power plants do not have enough stocks to weather even a “small” disruption in supplies, with fuel reserves sufficient for only up to two days, the country’s largest power producer state-run NTPC has warned – particularly as the incoming monsoon rains could disrupt deliveries.

 

20 Jul 2018 - 2:53PM

Six of India’s coal-fired power plants do not have enough stocks to weather even a “small” disruption in supplies, with fuel reserves sufficient for only up to two days, the country’s largest power producer state-run NTPC has warned – particularly as the incoming monsoon rains could disrupt deliveries.

 

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