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Workers on ‘War Footing’ to Get India Coal Plant Operating

July 14, 2021

One of the largest coal-fired power plants in India—beset by technical issues that have knocked it offline and contributed to a power crisis in the Punjab region—is set to resume operations by the end of July, according to the utility subsidiary of the India-based mining company that leads the project.

Talwandi Sabo Power Ltd. (TSPL), part of the Vedanta Limited group, in a statement issued July 10 said the three-unit, 1.98-GW Talwandi Sabo Thermal Plant at Banawala village in the Mansa district is expected to be fully operational within three weeks.

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