City’s own power plant will take a few more months for completion

Saturday, July 28th, 2018

Bengaluru: The Yelahanka combined cycle power plant — touted to be the city’s first own power plant — is behind schedule. Construction was inaugurated by the then chief minister Siddaramaiah in June 2016. The plant was supposed to be ready by May 2018. Karnataka Power Corporation Ltd. (KPCL) officials said the plant will be commissioned […]

Proposed Niddodi thermal power plant : Plans to split project?

Monday, July 15th, 2013

Mangalore  : It has been learnt that due to hurdles in acquiring large scale land for the setting up of the proposed Ultra Mega Thermal power plant at Niddodi in Moodbidri, the Karnataka government may  think in terms of splitting the plant and set up units in three to four locations. If sources are to […]

Kateel temple’s under constrn power plant suffers damage in heavy rains

Saturday, August 11th, 2012

Mangalore:  The electricity generation unit that is being set up at Kateel for the benefit of the Kateel Sri Durgaparameshwari Temple, has suffered damage incurring a loss of Rs 1.5 lakhs due to flood waters. Though the unit was set up at a cost of Rs 6 lakhs six months ago, the power generation had […]

MCF Power Plant Completes 25 years of service, says Rakesh Sarin

Friday, January 14th, 2011
M C F pressmeet

Mangalore : Rakesh Sarin, Mangaing Director of Wartsila India said that the power plant at Mangalore Chemical & Fertilizers Ltd (MCF) in Karnataka has completed 25 years of successful and continuous operation. Speaking at the press meet held at Hotel Ocean Pearl on Jan 14, Saturday, he said that the power plant has eight Wartsila […]