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Tuesday
Aug302016

Second nuclear power unit at Kudankulam connected to Grid

Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project 

The tariff for the power generated from the first unit is around Rs 3.90 per unit, SK Sharma said 

CHENNAI: The second 1,000 MW unit of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KNPP) in Tamil Nadu was connected to the grid on Monday, said a senior official. 

"The second unit of KNPP was connected to the grid at 11.17 a.m. The unit is operating at 170 MW," R.S. Sundar, the site director at KNPP, told IANS over telephone from Kudankulam. 

"With this the atomic power generation of Nuclear Power Corp of India Ltd (NPCIL) on Monday crossed 5,000 MW. It was a twin milestone for us," SK Sharma, chairman and managing director, NPCIL, told IANS over phone from Mumbai. 

He said the commercial operation of the second unit was expected to happen by the end of this year and the tariff for the power generated from this unit will be decided then. 

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