Barh power station

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The Barh power station is a 3,300 megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station near Patna in Bihar, India.

"The three-unit 1,980MW Barh I power station is planned to start operation in 2009. The two-unit 1,320MW Barh II power station extension is expected to be completed in 2010. This project utilizes supercritical technology," reports the Environmental Defense Fund.[1][2]

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  1. "Coal-Fired Plants Financed by International Public Investment Institutions Since 1994", Appendix to Foreclosing the Future: Coal, Climate and International Public Finance: Investment in coal-fired power plants hinders the fight against global warming, Environmental Defense, April 2009.
  2. National Thermal Power Corporation, "Future Capacity Additions", National Thermal Power Corporation website, accessed June 2010.

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