Bihta power station

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Bihta power station is proposed 1320 megawatt coal-fired power station which has been proposed by Krishak Bharti Cooperative. The Bihar State Electricity Board states that the project is "under active consideration" by the government of Bihar. The project is proposed to be built near Chausa in the Buxar district, Bihar, India.[1]

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Sponsor: Krishak Bharti Cooperative
Location: Chausa in the Buxar district, Bihar, India
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Status: Proposed
Nameplate capacity: 1320MW
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References

  1. Bihar State Electricity Board, "New Projects", Bihar State Electricity Board website, accessed November 2011.
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