Power project:Sahara India inks deal with Korean firm for 6,000-MW power project

Sahara India Power Corporation said on Wednesday it will launch a total of 6,000 megawatt thermal power plant in India in partnership with the government of South Korean firm management Korea East-West Power Company.
The companies have agreed to jointly participate in the scales of tenders for energy projects and other ultra-mega opportunity in India to add a total capacity of 6,000 megawatts, according to a statement.

The new agreement follows a previous partnership between the Sahara India Power Corporation and Korea East-West Power Company to set up two plants of 660 megawatts in Titlagarh in Orissa with an investment of about Rs.8, 000 crore .

"The partnership will provide world-class high-end technological advances in power generation and the establishment of 6.000 MW power plant through ultra mega mega-projects will help reduce the energy deficit in our country, "Ashok Bhargava, executive director of Sahara India Power Corporation, said after signing the agreement.
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