NTPC MoU with HWB department of atomic energy

National Thermal Power Corporation has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Heavy Water Board (HWB) department of atomic energy (DAE) Government of India, on 17 October 2007 for transfer of ammonia flue gas conditioning (AFGC) technology to the company for reduction in suspended particulate matter (SPM) for implementation at all its projects.

The MoU also provides for jointly undertaking further research work in collaborative manner with equal participation from the company and HWB for enhancing efficacy of AFGC technology.

As per recent reports, Reliance Energy (REL), Tata Power and NTPC are among the 10 qualified bidders in fray for the 4,000 MW Krishnapatnam ultra mega power plant (UMPP) in Andhra Pradesh, request for proposals (RFPs) will be accepted till 24 October 2007.

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