Kaiga nuclear power plant to get two more units

June 2015
FRPT- Energy Snapshot;6/21/2015, p1
Industry Profile
The article reports the addition of two nuclear power generation units to the Kaiga generating station based in Karnataka, India and operated by the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited with a capacity of 700 Megawatt (MW) thereby, increasing the total energy generated in the state.


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