New WtE plant to be built in Mohali

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The Punjab government has decided to build a 7MW waste to energy plant at Simgauli in Mohali district. The plant, spread over an area of 50 acres, will be designed to generate electricity of 600 TPD from waste collected in Mohali and Patiala.

News agency UNI reports that State Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has given his approval for an MoU between the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) and Municipal Corporation Mohali. The project will be built under the BOO model (Build, Design, Operate) and completed within two years.

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