The Yadadri project was the second major thermal project proposed by the State government, the first one being 4 x 270 MW Bhadradri project in Kothagudem district, after formation of Telangana towards making the State power surplus.
Work on the first super critical thermal power project of the Telangana Power Generation Corporation Limited (TSGenco) — the 5 x 800 MW Yadadri Thermal Power Station in Nalgonda district — is likely to take off in the next few weeks with the project getting Environmental Clearance (EC) last week from the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change.
The project proposal was given green clearance by Harsh Vardhan, who took over as the Minister concerned after that and the Environmental Clearance was issued by the ministry on June 29.
The remaining 704 acres land at Veerappagudem and Veerlapalem villages consisted of patta land, government land and ‘udafa’ land was acquired by following the necessary process.
The officials stated that the Telangana State Pollution Control Board (TSPCB) would issue NoC after receiving the Environmental Clearance from the MoEF by holding a meeting with a week-ten days time.
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