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18-Sep2017

Nalco to tap renewable energy resources to meet rising power requirements

National Aluminium Company (Nalco) is betting big on renewable energy resources in order to meet its rising power requirements. The company has commissioned its wind power plants with 50 MW and 50.4 MW capacity in Rajasthan and Maharashtra, respectively, at a cost of Rs 669 crore. The company plans to set up another wind power plant of 50 MW capacity and looking at suitable location in the country.

National Aluminium Company (Nalco) has the largest integrated alumina-aluminium complex of Asia. Its integrated operations cover the entire aluminium production value chain from mining bauxite, refining alumina, smelting aluminium, captive power generation to a strong logistic network in terms of rail & port facilities, coal mining and handling plant to support its operations and to become one of the most cost-efficient aluminium companies across the globe.



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