There are three plants in West Bengal, two in Jharkhand and one each in Maharashtra, Uttar Pardesh, Chhatisgarh and Madhya Pardesh which have nil coal stock. These are Farakha (2100 MW), Durgapur (1000 MW), DLL (630 MW), Koderama (500 MW), Bokaro B (600MW), Khaperkheda (1340 MW), Vindhyachal (3760 MW) Sipat (2980 MW) and Anapara C (1200 MW).
In Haryana, the coal shortage has hit all the running thermal plants in state except Yamuna Nagar thermal which is under long forced shut down. As per latest Central Electricity Authority (CEA) report, coal stock at Jhajjar was just sufficient for 2 days. One 660 MW unit at Jhajjar is under shut down for last three weeks due to coal shortage. The coal stock at Panipat and Khedar is just sufficient for3 and 6 days respectively.
In Punjab coal stock position is comfortable as Lehra Mohabatt and Ropar have coal stock of 15 days.
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