In Tamil Nadu, the first unit of Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KNPP), is now generating about 200 mw, states a Power System Operation Corporation (PSOC) report. According to the company's report on the power supply position in the southern region for October 26, the KNPP's first unit, which was on a test run, generated 165 mw.
The KNPP's first unit was reconnected to the grid late on October 25.
PSOC operates the power grids-regional and national- and it is a wholly owned subsidiary of Power Grid Corporation of India. On October 22, the 1,000 mw capacity KNPP unit was synchronised with the power grid at 2.45 am., generating 75 mw. The power generation was subsequently increased to 160 mw. Nearly two hours later the unit tripped though KNPP officials maintain that the plant had been stopped.
On October 25 at 9.43 pm, the unit was reconnected to the grid and was generating around 160 mw. However the reports of Power System Operation Corporation on October 26, relating to the southern regional load dispatch centre, were silent on the power generation levels at KNPP.
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