Reliance Power (R-Power) may approach the electricity regulator seeking a higher tariff for its proposed ultra mega power project (UMPP) at Tilaiya due to an increase in raw material costs. The company is expected to file a petition with the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC), seeking an upward revision in the power tariff. R-Power won the bid for the 4,000 MW, coal-based UMPP at Tilaiya in Jharkhand in January 2009, quoting a tariff of Rs 1.77 a unit. This would be the second project for which it has sought a price revision. The company has already filed four petitions with the CERC, seeking relief for the Sasan UMPP in Madhya Pradesh due to a rise in construction costs and depreciation in the rupee.
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