Government has asked country´s largest power producer NTPC to carry out a feasibility study for shifting its 360 MW naptha-¼based Kayamkulam power plant in Kerala to some other location. ´The Kerala government recently requested the Centre to shift the plant to somewhere else. The Centre accepted its request and asked NTPC for carrying out the techno economic feasibility study on the same,´ the source said. According to an NTPC official, the plant had been facing problem over the past as power cost from this plant is high and there are not enough buyers for the energy generated at the plant. ´The plant load factor (PLF) of this plant in the current year is 5.69 per cent,´ the official said. A PLF is a measure of average capacity utilisation.
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