To construct two 700 mw pressurised heavy water reactors at Chutka in Madhya Pradesh the Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL) is expected to spend around Rs 16,550 crore. The base cost of the Chutka Madhya Pradesh Atomic Power Project (CMPAPP) was Rs 11,200 crore in June 2011 and is expected to cost around Rs 16,550 crore when the two reactors are completed.
NPCIL, India's atomic power plant operator, hopes to complete the first unit's construction by December 2020 and the second one by June 2021. A total of 497.73 hectares is required for the project, of which 67.70 hectares will be for the residential colony of the NPCIL employees and the remaining for the power plant. The EIA report was prepared by National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI), Nagpur.
The Centre has given in-principle approval for setting up of PHWRs at four new sites and one new site for a cumulative capacity of 11,200 mw.
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