Quick view: Fire at Tata Power facility at Trombay

Jan 11 2014, 04:19 IST
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SummaryTata Power said there was a fire incident on the turbine and generator deck of the 250 MW unit at Trombay

Tata Power said there was a fire incident on the turbine and generator deck of the 250 MW unit at Trombay. The company said there were no casualties due to the incident. The power generation from the rest of the units of Trombay Thermal Power Station remains unaffected, Tata Power said in a regulatory filing on Friday. The company is yet to ascertain the extent of damage, but added that it will ensure that alternate power supply is maintained.

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