“More non-conventional power plants in the country using wind energy, solar energy are being set up,” the minister said after dedicating to the nation, the most eco-friendly 120 MW gas based power plant in Visakhapatnam Steel Plant (VSP) today.
He underlined the need to be self-sufficient in power generation and said the shore based Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited (RINL), the corporate entity of VSP has rightly proved its progress in that direction.
Singh said RINL has many advantages of being a skilled workforce company and two major ports behind it. He advised RINL to take advantage of the opportunity of huge usage of steel for the construction of new capital Amaravati and other projects in Andhra Pradesh.
He said RINL is inching towards achieving international standards of efficiency and exhorted them to work relentlessly towards this end. Chairman and Managing director of RINL P Madhusudan, said latest technologies and green initiatives were implemented in setting up of the power plant.