India, May 18 -- Tata Power is reportedly seeking higher tariff for Mundra project. The company has approached the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) seeking higher tariff than that fixed by a government panel for its imported-coal-based plant.
The company has sought a tariff of Rs 9.11 per unit against a variable Rs 6.05 per unit rate set by the committee headed by Central Electricity Authority chairperson B K Arya. The fixed charges for the 4000 Mw Mundra project is Rs 0.90 per unit.
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