NLC India Initiates Biomass Co-firing for Sustainability
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NLC India Initiates Biomass Co-firing for Sustainability

NLC India has embarked on a sustainability journey by initiating biomass co-firing at one of its plants in Tamil Nadu. This move, aimed at reducing environmental impact, aligns with the company's commitment to eco-friendly practices. The commencement of biomass co-firing is confirmed through a regulatory filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE).

By incorporating biomass into its energy production, NLC India demonstrates a proactive approach to diversifying energy sources and contributing to cleaner and greener power generation. This strategic step underscores the company's dedication to sustainable practices, meeting energy demands while minimizing the ecological footprint associated with conventional energy production methods. As NLC India embraces biomass co-firing, it sets a precedent for environmentally conscious initiatives within the energy sector.

NLC India has embarked on a sustainability journey by initiating biomass co-firing at one of its plants in Tamil Nadu. This move, aimed at reducing environmental impact, aligns with the company's commitment to eco-friendly practices. The commencement of biomass co-firing is confirmed through a regulatory filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). By incorporating biomass into its energy production, NLC India demonstrates a proactive approach to diversifying energy sources and contributing to cleaner and greener power generation. This strategic step underscores the company's dedication to sustainable practices, meeting energy demands while minimizing the ecological footprint associated with conventional energy production methods. As NLC India embraces biomass co-firing, it sets a precedent for environmentally conscious initiatives within the energy sector.

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