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Type Of Al Used In Thermal Power Plants In India

Mar 08, 2019 Coal India Limited (CIL) is the world’s largest coal mining company and produces 84 percent of India’s thermal coal. 2 Most coal is sold to power producers, predominantly under fuel supply ...

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