Dhanbad: Tata Power, India’s largest integrated power company’s 74:26 joint venture with Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) called Maithon Power (MPL) has been at the forefront by maintaining its operational excellence, state of the art infrastructure and being the technically advance power plant. To showcase the excellence of the power plant, K Chandrashekhar, CEO, MPL and other senior members of Tata Power organised a plant visit for AWK Langstieh, the newly appointed chairman of DVC. Mr Langstieh was accompanied by GP Singh, director, MPL and project head, DVC Maithon.
Mr Chandrashekhar took the chairman through the power plant and talked him through the technical strengths of the power plant, and its quality, occupational health and safety management system which are being followed to comply with the zero tolerance policy on accidents making it a Zero Fatal Plant. The chairman was also appraised about the various CSR and Sustainability programmes being organised by the Tata Power team for the community living around the plant.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr Chandrashekhar said “It’s a proud moment for us to have Mr AWK Langstieh, chairman, DVC at our plant and we wish him the very best on his new role. We look forward to build on the cohesive relationship and strength our partnership to continue to serve the country and community more efficiently”.
Sabyasachi Mukherjee, chief, O&M, MPL, said “We are delighted to showcase our plant to our new chairman. We are committed to develop and strengthen the plant with a focused approach and create a robust safety culture for all our employees, consumers and the community living around our area of operation”.
Mr Langstieh was extremely impressed with the energetic and enthusiastic team of MPL and the efforts made by the employees to maintain the state of the art power plant.