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Letter to Dr. A. Duraisamy, Director & Member Secretary National CDM Authority, India demanding to withdraw the approval letter for Adani Power’s registered CDM project

Sub.: “Grid connected energy efficient power generation” (Project  2716)

Ref.: MoEF inspection committee report on Adani Port and SEZ Ltd released in April 2013

Dear Sir,

The undersigned organizations would like to bring your attention to the fact that Adani Power’s project “Grid connected energy efficient power generation”, which is registered under the United Nations’ Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), is in violation with various national regulations, as highlighted in the inspection committee report of the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) released in April 2013.

 

This CDM project is located at the villages Tunda and Siracha, MundraTaluka, Kutch District of Gujarat, in western India.

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