Vedanta Res PLC VED Sterlite synchronises 80MW CPP at Tuticorin

  Vedanta Res PLC (VED) - Sterlite synchronises 80MW CPP at Tuticorin

RNS Number : 0232O
Vedanta Resources PLC
05 October 2012

                                                               05 October 2012

                            Vedanta Resources plc

                    Sterlite Industries (India) Limited -

                     80 MW CPP at Tuticorin synchronised

Vedanta Resources plc's subsidiary, Sterlite Industries (India) Limited issued
the following release today.


                                                               05 October 2012

                     Sterlite Industries (India) Limited

                     80 MW CPP at Tuticorin Synchronised

Tuticorin, India: Sterlite Industries (India) Limited announces that the first
80 MW  unit  of  its  160  MW  thermal  power  plant  at  Tuticorin  has  been 
successfully synchronised on 30th  September 2012. The  power from the  first 
unit will be predominantly used for captive consumption at its Copper  Smelter 
operations at Tuticorin.

For further information, please contact:


Ashwin Bajaj                               Tel: +91 22 6646 1531

Senior Vice President - Investor Relations 

Vedanta Resources plc

Media                                      Tel: +44 20 7251 3801

Gordon Simpson


About Vedanta Resources plc

Vedanta Resources  plc ("Vedanta")  is a  London listed  FTSE 100  diversified 
global natural resources  major. The group  produces aluminium, copper,  zinc, 
lead, silver,  iron  ore,  oil  &  gas  and  commercial  energy.  Vedanta  has 
operations  in  India,  Zambia,  Namibia,  South  Africa,  Ireland,   Liberia, 
Australia and  Sri Lanka.  With  an empowered  talent pool  globally,  Vedanta 
places strong emphasis on  partnering with all its  stakeholders based on  the 
core values of entrepreneurship, excellence, trust, inclusiveness and  growth. 
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