The joint venture company (JVC) of NTPC and Indian Railways is setting up 1000 MW Nabinagar captive power plant at Nabinagar in Bihar. The first unit of this project is likely to be commissioned by June 2014. The remaining three units will be ready in phases by March 2015. The railways are also coming up with it's second power plant at Adra in West Bengal. Coal linkages for this project is awaited. These power generation plants are vital for railways as energy bill can be reduced to a greater extent. Railways currently consumes 3000 MW of power to run it's fleet trains on 24,000 km of electrified tracks and around Rs 9,000 cr is spent on this every year.