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Power Plants - Other States - -  For Sealing Compounds for Power Stations Call +91-891-2564393
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Power Plants - Other States - - For Sealing Compounds for Power Stations Call +91-891-2564393

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  • 1. 06-10-2010 st-coal-india Coal-Fired Plants in India - other states Badarpur Bokaro Dadri (NCTPP) Location: Delhi Location: Jharkhand Location: Delhi Operator: NTPC Ltd Operator: Damodar Valley Corp Operator: National Thermal Power Corp Ltd Configuration: 3 X 100 MW, 2 X 210 MW Configuration: 4 X 45 MW, 3 X 210 MW Configuration: 4 X 210 MW Operation: 1973-1981 Operation: 1953-1993 Operation: 1991-1994 Fuel: hard coal Fuel: hard coal Fuel: coal Boiler supplier: BHEL Boiler supplier: CE, Babcock Power, BHEL Boiler supplier: CE, BHEL T/G supplier: BHEL, DDIT T/G supplier: AEG, GE, MAN, BHEL T/G supplier: BHEL Photograph courtesy of Ministry of Power Photograph courtesy of Ministry of Power Photograph courtesy of Ministry of Power Posted 12 May 2004 Posted 12 May 2004 Posted 12 May 2004 Hirakud Smelter Location: Orissa Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram Operator: Hindalco Industries Ltd Location: Rajasthan Configuration: 1 X 67.5 MW, 3 X 100 MW Kahalgaon Operator: Haryana Power Generation Corp Ltd Operation: 1994-2008 Location: Bihar Configuration: 2 X 300 MW Fuel: coal Operator: NTPC Ltd Operation: 2008 Boiler supplier: ISGEC John Thompson, Configuration: 4 X 210 MW, 3 X 500 MW Fuel: coal ThyssenKrupp Industries India Operation: 1992-2008 Boiler supplier: Shanghai T/G supplier: BHEL Fuel: hard coal T/G supplier: Dongfang Quick facts: The Hirakud smelter and power Boiler supplier: Podoloski, BHEL EPC: Reliance, Petron Engineering complex is located in Sambalpur Dist on the banks T/G supplier: LMZ, Electorsila, BHEL Quick facts: In July 2002, the state government of the world’s longest earthen dam, the 25.8km Quick facts: Kahalgaon is on the Ganga River and approved two 250-MW coal-fired units as Hirakud Dam spanning the Mahanadi river. The uses coal from the Rajmahal fields of Easten Yamunanagar Phase-II. The plant, part of the 10th Hirakud smelter, set up by Indal in 1959, was the Coalfields Ltd. Electricity is sent out to Bihar, Plan, was subsequently named Deenbandhu Chhotu country’s second aluminium smelter operating on Jharkhand, Orissa, Sikkim, and West Bengal. Unit- Ram. A 660-MW supercritical unit is in planning for power sourced from the hydro power station of the 5 was synchronized on 31 Mar 2007 and went the site. Hirakud Dam. In 1993, Indal built India’s first CFB commercial on 1 Aug 2008. captive power plant. Three more steam sets were Photograph courtesy of Ministry of Power Photograph courtesy of Petron Engineering Construction Ltd added starting about 10yrs later, each supplied by Posted 9 Aug 2008 Posted 21 Mar 2010 three CFB boilers. Photograph courtesy of Power Posted 11 Nov 2009www.industcards.com/st-coal-india.htm 1/3
  • 2. 06-10-2010 st-coal-india Rajiv Gandhi Location: Rajasthan Operator: Haryana Power Generation Corp Ltd Configuration: 2 X 600 MW Operation: 2010 Fuel: coal Singrauli Boiler supplier: Shanghai Location: Uttar Pradesh T/G supplier: Shanghai Rihand 1&2 Operator: NTPC Ltd EPC: Reliance, Utility Energytech and Engineers Location: Uttar Pradesh Configuration: 5 X 210 MW, 2 X 500 MW Pvt Ltd, Petron Engineering Operator: NTPC Ltd Operation: 1982-1987 Quick facts: In Jan 2007, Haryana Power Configuration: 2 X 500 MW Fuel: hard coal Generation issued an LOI to Reliance Energy for Operation: 1988-1989 Boiler supplier: CE, BHEL EPC work on the Rajiv Gandhi TPP in Hisar District. Fuel: hard coal T/G supplier: BHEL, Siemens The following month the BTG order for two 600-MW Boiler supplier: ICL Quick facts: The approved investment for Singrauli units was placed. The Rs3,800cr plant has fuel T/G supplier: GEC was Rs 1190.69 crore. The site is on Rihand linkage with Mahanadi coal field. The first unit was Quick facts: Two more 500-MW sets were added in Reservoir in Sonebhadra Dist. Some funding was synchronized in Nov 2009 and went commercial on 2005. from IDA and KfW. 5 Apr 2010 thereby becoming the largest single Photograph courtesy of Ministry of Power Photograph courtesy of Gammon Power Ltd generating unit in India. Haryana Vidyut Prasaran Posted 12 May 2004 Posted 15 Nov 2008 Nigam Ltd built two double-circuit 400kV lines and 400kV substations at Kirori and Fatehabad to evacuate power from the new plant. The line to Fatehabad was charged in January 2010. Photograph courtesy of Petron Engineering Construction Ltd Posted 21 Mar 2010 Tau Devi Lal 7&8 Unchahar Vindhyachal Location: Haryana Location: Uttar Pradesh Location: Madhya Pradesh Operator: Haryana Power Generation Corp Operator: NTPC Ltd Operator: NTPC Ltd Configuration: 2 X 250 MW Configuration: 4 X 210 MW Configuration: 6 X 210 MW, 4 X 500 MW Operation: 2004-2005 Operation: 1988-1999 Operation: 1987-2007 Fuel: coal Fuel: coal Fuel: bituminous coal Boiler supplier: BHEL Boiler supplier: BHEL Boiler supplier: Taganrog, BHEL T/G supplier: BHEL T/G supplier: Siemens, BHEL T/G supplier: LMZ, Electrosila, BHEL Quick facts: This plant is also known as Panipat. Quick facts: A fifth 210-MW unit is under EPC: TPE, Electrosila, BHEL Units 7&8 were commissioned within 34 months of construction for service in 2006 as Unchahar Stage Quick facts: This is the largest power plant in India. the contract award, a new record for India. III. Photograph courtesy of Sarkaritel.com Photograph courtesy of BHEL Photograph courtesy of BHEL Posted 30 Jun 2007 Posted 3 Aug 2005 Posted 26 Feb 2005 Abbreviations Data: industcards, Platts UDI World Electric Power Plants Data Base Updated 04/07/10www.industcards.com/st-coal-india.htm 2/3
  • 3. 06-10-2010 st-coal-india Homewww.industcards.com/st-coal-india.htm 3/3

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