Major Thermal Power Plants

Major Thermal Power Plants

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The Map showing Major Thermal Power Plants in India

Disclaimer: All efforts have been made to make this image accurate. However Compare Infobase Limited and its directors do not own any responsibility for the correctness or authencity of the same. A thermal power plant is generally a steam driven power plant. The force that spins the turbines in the plant is steam that is either used to drive an electric generator or any other work that requires power. However there are variations in the functioning of different types of thermal power plants which mostly depends of the kind of fuel used. The most frequently used fuel for thermal power plants in India is coal. About 70% of the electricity consumed in India is generated through thermal power plants. India is home to numerous thermal power plants which are renowned all over the world. Below is a list of the Major Thermal Power Plants in India Anpara thermal power station- Uttar Pradesh Located on the banks of rihand reservoir in the district of sonebhadra in Uttar Pradesh the Anpara thermal power station is a coal fired thermal power plant. Situated at a distance of 200 km from Varanasi on pipri-singrauli road this powe station is well connected by air/rail and road route from other major cities. This thermal power plant has 5 operational units with a total installed capacity of 500 MW. Bakreswar Thermal Power Project - West Bengal The Bakreswar Thermal Power Project is one of the most prominent thermal power projects in India. It is situated at a distance of just 260 Km away from Kolkata. The project has clear rail track access via Chinpai on the Andal-Sinthia Line of Eastern Railways. The Bakreswar Thermal Power Project is running with five operational units having total installed capacity of 1050 MW. Expansion of another 600 MW unit (sixth unit) has been envisaged for implementation during the Eleventh-Five-year Plan period. Panipat Thermal Power Station II A coal based Thermal Power Plants in India the Panipat Thermal Power Station II is located in Panipat in Haryana. Developed under four stages this thermal power plant has 8 units in total with an installed capacity of 250 MW. Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram Thermal Power Station A coal based power plant of HPGCL the Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram Thermal Power Plant is located at Yamunagar in Haryana. Commissioned in April 2008 with its first unit today this power plant has two units with a total installed capacity of 600 MW.

Rajiv Gandhi Thermal Power Station The Rajiv Gandhi Thermal Power Station is situated in Kedar in the Hisar district of Haryana. One of the lowest costing power projects in India so far this power plant is a coal based power plants of HPGCL. This thermal power plant has 2 units with a total installed capacity of 600 MW. Kota Super Thermal Power Plant Situated on the bank of River Chambal near Kota in Rajasthan this thermal power station is the state's first major coal fired power plant. Known as one of the most efficient and prestigious thermal power plants in India the Kota Super Thermal Power Plant has received many awards for productivity during 1984,1987, 1989, 1981 and every year since 1992 on wards. This thermal power plant has 28 units with an installed capacity of 1240 MW. Last Updated on 12 October 2010

Major Thermal Power Plants in India
Major Thermal Power Plants in India Madhya Amarkantak TPS Chachai Pradesh Anpara TPS Anpara Uttar Pradesh Anta Thermal Power Station Anta Rajasthan Arasmeta CPP (private) Janjgir Chattisgarh Auraiya Thermal Power Station Dibiyapur Uttar Pradesh Badarpur TPP Badarpur NCT Delhi Bakreswar TPS Suri West Bengal Barauni TPP Barauni Bihar Barsingsar LignitPower Plant e Barsingsar Rajasthan Bellary TPP Kudatini Karnataka Bhusawal TPS Deepnagar Maharastra Bokarao Thermal Power Station 'B' Bokaro Jharkhand Chandrapur STPS Chandrapur Maharastra Chandrapura Thermal Power Chandrapura Jharkhand Station Chhabra STPP Mothipura Rajasthan Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram TPP Yamunanagar Haryana Andhra Dr Narla Tatarao TPS Ibrahimpatnam Pradesh Dr Shyama Prakash Mukharjee Chattisgarh TPP Durgapur Thermal Power Station Durgapur West Bengal Durgapur TPP Durgapur West Bengal Ennore TPS Ennore Tamilnadu Farakka STPS Nagarun West Bengal

Faridabad Thermal Power Plant Feroz Gandhi Unchahar TPP Gandhinagar TPS Giral Lignite TPS Guru Gobind SSTP Guru Hargobind TP Guru Nanak dev TP Harduaganj TPS IB Thermal pp Indraprashta PS Jhanor-Gandhar TPS Jindal Megha PP (private) JSW Vijanagar PP-II (private) Kahalgaon STPS

Punjab Uttar Pradesh Orissa NCT Delhi Gujarat Chattisgarh Karnataka Bihar Andhra Kakatiya TPS Chelpur Pradesh Kaparkheda TPS Kaparkheda Maharastra Kawas TPS Adityanagar Gujarat Kolaghat TPS Mecheda West Bengal Koradi TPS Koradi Maharastra Korba STPP Jamani Palli Chattisgarh STPS Kota Rajasthan Andhra Kothagudem TPS Paloncha Pradesh Andhra Kothagudem V stage TPS Paloncha Pradesh Kutch Lignite TPS Panandhro Gujarat Lanco Amarkantak TPP (private) Pathadi Chattisgarh Lanco Udupi TPP (private) Nandikoor Karnataka Mejia Thermal Power Station Durlavpur West Bengal Mettur TPS Metturdam Tamilnadu Muzaffarpur TPP Kanti Bihar Nashik TPS Nashik Maharastra National Capital TPP Vidyutnagar Uttar Pradesh Neyveli TPS 1 Neyveli Tamilnadu Neyveli TPS 2 Neyveli Tamilnadu North Chennai TPS Athipattu Tamilnadu Obra TPS Obra Uttar Pradesh Panipat TPP 1 Assan Haryana Panipat TPP 2 Assan Haryana Panki TPS Panki Uttar Pradesh Paras TPS Vidyutnagar Maharastra Pariccha TPS Pariccha Uttar Pradesh Parli TPS Parli-Vaijnath Maharastra Raichur Super TPS Raichur Karnataka

Mujedi Unchahar Gandhinagar Thumbli Ghanauli Lehra Mohabbat Bathinda Harduaganj Banharpali Delhi Urjanagar Tamnar Vijaynagar Kahalgaon

Haryana Uttar Pradesh Gujarat Rajasthan Punjab Punjab

Rajghat PS Rajiv Gandhi CCPP Rajwest Lignite Power Plant (private) Ramagundam B TPS Ramagundam STPS Rayalaseema TPS Rihand TPP Rosa TPP (private) Sabarmati TPS (Private) Sagardighi TPS Sanjay Gandhi TPS Santaldih TPS Satpura TPS Sikka TPS Simhadri STPS Singrauli Super Thermal Power Station Sipat TPP Surat Lignite TPS Suratgarh STPS Talcher STPS Talcher TPP Tanda TPP Tuticorin TPS Ukai TPS Vindhyachal STPS VS Lignite Power Plant (private) Wanakbori TPS

Delhi kayamkulam Rajasthan

NCT Delhi Kerala

Andhra Pradesh Andhra Jyothi Nagar Pradesh Andhra Cuddapah Pradesh Rihand Nagar Uttar Pradesh Rosa Uttar Pradesh Ahamadabad Gujarat Manigram West Bengal Madhya Birsinghpur Pradesh West Bengal Madhya Sarni Pradesh Jamnagar Gujarat Andhra Simhadri Pradesh Ramagundam Shaktinagar Sipat Nani Naroli Suratgarh Kaniha Talcher Vidyutnagar Tuticorin Ukai dam Uttar Pradesh

Chattisgarh Gujarat Rajasthan Orissa Orissa Uttar Pradesh Tamilnadu Gujarat Madhya Vidhya Nagar Pradesh Gurha Rajasthan Wanakbori Gujarat

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Non-renewable
Nuclear Main article: Nuclear power in India

Nuclear power is the fourth-largest source of electricity in India after thermal, hydro and wind power.[1] As of 2010, India had 16 nuclear power reactors in operation generating 4,560 MW while 4 other are under construction and are expected to generate an additional 2,720 MW.[2] Nineteen nuclear power reactors operated at six sites by the Nuclear Power Corporation of India produce 4,560.00 MW, 2.9% of total installed base.[3]
Install React Under ed Plant or construct Region Capaci Coordina units ion ty tes (MW) (MW) (MW)

Power Operat Establishm Location station or ent Date

District

State

Narora Atomic Power Station

NPCIL

January 1, Narora 1991

Bulandsha Uttar North 2 x hr Pradesh ern 220

440

-

28°09′26 ″N 78°24′34 ″E

1x Rajastha 100, n Atomic December Rawatbh North 1 x NPCIL Chittorgarh Rajasthan 1180 Power 16, 1973 ata ern 200, Station 4x 220 Tarapur Atomic October NPCIL Power 28, 1969 Station 2x Maharas Weste 160, 1,400 htra rn 2x 540

24°52′21 ″N 75°36′57 ″E

Tarapur Thane

19°49′51 ″N 72°39′30 ″E

Kakrapar Atomic May 6, NPCIL Power 1993 Station

Kakrapar Surat

Gujarat

Weste 2 x rn 220

440

2 x 700

21°14′09 ″N 73°21′03 ″E

Kudankul November am 20, 1988 Kudankul Tamilnad Southe 2 x Nuclear NPCIL (signed by Tirunelveli am u rn 1000 Power PM), Plant January

2000

08°10′03 ″N 77°42′46

Power Operat Establishm Location station or ent Date 14, 2004 Operation al Madras Atomic Power Station

District

State

Install React Under ed Plant or construct Region Capaci Coordina units ion ty tes (MW) (MW) (MW) ″E

BHAVI January NI 24, 1984

Kalpakka Kancheepu Tamilnad Southe 1 x m ram u rn 500

-

500

12°33′10 ″N 80°10′23 ″E

Kaiga Nuclear November NPCIL Kaiga Power 16, 2000 Plant

Uttara Kannada

Karnatak Southe 4 x a rn 220

660

220

14°51′53 ″N 74°26′19 ″E

Madras Atomic Power Station Total

NPCIL

January 24, 1984

Kalpakka Kancheepu Tamil m ram Nadu

Southe 2 x rn 220

440

-

12°33′27 ″N 80°10′31 ″E

6

19

4,560 2,720

Thermal Power

Thermal power is the largest source of power in India.There are different types of Thermal power plants based on the fuel used to generate the steam such as coal, gas, Diesel etc. About 75% of electricity consumed in india are generated by Thermal power plants.
Coal and Lignite Based

More than 50% of India's commercial energy demand is met through the country's vast coal reserves. Public sector undertaking National Thermal Power Corporation and several other state level power generating companies are engaged in operating coal based Thermal Power Plants.Apart from NTPC and other state level operators, some private companies are also operating the power plants. Here is some list of currently operating Coal based Thermal power plants in India. As on July 31, 2010, and as per the Central Electricity Authority the total installed capacity of Coal or Lignite based power plants in India are 87093.38 MW.[4]
Secto Region r Capacit Coordina y tes (MW)

Name

Operator

Location

District

State

Units

Name Rajghat Power Station Panipat Thermal Power Station I

Operator

Location

District

State

Secto Region r State Northe rn

Units

Capacit Coordina y tes (MW)

IPGCL

Rajghat

North Delhi Delhi

HPGCL

Assan

Panipat

Haryana

State

29°23′51″ Northe 4 x 110 440.00 N rn 76°52′32″ E

Panipat Thermal Power Station II

HPGCL

Assan

Panipat

Haryana

State

29°23′51″ Northe 2 x 210, 920.00 N rn 2 x 250 76°52′32″ E

Faridabad Thermal HPGCL Power Station Rajiv Gandhi Thermal Power Station

Faridabad

Faridabad

Haryana

State

Northe 1 x 55 rn

55.00

28°22′28″ N 77°18′21″ E

HPGCL

Khedar

Hisar

Haryana

State

29°21′25″ Northe 1 x 600 600.00 N rn 75°52′02″ E

Guru Nanak dev PSPCL TP

Bathinda

Bathinda

Punjab

State

30°14′02″ Northe 4 x 110 440.00 N rn 74°55′26″ E

Guru Hargobind PSPCL TP Guru Gobind Singh Super Thermal

Lehra Mohabbat

Bathinda

Punjab

State

30°16′04″ Northe 2 x 210, 920.00 N rn 2 x 250 75°09′53″ E Northe 1260.0 31°02′32″ 6 x 210 rn 0 N 76°35′02″

PSPCL

Ghanauli

Rupnagar

Punjab

State

Name Power Plant

Operator

Location

District

State

Secto Region r

Units

Capacit Coordina y tes (MW) E

Suratgarh Super Thermal RVUNL Power Plant Kota Super Thermal RVUNL Power Plant

Suratgarh

Sri Northe 1500.0 29°10′56″ Rajasthan State 6 x 250 N Ganganagar rn 0 74°01′09″ E 2 x 110, Northe 1240.0 25°10′17″ 3 x 210, N rn 0 2 x 195 75°48′54″ E

Kota

Kota

Rajasthan State

Giral Lignite Power Plant

RVUNL

Thumbli

Barmer

Rajasthan State

26°02′44″ Northe 2 x 125 250.00 N rn 71°15′13″ E

Chhabra Thermal Power Plant

RVUNL

Mothipura

Baran

Rajasthan State

24°37′14″ Northe 2 x 250 500.00 N rn 77°02′10″ E

Obra Thermal Power Station

UPRVUNL Obra

Uttar Sonebhadra Pradesh

1 x 40, 3 Northe 1,322.0 24°26′41″ State x 94, 5 x N rn 0 200 82°58′41″ E

Anpara Thermal Power Station

UPRVUNL Anpara

Sonebhadra

Uttar Pradesh

State

Northe 3 x 210, 1630.0 24°12′11″ N rn 2 x 500 0 82°47′18″ E

Panki Thermal Power Station

UPRVUNL Panki

Kanpur

Uttar Pradesh

State

26°28′35″ Northe 2 x 105 210.00 N rn 80°14′31″ E

Name

Operator

Location

District

State

Secto Region r

Units

Capacit Coordina y tes (MW)

Parichha Thermal Power Station

UPRVUNL Parichha

Jhansi

Uttar Pradesh

State

25°30′51″ Northe 2 x 110, 640.00 N rn 2 x 210 78°45′36″ E

Harduagan j Thermal UPRVUNL Harduaganj Aligarh Power Station

Uttar Pradesh

1 x 55, 1 28°01′00″ Northe State x 60, 1 x 220.00 N rn 105 78°07′50″ E

Badarpur Thermal power plant Singrauli Super Thermal Power Station

NTPC

Badarpur

New Delhi

NCT Delhi

28°30′22″ Centr Northe 3 x 95, 2 705.00 N al rn x 210 77°18′26″ E

NTPC

Shaktinagar Sonebhadra

Uttar Pradesh

Centr Northe 5 x 200, 2000.0 24°06′16″ N al rn 2 x 500 0 82°42′27″ E

Barsingsar Lignite NLC Power Plant

Barsingsar

Bikaner

Rajasthan

27°49′09″ Centr Northe 2 x 125 250.00 N al rn 73°12′28″ E

Rihand Thermal Power Station

NTPC

Rihand Nagar

Sonebhadra

Uttar Pradesh

Centr Northe 2000.0 24°01′39″ 4 x 500 N al rn 0 82°47′28″ E

NTPC Dadri

NTPC

Vidyutnagar

Gautam Uttar Budh Nagar Pradesh

Feroj Gandhi

NTPC

Unchahar

Raebareli

Uttar Pradesh

Centr Northe 4 x 210, 1820.0 28°36′04″ N al rn 2 x 490 0 77°36′25″ E Centr Northe 1050.0 5 x 210 al rn 0

Name Unchahar Thermal Power Plant Tanda Thermal Power Plant

Operator

Location

District

State

Secto Region r

Units

Capacit Coordina y tes (MW) 25°54′52″ N 81°19′33″ E

NTPC

Vidyutnagar

Ambedkar Nagar

Uttar Pradesh

26°35′22″ Centr Northe 4 x 110 440.00 N al rn 82°36′04″ E

Raj west Lignite Power Plant

JSW

Barmer

Barmer

Rajasthan

25°53′20″ Privat Northe 1 x 135 135.00 N e rn 71°19′25″ E

VS Lignite Power KSK Plant

Gurha

Bikaner

Rajasthan

27°51′18″ Privat Northe 1 x 125 125.00 N e rn 72°51′22″ E

Rosa Thermal Power Plant Northern Ukai Thermal Power Station

Reliance

Rosa

Shahjahanp Uttar ur Pradesh

Privat Northe 1200.0 27°49′07″ 4 x 300 N e rn 0[5] 79°56′10″ E 28 104 21,882.00 2 x 120, Wester State 2 x 200, 850 n 1 x 210

GSECL

Ukai dam

Tapi

Gujarat

21°12′39″ N 73°33′26″ E

Gandhinag ar Thermal GSECL Power Station Wanakbori Thermal GSECL Power

Gandhinaga Gandhinaga Gujarat r r

State

Wester 2 x 120, 870 n 3 x 210

23°14′59″ N 72°40′26″ E

Wanakbori Kheda

Gujarat

State

Wester 7 x 210 1470 n

22°52′39″

Name Station

Operator

Location

District

State

Secto Region r

Units

Capacit Coordina y tes (MW) N 73°21′35″ E

Sikka Thermal Power Station

GSECL

Jamnagar

Jamnagar

Gujarat

State

Wester 2 x 120 240 n

22°25′20″ N 69°49′37″ E

Dhuvaran Thermal GSECL Power Station

Khambhat

Anand

Gujarat

State

Wester 2 x 110 220 n

22°13′59″ N 72°45′25″ E

Kutch Thermal Power Station

GSECL

Panandhro Kutch

Gujarat

State

Wester 2 x 70, 2 290 n x 75

23°39′50″ N 68°47′01″ E

Surat Thermal Power Station

GIPCL

Nani Naroli Surat

Gujarat

State

Wester 4 x 125 500 n

21°23′46″ N 73°06′22″ E

Akrimota Thermal Power Station

GMDC

Chher Nani Kutch

Gujarat

State

Wester 2 x 125 250 n

23°46′21″ N 68°38′44″ E

Satpura Thermal Power Station Sanjay Gandhi Thermal Power Station

MPPGCL

Sarni

Betul

Madhya Pradesh

State

5 x 37.5, 22°06′33″ Wester 1 x 200, 1017.5 N n 3 x 210 78°10′24″ E Wester 4 x 210, 1340 n 1 x 500

MPPGCL

Birsinghpur Umaria

Madhya Pradesh

State

23°18′18″ N 81°03′51″

Name

Operator

Location

District

State

Secto Region r

Units

Capacit Coordina y tes (MW) E

Amarkanta k Thermal MPPGCL Power Station

Chachai

Anuppur

Madhya Pradesh

State

Wester 2 x 120, 450 n 1 x 210

23°09′52″ N 81°38′17″ E

Bhawnend ra Singh CSPGCL Deo Power Plant Dr Shyama Prasad Mukharjee CSPGCL Thermal Power Plant Korba West Hasdeo CSPGCL Thermal Power Plant Koradi Thermal Power Station

Korba

Chattisgar Wester 4 x 50, 2 State 440 h n x 120

22°23′01″ N 82°43′08″ E

Korba

Chattisgar Wester State 2 x 250 500 h n

22°22′12″ N 82°43′16″ E

Korba

Chattisgar Wester State 4 x 210 840 h n

22°24′45″ N 82°41′19″ E

MAHAGEN Koradi CO

Nagpur

Maharastr Wester 1 x 200, State 620 a n 2 x 210

21°14′52″ N 79°05′53″ E

Nashik Thermal Power Station

MAHAGEN Nashik CO

Nashik

Maharastr Wester State 3 x 210 630 a n

19°58′50″ N 73°53′29″ E

Bhusawal Thermal MAHAGEN Deepnagar Jalgaon Power CO Station

Maharastr Wester State 2 x 210 420 a n

21°02′57″ N 75°50′32″ E

Name

Operator

Location

District

State

Secto Region r

Units

Capacit Coordina y tes (MW)

Paras Thermal Power Station

MAHAGEN Vidyutnagar Akola CO

Maharastr Wester State 2 x 250 500 a n

20°42′55″ N 76°47′37″ E

Parli Thermal Power Station

MAHAGEN ParliCO Vaijnath

Beed

Maharastr Wester 3 x 210, State 1130 a n 2 x 250

18°54′21″ N 76°32′36″ E

Khaperkhe da MAHAGEN Thermal Kaparkheda Nagpur CO Power Station Chandrapu r Super MAHAGEN Thermal Urjanagar CO Power Station Vindhyach al Super Thermal NTPC Power Station Korba Super Thermal Power Plant Sipat Thermal Power Plant

Maharastr Wester State 4 x 210 840 a n

21°16′55″ N 79°06′54″ E

Chandrapur

Maharastr Wester 4 x 210, State 2340 a n 3 x 500

20°00′24″ N 79°17′21″ E

Vindhya Nagar

Sidhi

Madhya Pradesh

Centr Wester 6 x 210, 4760 al n 7 x 500

24°05′53″ N 82°40′18″ E

NTPC

Jamani Palli Korba

Chattisgar Centr Wester 3 x 200, 2600 h al n 4 x 500

22°23′11″ N 82°40′58″ E

NTPC

Sipat

Bilaspur

2x Chattisgar Centr Wester 500,2 x 2320 h al n 660 Chattisgar Centr Wester 2 x 250 500 h al n

22°07′57″ N 82°17′24″ E

Bhilai NTPCExpansion SAIL(JV)

Bhilai

Durg

Name Power Plant

Operator

Location

District

State

Secto Region r

Units

Capacit Coordina y tes (MW) 21°10′58″ N 81°25′28″ E

Sabarmati Thermal Torrent Power Power Station

Ahmedabad

Gujarat

1 x 60, 1 Privat Wester x 120, 2 400 e n x 110

23°04′14″ N 72°35′38″ E

Mundra Thermal Power Station

Adani power

Mundra

Kutch

Gujarat

Privat Wester 4 x 330, 4620 e n 5 X 660

22°49′22″ N 69°33′10″ E

Jindal Megha Power Plant

Jindal

Tamnar

Raigarh

Chattisgar Privat Wester 4 x 250 1000 h e n

22°06′16″ N 83°27′04″ E

Lanco Amarkanta Lanco k Power Plant

Pathadi

Korba

Chattisgar Privat Wester 2 x 300 600 h e n

22°14′44″ N 82°43′24″ E

Trombay Thermal Power Station

Tata

Trombay

Mumbai

1 x 150, Maharastr Privat Wester 2 x 500, 1400 a e n 1 x 250

19°00′09″ N 72°53′54″ E

Dahanu Thermal Power Station Wardha Warora Power Station

Reliance Energy Limited

Dahanu

Thane

Maharastr Privat Wester 2 x 250 500 a e n

19°57′12″ N 72°44′54″ E

KSK

Warora

Chandrapur

Maharastr Privat Wester 1 x 135 135 a e n

Name Western Amravati Thermal Power Plant

Operator

Location

District

State

Secto Region r

Units 32

Capacit Coordina y tes (MW) 135 29,447.50

INDIABULL Nandgaonp Amravati S eth

Maharash Wester State 10 X 270 2700 tra n

Ramagund am B Ramagunda Andhra Thermal APGENCO Karimnagar m Pradesh Power Station Kothagude m Thermal APGENCO Paloncha Power Station Kothagude m Thermal Power APGENCO Paloncha Station V Stage

State

Southe 1 x 62.5 62.5 rn

18°43′31″ N 79°30′47″ E

Khammam

Andhra Pradesh

State

Southe 4 x 60, 4 720 rn x 120

17°37′18″ N 80°41′15″ E

Khammam

Andhra Pradesh

State

Southe 2 x 250 500 rn

17°37′24″ N 80°42′06″ E

Dr Narla Tatarao TPS

APGENCO

Ibrahimpatn Krishna am

Andhra Pradesh

State

Southe 6 x 210, 1760 rn 1 x 500

16°35′58″ N 80°32′12″ E

Rayalasee ma Thermal APGENCO Cuddapah Power Station Kakatiya Thermal Power Station Raichur Thermal Power

YSR

Andhra Pradesh

State

Southe 4 x 210 840 rn

14°42′14″ N 78°27′29″ E

APGENCO Chelpur

Warangal

Andhra Pradesh

State

Southe 1 x 500 500 rn

18°23′02″ N 79°49′42″ E

KPCL

Raichur

Raichur

Karnataka State

Southe 7 x 210, 1720 rn 1 x 250

16°21′20″

Name Station

Operator

Location

District

State

Secto Region r

Units

Capacit Coordina y tes (MW) N 77°20′36″ E

Bellary Thermal Power Station North Chennai Thermal Power Station Ennore Thermal Power Station

KPCL

Kudatini

Bellary

Karnataka State

Southe 1 x 500 500 rn

15°11′37″ N 76°43′16″ E

TNEB

Athipattu

Thiruvallore

Tamilnad Southe State 3 x 210 630 u rn

13°15′12″ N 80°19′41″ E

TNEB

Ennore

Chennai

Tamilnad Southe 2 x 60, 3 State 450 u rn x 110

13°12′07″ N 80°18′40″ E

Mettur Thermal Power Station

TNEB

Metturdam Salem

Tamilnad Southe State 4 x 210 840 u rn

11°46′19″ N 77°48′49″ E

Tuticorin Thermal Power Station

TNEB

Tuticorin

Tuticorin

Tamilnad Southe State 5 x 210 1050 u rn

08°45′44″ N 78°10′32″ E

NTPC Ramagund NTPC am Simhadri Super Thermal Power Plant

Jyothi Nagar Karimnagar

Andhra Pradesh

Centr Southe 3 x 200, 2600 al rn 4 x 500

18°45′31″ N 79°27′17″ E

NTPC

Simhadri

Visakhapatn Andhra am Pradesh

Centr Southe 4 x 500 2000 al rn

17°35′42″ N 83°05′18″

Name

Operator

Location

District

State

Secto Region r

Units

Capacit Coordina y tes (MW) E

Neyveli Thermal NLC Power Station - I

Neyveli

Cuddalore

6 x 50, 3 Tamilnad Centr Southe x 100, 2 1020 u al rn x 210

11°35′34″ N 79°28′17″ E

Neyveli Thermal NLC Power Station - II

Neyveli

Cuddalore

Tamilnad Centr Southe 7 x 210 1470 u al rn

11°33′28″ N 79°26′31″ E

JSW ELSBU-I Power Plant

JSW

Vijayanagar Bellary

Karnataka

Privat Southe 2 x 130 260 e rn

15°10′54″ N 76°40′36″ E

JSW ELSBU-II Power Plant

JSW

Vijayanagar Bellary

Karnataka

Privat Southe 2 x 300 600 e rn

15°10′54″ N 76°40′36″ E

Udupi Thermal Power Plant

Lanco

Nandikoor

Udupi

Karnataka

Privat Southe 1 x 600 600 e rn

13°08′49″ N 74°48′02″ E

Neyveli Zero Unit

STPS

Neyveli

Cuddalore

Tamilnad Privat Southe 1 x 250 250 u e rn

Southern Barauni Thermal Power Station

20

83

11°32′33″ N 79°24′57″ E 17,372.5

BSEB

Barauni

Begusarai

Bihar

State

Easter 2 x 50, 2 310 n x 105

25°23′59″ N 86°01′20″ E

Name

Operator

Location

District

State

Secto Region r

Units

Capacit Coordina y tes (MW)

Muzafferp ur Thermal KBUCL Power Station

Kanti

Muzaffarpur Bihar

State

Easter 2 x 110 220 n

26°11′41″ N 85°18′06″ E

Patratu Thermal Power Station

JSEB

Patratu

Ramgarh

4 x 40, 2 Easter x 90, 2 x Jharkhand State 770 n 105, 2 x 110

23°38′27″ N 85°17′36″ E

Tenughat Thermal Power Station

TVNL

Jharkhand State

Easter 2 x 210 420 n

23°43′38″ N 85°45′53″ E

Kolaghat Thermal Power Station

WBPDCL

Mecheda

East West Midnapore Bengal

State

Easter 6 x 210 1260 n

22°25′00″ N 87°52′15″ E

Bakreshwa r Thermal WBPDCL Power Station

Suri

Birbhum

West Bengal

State

Easter 5 x 210 1050 n

23°49′43″ N 87°27′06″ E

Bandel Thermal Power Station

WBPDCL

Hooghly

West Bengal

State

Easter 4 x 60, 1 450 n x 210

22°59′44″ N 88°24′13″ E

Santaldih Thermal Power Station Sagardigi Thermal

WBPDCL

Purulia

West Bengal

State

Easter 4 x 120, 730 n 1 x 250

23°36′08″ N 86°28′06″ E

WBPDCL

Monigram

Murshidaba West d Bengal

State

Easter 2 x 300 600 n

Name Power Station

Operator

Location

District

State

Secto Region r

Units

Capacit Coordina y tes (MW) 24°22′44″ N 88°05′44″ E

Durgapur Thermal Power Plant

DPL

Durgapur

Bardhaman

West Bengal

2 x 30, 1 x 70, 2 x Easter State 75, 1 x 690 n 110, 1 x 300

23°31′09″ N 87°18′05″ E

IB Thermal Power OPGCL Plant

Banharpali

Jharsuguda Orissa

State

Easter 8 x 120 960 n

21°41′23″ N 83°51′36″ E

Captive Power Plant

NALCO

Angul

Angul

Orissa

State

Easter 2 x 210 420 n

20°51′11″ N 85°11′26″ E

Kahalgaon Super Thermal NTPC Power Station Bokaro Thermal Power Station B

Kahalgaon

Bhagalpur

Bihar

Centr Easter 4 x 210, 2340 al n 3 x 500

25°14′34″ N 87°15′48″ E

DVC

Bokaro

Bokaro

Jharkhand

Centr Easter 3 x 210 630 al n

23°47′04″ N 85°52′50″ E

Chandrapu ra Thermal DVC Power Station Farakka Super Thermal Power Station

Chandrapur Bokaro a

3 x 130, Centr Easter Jharkhand 3 x 120, 1250 al n 2 x 250

NTPC

Nagarun

Murshidaba West d Bengal

Centr Easter 3 x 200, 1600 al n 2 x 500

24°46′23″ N 87°53′43″ E

Name

Operator

Location

District

State

Secto Region r

Units

Capacit Coordina y tes (MW)

Durgapur Thermal Power Station

DVC

Durgapur

Bardhaman

West Bengal

Centr Easter 1 x 140, 350 al n 1 x 210

23°31′59″ N 87°15′00″ E

Mejia Thermal Power Station Talcher Super Thermal Power Station Talcher Thermal Power Station

DVC

Durlavpur

Bankura

West Bengal

4 x 210, Centr Easter 2 x 250, 2340 al n 2 x 500

23°27′47″ N 87°07′51″ E

NTPC

Kaniha

Angul

Orissa

Centr Easter 6 x 500 3000 al n

21°05′49″ N 85°04′30″ E

NTPC

Talcher

Angul

Orissa

Centr Easter 4x 60, 2 460 al n x 110

20°54′41″ N 85°12′27″ E

Hirakud Hindalco Hirakud Power:CPP Industries

Sambalpur Orissa

Privat Easter 1x 67.5, 367.5 e CPP n 3 x 100

21°47′08″ N 84°03′18″ E

Budge Budge Thermal Power Plant Titagarh Thermal Power Station CESC Southern

CESC

Achipur

South 24 Paraganas

West Bengal

Privat Easter 3 x 250 750 e n

22°28′09″ N 88°08′23″ E

CESC

North 24 Paraganas

West Bengal

Privat Easter 4 x 60 e n

240

22°43′56″ N 88°22′11″ E

CESC

West Bengal

Privat Easter 3 x 67.5 135 e n

Name Generating Station

Operator

Location

District

State

Secto Region r

Units

Capacit Coordina y tes (MW) 22°32′58″ N 88°17′29″ E

Jojobera TPP

Tata

Jojobera

3x Privat Easter Jamshedpur Jharkhand 120,1x6 427.5 e n 7.5

22°45′21″ N 86°14′57″ E

Jharsugud Vedanta a TPP

Jharsuguda Jharsuguda Orisa

Privat Easter 4x600 e IPP n

2400

21°48′49″ N 84°02′23″ E

Vedanta Aluminim Vedanta CPP Eastern Total

Jharsuguda Jharsuguda Orisa

Privat Easter 9x135 e CPP n

1215

22 102

104 426

21°47′08″ N 84°03′18″ E 19,015.0 86,397.00

Gas or Liquid Fuel Based

As on June 30, 2011, and as per the Central Electricity Authority the total installed capacity of Gas based power plants in India is 17,706.35 MW.[4] This accounts for 10% of the total installed capacity.GAIL is the main source of fuel for most of these plants. Here is some list of presently operating plants.
Installe d Plant Secto Unit wise Region Capacit Coordina r Capacity y tes (MW) Northe 9 x 30 rn 270.00

Power station

Operator Location

District

State

IPGCL Gas Turbine IPGCL Power Station Pragati Gas PPCL Power

New Delhi

NCT Delhi State

New Delhi

NCT Delhi State

Northe 2 x 104.6, 330.40 rn 1 x 121.2

Power station Station Pragati-III Combined Cycle Power Plant Pampore Gas Turbine Station I Pampore Gas Turbine Station II Ramgarh Gas Thermal Power Station

Operator Location

District

State

Installe d Plant Secto Unit wise Region Capacit Coordina r Capacity y tes (MW)

PPCL

New Delhi

NCT Delhi State

Northe 4 x 250 rn

1000.00

J&K Govt Pampore

Pulwama

Jammu & Northe State 3 x 25 Kashmir rn

75.00

J&K Govt Pampore

Pulwama

Jammu & Northe State 4 x 25 Kashmir rn

100.00

RVUNL

Ramgarh

1 x 3, 1 x Northe 35.5, 1 x Rajasthan State 113.80 rn 37.5, 1 x 37.8

Dholpur Combined Cycle RVUNL Power Station Anta Thermal Power Station

Purani Chaoni

Dholpur

Rajasthan State

Northe 3 x 110 rn

26°42′09″ 330.00 N 77°50′56″ E

NTPC

Anta

Baran

Rajasthan

25°10′47″ Centr Northe 3 x 88, 1 413.00 N al rn x 149 76°19′08″ E

Auraiya Thermal Power Station

NTPC

Dibiyapur

Auraiya

26°37′50″ Uttar Centr Northe 4 x 110, 2 652.00 N Pradesh al rn x 106 79°39′41″ E Haryana Centr Northe 2 x 143, 1 430.00 28°20′49″ al rn x 144 N

Faridabad Thermal NTPC Power Plant

Mujedi

Faridabad

Power station

Operator Location

District

State

Installe d Plant Secto Unit wise Region Capacit Coordina r Capacity y tes (MW) 77°21′42″ E

National NTPC Capital TPP

Northern

28°35′38″ Vidyutnaga Gautam Budh Uttar Centr Northe 4 x 131, 2 817.00 N r Nagar Pradesh al rn x 146.5 77°36′38″ E 3,531.2 10 45 0

Dhuvaran Gas Based GSECL CCPP-I

Khambhat Anand

Gujarat

State

22°14′24″ Wester 1 x 67.85, 106.62 N n 1 x 38.77 72°45′09″ E

Dhuvaran Gas Based GSECL CCPP-II

Khambhat Anand

Gujarat

State

22°14′24″ Wester 1 x 72.51, 112.45 N n 1 x 39.94 72°45′09″ E

Utran Gas Based GSECL CCPP Vadodara Gas Based GIPCL CCPP-I Vadodara Gas Based GIPCL CCPP-II Uran Gas Turbine Power Station

Utran

Surat

Gujarat

3 x 30, 1 21°13′44″ Wester State x 45, 1 x 363.00 N n 228 72°52′14″ E State Wester 3 x 32, 1 145.00 n x 49 Wester 1 x 111, 1 165.00 n x 54

Vadodara

Vadodara

Gujarat

Vadodara

Vadodara

Gujarat

State

Mahagen Bokadvira Raigarh co

18°52′55″ Maharast Wester 4 x 108, 2 State 672.00 N ra n x 120 72°58′13″ E Gujarat Centr Wester 4 x 106, 2 645.00

Kawas TPS NTPC

Adityanaga Surat

Power station

Operator Location

District

State

r

Installe d Plant Secto Unit wise Region Capacit Coordina r Capacity y tes (MW) al n x 110.5 21°10′33″ N 72°41′14″ E

JhanorGandhar TPS

NTPC

Urjanagar Bharuch

Gujarat

21°46′48″ Centr Wester 3 x 131, 1 648.00 N al n x 255 72°58′45″ E

Goa Gas Power Station

RSPCL

Zuarinagar Goa

Goa

Privat Wester 1 x 32, 1 48.00 e n x 16

15°12′38″ N 73°52′37″ E

Vatva Combined Cycle Torrent Power Plant SUGEN Combined Cycle Torrent Power Plant Essar Combined Cycle Essar Power Plant GSEG Combined Cycle GSEG Power Plant GPEC Combined GPEC Cycle Power

Vatva

Ahamadabad Gujarat

Privat Wester 2 x 32.5, 100.00 e n 1 x 35

Akhakhol

Surat

Gujarat

Privat Wester 3 x 382.5 1147.50 e n

Hazira

Surat

Gujarat

21°06′39″ Privat Wester 3 x 110, 1 515.00 N e n x 185 72°39′19″ E

Hazira

Surat

Gujarat

Privat Wester 3 x 52 e n

21°09′57″ 156.00 N 72°42′16″ E

Paguthan

Bharuch

Gujarat

Privat Wester 3 x 135, 1 655.00 21°46′49″ e n x 250 N

Power station Plant

Operator Location

District

State

Installe d Plant Secto Unit wise Region Capacit Coordina r Capacity y tes (MW) 72°58′46″ E

Trombay Gas Power Tata Station

Trombay

Mumbai

Western Basin Bridge Gas Turbine TNEB Power Station Thirumako ttai Gas Turbine Power Station Kuttalam Gas Turbine Power Station Valathur Gas Turbine Power Station - I Valathur Gas Turbine Power Station - II Karaikal Gas Turbine Power Station

19°00′12″ Maharast Privat Wester 1 x 120, 1 180.00 N ra e n x 60 72°54′14″ E 5,892.5 15 56 7

Chennai

Chennai

Tamilnad Southe State 4 x 30 u rn

13°05′55″ 120.00 N 80°16′10″ E

TNEB

Thirumako Thiruvarur ttai

Tamilnad Southe 1 x 70, 1 State 108.88 10°32′29″ u rn x 38.88 N 79°27′1″E Tamilnad Southe 1 x 64, 1 State 101.00 u rn x 37

TNEB

Maruthur

Nagapattinam

TNEB

Valathur

Ramanathapu Tamilnad Southe 1 x 61, 1 State 95.00 ram u rn x 34

TNEB

Valathur

Ramanathapu Tamilnad Southe 1 x 59.8, State 92.10 ram u rn 1 x 32.3

PPCL

Karikal

Pondicherry

Pondiche Southe 1 x 22.9, State 32.50 rry rn 1 x 9.6

Power station

Operator Location

District

State

Installe d Plant Secto Unit wise Region Capacit Coordina r Capacity y tes (MW) 2x 09°14′19″ Centr Southe 115.20, 1 359.58 N al rn x 129.18 76°25′49″ E

Rajiv Gandhi CCPP

NTPC

kayamkula Alappuzha m

Kerala

Jegurupad u Combined GVK Cycle Power Plant - I

Jegurupad E Godavari u

2 x 46, 1 16°55′54″ Andhra Privat Southe x 49, 1 x 216.00 N Pradesh e rn 75 81°51′36″ E

APGPCL Plant - I

APGPCL

Vijjeswara W Godavari m

16°56′02″ Andhra Southe 2 x 33, 1 Joint 100.00 N Pradesh rn x 34 81°43′27″ E Andhra Privat Southe 2×1.1,1× 3.2 Pradesh e rn 1

Kusalava power Triveni plant,GMK Formly Spectrum Combined Spectru Cycle m Power Plant Gautami Combined Cycle Mytas Power Plant Konaseem a Combined KGPL Cycle Power Plant Lanco Lanco Kondapalli

Gollapalle E Godavari m

E Godavari

2 x 46, 1 17°03′31″ Andhra Privat Southe x 47, 1 x 209.00 N Pradesh e rn 70 82°18′34″ E

Peddapura E Godavari m

17°02′21″ Andhra Privat Southe 2 x 145, 1 464.00 N Pradesh e rn x 174 82°08′43″ E

Ravulapale E Godavari m

16°44′05″ Andhra Privat Southe 2 x 140, 1 445.00 N Pradesh e rn x 165 81°51′44″ E Andhra Privat Southe 2 x 368.13 Pradesh e rn 119.57, 1

Kondapalli Krishna

Power station Power Plant- I

Operator Location

District

State

Installe d Plant Secto Unit wise Region Capacit Coordina r Capacity y tes (MW) x 128.99 16°38′20″ N 80°33′00″ E

Lanco Kondapalli Lanco Power Plant- II Vemagiri Combined Cycle GMR Power Plant

Kondapalli Krishna

16°38′20″ Andhra Privat Southe 1 x 233, 1 366.00 N Pradesh e rn x 133 80°33′00″ E

Vemagiri

E Godavari

16°55′29″ Andhra Privat Southe 1 x 137, 1 370.00 N Pradesh e rn x 233 81°48′46″ E

Samarlakot a Combined Samarlakot Reliance E Godavari Cycle a Power Plant Aban Combined Cycle Lanco Power Plant Kochi Combined Cycle BSES Power Station PPN Combined Cycle Power Plant Southern

17°02′19″ Andhra Privat Southe 1 x 140, 1 220.00 N Pradesh e rn x 80 82°08′05″ E

Karuppur

Tanjore

Tamil nadu

11°07′16″ Privat Southe 1 x 74.41, 113.21 N e rn 1 x 38.80 79°31′45″ E Privat Southe 8 x 40.50, 157.00 e rn 1 x 35.5

Kochi

Kerala

Tamil nadu

Privat Southe e rn

11°04′31″ N 79°50′43″ E 47 4,057.5 0

18

Power station

Operator Location

District

State

Installe d Plant Secto Unit wise Region Capacit Coordina r Capacity y tes (MW) 4 x 15, 3 N x 20, 1 x State Easter 157.2 37.2(WH n RP)

Lakwa Thermal Power Station

APGCL

Maibella

Sivasagar

Assam

26°59′08″ N 94°55′42″ E

Namrup Thermal Power Station N Eastern Calcutta Electric Supply Corporatio n Total

APGCL

Dibrugarh

Assam

1 x 20, 2 N 27°11′11″ x 21, 1 x State Easter 111.00 N 11, 1 x n 95°22′34″ 24, 1 x 14 E 2 14 268.2

2000

45

161

13,748. 47

Diesel Based

As on July 31, 2010, and as per the Central Electricity Authority the total installed capacity of Diesel based power plants in India is 1,199.75 MW.[4] Normally the diesel based power plants are either operated from remote locations or operated to cater peak load demands. Here is some list of presently operating plants.
Instal Under led Plant Power Opera Distr Regio construc Location State Capa Coordin station tor ict n tion city ates (MW) (MW) Keylo ng Ambala Diese Harya Diesel Harya Stat North l na HP Govt Power na e ern Powe Govt Station r Statio n

Himac 1x hal Sta North 0. 0. Prade te ern 13 13 sh

Power Opera Distr Location State station tor ict Bemina Diesel Power Station Kamah Diesel Power Station Leh Diesel Power Station Upper Sindh Diesel Power Station Northern GMR VASAVI Diesel Power Plant Yelahank a Diesel Power Station Brahmap uram Diesel Power Station Kozhikod e Diesel Power Station Southern Gangtok Diesel Power Jamm u& Kashm ir Jamm u& Kashm ir Jamm u& Kashm ir

Instal Under led Plant Regio construc Capa Coordin n tion city ates (MW) (MW) Stat North 1 x 5 5.00 e ern

J&K Govt

J&K Govt

Stat North 1 x 0.06 e ern 0.06

J&K Govt

Stat North 1 x 2.18 e ern 2.18

J&K Govt

Jamm u& Stat North 1 x Kashm e ern 1.7 ir 6 8

1.70

12.99

for TNEB

Tamil Stat South 4x50 200 Nadu e ern

KPCL

Yelahank a

Karnat Stat South 6 x 127.92 aka e ern 21.32

KSEB

Brahmap uram

Kerala

Stat South 5 x 106.60 e ern 21.32

KSEB

Kozhikod e

Kerala

Stat South 8 x 128.00 e ern 16.00 3 19 362.52 4.00

Sikki m Gangtok Govt

Sikkim

Stat Easter e n

Power Opera Distr Location State station tor ict Station Ranipool Sikki Diesel m Ranipool Power Govt Station Eastern Suryacha kra Diesel SPCL A & N Power Station Islands Total

Instal Under led Plant Regio construc Capa Coordin n tion city ates (MW) (MW)

Sikkim

Stat South e ern 2

1.00 5.00 20 20.00 400.51

Anda man & Priv Island Nicob ate s ar 1 12 27

Renewable
Hydroelectric

Srisailam Dam across Krishna River.

Nagarjuna Sagar Dam across Krishna River.

Sardar Sarovar Dam on Narmada River.

Idukki arch dam on Periyar River. See also: National Hydroelectric Power Corporation

This is a list of major hydroelectric power plants in India.
Station Tehri Dam State Uttarakhand Andhra Pradesh Andhra Pradesh Gujarat Himachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh Punjab District Operator THDC India Ltd. APGenco Generator units 4*250, 4*100, 4*250 Capacity (MW) 2400 Plant Coordinates 30°22′40″N 78°28′50″E 16°05′13″N 78°53′50″E 16°36′N 79°20′E 21°49′49″N 73°44′50″E

Srisailam Dam

6 × 150, 7 × 110 1,670 1 X 110, 7 X 100.8, 5 X 30 6X200, 5X140 3 X 100 6 X 250

Nagarjunasagar

APGenco

965

Sardar Sarovar Baspa-II Nathpa Jhakri

SSNNL JHPL SJVNL

1,450 300 1,500

31°33′50″N 77°58′49″E 31°24′39″N 76°26′0″E

Bhakra Dam

BBMB

5 X 108, 5 X 157 1,325

Station Dehar (Pandoh) Baira Suil Chamera-I

State Himachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Jammu & Kashmir Jammu & Kashmir Karnataka

District

Operator

Generator units 6 X 165 3 X 60 3 X 180

Capacity (MW) 990 180 540

Plant Coordinates 31°24′47″N 76°52′06″E

Mandi BBMB NHPC NHPC

32°35′50″N 75°59′09″E 32°35′50″N 75°59′09″E 32°01′N 76°05′E 34°08′40″N 74°11′08″E

Chamera-II

NHPC

3 X 100

300

Pong Uri Hydroelectric Dam Dulhasti Salal

BBMB

6 x 66

396

NHPC NHPC NHPC

4 X 120 3 X 130 6 X 115 10 X 103.5, 2X27.5, 4X60 2X50, 1x135, 5X150, 3X50, 3X40

480 390 690

33°8′26″N 74°48′27″E 14°17′56″N 74°25′27″E 14°50′32″N 74°07′23″E 17°7′18″N 74°53′31″E 9°51′01″N 76°58′01″E 24°11′30″N 81°17′15″E 22°56′30″N 79°55′30″E 25°33′20″N

Sharavathi

KPCL

1,469

Kalinadi

Karnataka

KPCL

1,240

Linganamakki Dam

Karnataka

55

Idukki

Kerala Madhya Pradesh Madhya Pradesh Madhya Pradesh

KSEB

6 X 130

780

Bansagar Dam

425

Bargi Dam Madikheda Dam

105 60

Station

State

District

Operator

Generator units

Capacity (MW)

Plant Coordinates 77°51′10″E 22°05′N 74°54′E 22°17′02″N 76°28′17″E 24°33′N 93°47′E 24°18′N 93°9′E

Omkareshwar

Madhya Pradesh Madhya Pradesh Manipur

NHPC

8 X 65

520

Indira Sagar

NHPC

8 X 125

1,000

Loktak

NHPC

3 X 35

105

Khuga Dam

Manipur 4X70, 4X80, MahaGenco 2X20, 4X80, 4X250 MahaGenco 125 X 2 6 X 25

Koyna Ghatghar Pumped Storage Scheme Mulshi Dam

Maharashtra Maharashtra Maharashtra

1,960 250 150

17°24′06″N 73°45′08″E

18°31′37″N 73°30′39″E 19°29′8.7″N 075°22′12″E

Jayakwadi Dam Rangeet Teesta-V

Maharashtra Sikkim Sikkim NHPC NHPC 3 X 20 3 X 170

12 60 510

25°30′50″N 89°39′56″E 27°21′N 81°23′E 29°58′N 80°37′E

Tanakpur

Uttarakhand

NHPC

3 X 40

120

Dhauliganga-I Windpower

Uttarakhand

NHPC

4 X 70

280

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At present 54.09% or 93918.38 MW (Data Source CEA, as on 31/03/2011) of total electricity production in India is from Coal Based Thermal Power Station. A coal based thermal power plant converts the chemical energy of the coal into electrical energy. This is achieved by raising the steam in the boilers, expanding it through the turbine and coupling the turbines to the generators which converts mechanical energy into electrical energy.

Introductory overview
In a coal based power plant coal is transported from coal mines to the power plant by railway in wagons or in a merry-go-round system. Coal is unloaded from the wagons to a moving underground conveyor belt. This coal from the mines is of no uniform size. So it is taken to the Crusher house and crushed to a size of 20mm. From the crusher house the coal is either stored in dead storage( generally 40 days coal supply) which serves as coal supply in case of coal supply bottleneck or to the live storage(8 hours coal supply) in the raw coal bunker in the boiler house. Raw coal from the raw coal bunker is supplied to the Coal Mills by a Raw Coal Feeder. The Coal Mills or pulverizer pulverizes the coal to 200 mesh size. The powdered coal from the coal mills is carried to the boiler in coal pipes by high pressure hot air. The pulverized coal air mixture is burnt in the boiler in the combustion zone. Generally in modern boilers tangential firing system is used i.e. the coal nozzles/ guns form tangent to a circle. The temperature in fire ball is of the order of 1300 deg.C. The boiler is a water tube boiler hanging from the top. Water is converted to steam in the boiler and steam is separated from water in the boiler Drum. The saturated steam from the boiler drum is taken to the Low Temperature Superheater, Platen Superheater and Final Superheater respectively for superheating. The superheated steam from the final superheater is taken to the High Pressure Steam Turbine (HPT). In the HPT the steam

pressure is utilized to rotate the turbine and the resultant is rotational energy. From the HPT the out coming steam is taken to the Reheater in the boiler to increase its temperature as the steam becomes wet at the HPT outlet. After reheating this steam is taken to the Intermediate Pressure Turbine (IPT) and then to the Low Pressure Turbine (LPT). The outlet of the LPT is sent to the condenser for condensing back to water by a cooling water system. This condensed water is collected in the Hotwell and is again sent to the boiler in a closed cycle. The rotational energy imparted to the turbine by high pressure steam is converted to electrical energy in the Generator.

Diagram of a typical coal-fired thermal power station

Principal
Coal based thermal power plant works on the principal of Modified Rankine Cycle.

Components of Coal Fired Thermal Power Station:

Coal Preparation

i)Fuel preparation system: In coal-fired power stations, the raw feed coal from the coal storage area is first crushed into small pieces and then conveyed to the coal feed hoppers at the boilers. The coal is next pulverized into a very fine powder, so that coal will undergo complete combustion during combustion process.

** pulverizer is a mechanical device for the grinding of many different
types of materials. For example, they are used to pulverize coal for combustion in the steam-generating furnaces of fossil fuel power plants. Types of Pulverisers: Ball and Tube mills; Ring and Ball mills; MPS; Ball mill; Demolition. ii)Dryers: they are used in order to remove the excess moisture from coal mainly wetted during transport. As the presence of moisture will result in fall in efficiency due to incomplete combustion and also result in CO emission. iii)Magnetic separators: coal which is brought may contain iron particles. These iron particles may result in wear and tear. The iron particles may include bolts, nuts wire

fish plates etc. so these are unwanted and so are removed with the help of magnetic separators. The coal we finally get after these above process are transferred to the storage site. Purpose of fuel storage is two –
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Fuel storage is insurance from failure of normal operating supplies to arrive. Storage permits some choice of the date of purchase, allowing the purchaser to take advantage of seasonal market conditions. Storage of coal is primarily a matter of protection against the coal strikes, failure of the transportation system & general coal shortages.

There are two types of storage: 1. Live Storage(boiler room storage): storage from which coal may be withdrawn to supply combustion equipment with little or no remanding is live storage. This storage consists of about 24 to 30 hrs. of coal requirements of the plant and is usually a covered storage in the plant near the boiler furnace. The live storage can be provided with bunkers & coal bins. Bunkers are enough capacity to store the requisite of coal. From bunkers coal is transferred to the boiler grates. 2. Dead storage- stored for future use. Mainly it is for longer period of time, and it is also mandatory to keep a backup of fuel for specified amount of days depending on the reputation of the company and its connectivity.There are many forms of storage some of which are – 1. Stacking the coal in heaps over available open ground areas. 2. As in (I). But placed under cover or alternatively in bunkers. 3. Allocating special areas & surrounding these with high reinforced concerted retaking walls.

Boiler and auxiliaries

A Boiler or steam generator essentially is a container into which water can be fed and steam can be taken out at desired pressure, temperature and flow. This calls for application of heat on the container. For that the boiler should have a facility to burn a fuel and release the heat. The functions of a boiler thus can be stated as:1. To convert chemical energy of the fuel into heat energy 2. To transfer this heat energy to water for evaporation as well to steam for superheating. The basic components of Boiler are: 1. Furnace and Burners 2. Steam and Superheating

a. Low temperature superheater b. Platen superheater c. Final superheater

Economiser

It is located below the LPSH in the boiler and above pre heater. It is there to improve the efficiency of boiler by extracting heat from flue gases to heat water and send it to boiler drum. Advantages of Economiser include 1) Fuel economy: – used to save fuel and increase overall efficiency of boiler plant. 2) Reducing size of boiler: – as the feed water is preheated in the economiser and enter boiler tube at elevated temperature. The heat transfer area required for evaporation reduced considerably.

Air Preheater

The heat carried out with the flue gases coming out of economiser are further utilized for preheating the air before supplying to the combustion chamber. It is a necessary equipment for supply of hot air for drying the coal in pulverized fuel systems to facilitate grinding and satisfactory combustion of fuel in the furnace

Reheater

Power plant furnaces may have a reheater section containing tubes heated by hot flue gases outside the tubes. Exhaust steam from the high pressure turbine is rerouted to go inside the reheater tubes to pickup more energy to go drive intermediate or lower pressure turbines.

Steam turbines

Steam turbines have been used predominantly as prime mover in all thermal power stations. The steam turbines are mainly divided into two groups: 1. Impulse turbine 2. Impulse-reaction turbine The turbine generator consists of a series of steam turbines interconnected to each other and a generator on a common shaft. There is a high pressure turbine at one end, followed by an intermediate pressure turbine, two low pressure turbines, and the generator. The steam at high temperature (536 „c to 540 „c) and pressure (140 to 170 kg/cm2) is expanded in the turbine.

Condenser

The condenser condenses the steam from the exhaust of the turbine into liquid to allow it to be pumped. If the condenser can be made cooler, the pressure of the exhaust steam is reduced and efficiency of the cycle increases. The functions of a condenser are:1) To provide lowest economic heat rejection temperature for steam. 2) To convert exhaust steam to water for reserve thus saving on feed water requirement. 3) To introduce make up water. We normally use surface condenser although there is one direct contact condenser as well. In direct contact type exhaust steam is mixed with directly with D.M cooling water.

Boiler feed pump

Boiler feed pump is a multi stage pump provided for pumping feed water to economiser. BFP is the biggest auxiliary equipment after Boiler and Turbine. It consumes about 4 to 5 % of total electricity generation.

Cooling tower

The cooling tower is a semi-enclosed device for evaporative cooling of water by contact with air. The hot water coming out from the condenser is fed to the tower on the top and allowed to tickle in form of thin sheets or drops. The air flows from bottom of the tower or perpendicular to the direction of water flow and then exhausts to the atmosphere after effective cooling. The cooling towers are of four types: 1. Natural Draft cooling tower 2. Forced Draft cooling tower 3. Induced Draft cooling tower 4. Balanced Draft cooling tower

Fan or draught system

In a boiler it is essential to supply a controlled amount of air to the furnace for effective combustion of fuel and to evacuate hot gases formed in the furnace through the various heat transfer area of the boiler. This can be done by using a chimney or mechanical device such as fans which acts as pump. i) Natural draught

When the required flow of air and flue gas through a boiler can be obtained by the stack (chimney) alone, the system is called natural draught. When the gas within the stack is hot, its specific weight will be less than the cool air outside; therefore the unit pressure at the base of stack resulting from weight of the column of hot gas within the stack will be less than the column of extreme cool air. The difference in the pressure will cause a flow of gas through opening in base of stack. Also the chimney is form of nozzle, so the pressure at top is very small and gases flow from high pressure to low pressure at the top.

ii) Mechanized draught There are 3 types of mechanized draught systems 1) 2) 3) Forced draught system Induced draught system Balanced draught system

Forced draught: – In this system a fan called Forced draught fan is installed at the inlet of the boiler. This fan forces the atmospheric air through the boiler furnace and pushes out the hot gases from the furnace through superheater, reheater, economiser and air heater to stacks. Induced draught: – Here a fan called ID fan is provided at the outlet of boiler, that is, just before the chimney. This fan sucks hot gases from the furnace through the superheaters, economiser, reheater and discharges gas into the chimney. This results in the furnace pressure lower than atmosphere and affects the flow of air from outside to the furnace. Balanced draught:-In this system both FD fan and ID fan are provided. The FD fan is utilized to draw control quantity of air from atmosphere and force the same into furnace. The ID fan sucks the product of combustion from furnace and discharges into chimney. The point where draught is zero is called balancing point.

Ash handling system

The disposal of ash from a large capacity power station is of same importance as ash is produced in large quantities. Ash handling is a major problem. i) Manual handling: While barrows are used for this. The ash is collected directly through the ash outlet door from the boiler into the container from manually.

ii) Mechanical handling: Mechanical equipment is used for ash disposal, mainly bucket elevator, belt conveyer. Ash generated is 20% in the form of bottom ash and next 80% through flue gases, so called Fly ash and collected in ESP.

iii) Electrostatic precipitator: From air preheater this flue gases (mixed with ash) goes to ESP. The precipitator has plate banks (A-F) which are insulated from each other between which the flue gases are made to pass. The dust particles are ionized and attracted by charged electrodes. The electrodes are maintained at 60KV.Hammering is done to the plates so that fly ash comes down and collect at the bottom. The fly ash is dry form is used in cement manufacture.

Generator

Generator or Alternator is the electrical end of a turbo-generator set. It is generally known as the piece of equipment that converts the mechanical energy of turbine into electricity. The generation of electricity is based on the principle of electromagnetic induction.

Advantages of coal based thermal Power Plant
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They can respond to rapidly changing loads without difficulty A portion of the steam generated can be used as a process steam in different industries Steam engines and turbines can work under 25 % of overload continuously Fuel used is cheaper Cheaper in production cost in comparison with that of diesel power stations

Disadvantages of coal based thermal Power Plant
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Maintenance and operating costs are high Long time required for erection and putting into action A large quantity of water is required Great difficulty experienced in coal handling Presence of troubles due to smoke and heat in the plant Unavailability of good quality coal Maximum of heat energy lost Problem of ash removing

Major Thermal Power Plants in India
Power station Operator Location District State Sect Regio Unit or n wise Install ed

Capacit Capaci y ty (MW) Rajghat Power IPGCL Station Deenband hu Chhotu Ram HPGCL Thermal Power Station Panipat Thermal HPGCL Power Station I Panipat Thermal HPGCL Power Station II Faridabad Thermal HPGCL Power Station Rajiv Gandhi Thermal HPGCL Power Station Guru Nanak dev PSPCL TP Guru Hargobind PSPCL TP Guru Gobind Singh Super PSPCL Thermal Power Plant Suratgarh Super RVUNL Thermal Delhi Delhi NCT Delhi State Northe 2 x 67.5 135.00 rn

Yamunana Yamunanag Northe Haryana State 2 x 300 600.00 gar ar rn

Assan

Panipat

Haryana State

Northe 4 x 110 440.00 rn

Assan

Panipat

Haryana State

Northe 2 x 210, 920.00 rn 2 x 250

Faridabad Faridabad

Haryana State

Northe 1 x 55 rn

55.00

Khedar

Hisar

Haryana State

Northe 1 x 600 600.00 rn

Bathinda

Bathinda

Punjab

State

Northe 4 x 110 440.00 rn Northe 2 x 210, 920.00 rn 2 x 250

Lehra Bathinda Mohabbat

Punjab

State

Ghanauli

Rupnagar

Punjab

State

Northe 1260.0 6 x 210 rn 0

Suratgarh

Sri Rajastha Northe 1500.0 Ganganaga State 6 x 250 n rn 0 r

Power Plant Kota Super Thermal RVUNL Power Plant Giral Lignite RVUNL Power Plant Chhabra Thermal RVUNL Power Plant Orba Thermal UPRVUNL Power Station Anpara Thermal UPRVUNL Power Station Panki Thermal UPRVUNL Power Station Parichha Thermal UPRVUNL Power Station Harduagan j Thermal UPRVUNL Power Station Badarpur Thermal NTPC power plant Singrauli Super Thermal NTPC Power Station Barsingsar NLC

Kota

Kota

2 x 110, Rajastha Northe 1240.0 State 3 x 210, n rn 0 2 x 195

Thumbli

Barmer

Rajastha Northe State 2 x 125 250.00 n rn

Mothipura Baran

Rajastha Northe State 2 x 250 500.00 n rn

Obra

1 x 40, 3 Uttar Northe 1,322. Sonebhadra State x 94, 5 x Pradesh rn 00 200 Uttar Northe 3 x 210, 1630.0 State Pradesh rn 2 x 500 0

Anpara

Sonebhadra

Panki

Kanpur

Uttar Northe State 2 x 105 210.00 Pradesh rn

Parichha

Jhansi

Uttar Northe 2 x 110, State 640.00 Pradesh rn 2 x 210 1 x 55, 1 Uttar Northe State x 60, 1 x 220.00 Pradesh rn 105 NCT Delhi Centr Northe 3 x 95, 2 705.00 al rn x 210

Harduaganj Aligarh

Badarpur

New Delhi

Shaktinaga Uttar Centr Northe 5 x 200, 2000.0 Sonebhadra r Pradesh al rn 2 x 500 0 Barsingsar Bikaner Rajastha Centr Northe 1 x 125 125.00

Lignite Power Plant Rihand Thermal NTPC Power Station National Capital Thermal NTPC Power Plant Feroj Gandhi Unchahar NTPC Thermal Power Plant Tanda Thermal NTPC Power Plant Raj west Lignite JSW Power Plant VS Lignite Power KSK Plant Rosa Thermal Power Reliance Plant Stage I Northern Ukai Thermal GSECL Power Station Gandhinag ar Thermal GSECL Power Station Wanakbori GSECL Thermal

n

al

rn

Rihand Nagar

Sonebhadra

Uttar Centr Northe 2000.0 4 x 500 Pradesh al rn 0

Vidyutnaga Gautam Uttar Centr Northe 4 x 210, 1820.0 r Budh Nagar Pradesh al rn 2 x 490 0

Unchahar

Raebareli

Uttar Centr Northe 1050.0 5 x 210 Pradesh al rn 0

Vidyutnaga Ambedkar r Nagar

Uttar Centr Northe 4 x 110 440.00 Pradesh al rn

Barmer

Barmer

Rajastha Priva Northe 1 x 135 135.00 n te rn Rajastha Priva Northe 1 x 125 125.00 n te rn

Gurha

Bikaner

Rosa

Shahjahanp Uttar Priva Northe 2 x 300 600.00 ur Pradesh te rn 28 104

Ukai dam

Tapi

2 x 120, Wester Gujarat State 2 x 200, 850 n 1 x 210

Gandhinag Gandhinaga Wester 2 x 120, Gujarat State 870 ar r n 3 x 210 Wanakbori Kheda Gujarat State Wester 7 x 210 1470 n

Power Station Sikka Thermal GSECL Power Station Dhuvaran Thermal GSECL Power Station Kutch Thermal GSECL Power Station Surat Thermal GIPCL Power Station Akrimota Thermal GMDC Power Station Satpura Thermal MPPGCL Power Station Sanjay Gandhi Thermal MPPGCL Power Station Amarkanta k Thermal MPPGCL Power Station Korba East Thermal CSPGCL Power Plant Dr Shyama Prasad CSPGCL Mukharjee Thermal Power

Jamnagar Jamnagar

Gujarat State

Wester 2 x 120 240 n

Khambhat Anand

Gujarat State

Wester 2 x 110 220 n

Panandhro Kutch

Gujarat State

Wester 2 x 70, 2 290 n x 75

Nani Naroli Surat

Gujarat State

Wester 4 x 125 500 n

Chher Nani Kutch

Gujarat State

Wester 2 x 125 250 n

Sarni

Betul

5 x 37.5, Madhya Wester State 1 x 200, 1017.5 Pradesh n 3 x 210

Birsinghpur Umaria

Madhya Wester 4 x 210, State 1340 Pradesh n 1 x 500

Chachai

Anuppur

Madhya Wester 2 x 120, State 450 Pradesh n 1 x 210

Korba

Chattisg Wester 4 x 50, 2 State 440 arh n x 120

Korba

Chattisg Wester State 2 x 250 500 arh n

Plant Korba West Hasdeo CSPGCL Thermal Power Plant Koradi Thermal MAHAGEN Koradi Power CO Station Nashik Thermal MAHAGEN Nashik Power CO Station Bhusawal Thermal MAHAGEN Deepnagar Power CO Station Paras Thermal MAHAGEN Vidyutnaga Power CO r Station Parli Thermal MAHAGEN ParliPower CO Vaijnath Station Kaparkhed a Thermal MAHAGEN Kaparkhed Power CO a Station Chandrapu r Super MAHAGEN Chandrapu Thermal CO r Power Station Vindhyach al Super Vidhya Thermal NTPC Nagar Power Station Korba Super Jamani NTPC Thermal Palli Power

Korba

Chattisg Wester State 4 x 210 840 arh n

Nagpur

4 x 105, Maharas Wester State 1 x 200, 1040 tra n 2 x 210 Maharas Wester 2 x 125, State 880 tra n 3 x 210

Nashik

Jalgaon

Maharas Wester 1 x 50, 2 State 470 tra n x 210

Akola

Maharas Wester 1 x 55, 2 State 555 tra n x 250 2 x 20, 3 Maharas Wester State x 210, 2 1170 tra n x 250 Maharas Wester State 4 x 210 840 tra n

Beed

Nagpur

Chandrapur

Maharas Wester 4 x 210, State 2340 tra n 3 x 500

Sidhi

Madhya Centr Wester 6 x 210, 3260 Pradesh al n 4 x 500

Korba

Chattisg Centr Wester 3 x 200, 2100 arh al n 3 x 500

Plant Sipat Thermal NTPC Power Plant Bhilai Expansion NTPCPower SAIL(JV) Plant Sabarmati Thermal Torrent Power Station Mundra Thermal Adani Power Station Jindal Megha jindal Power Plant Lanco Amarkanta Lanco k Power Plant Trombay Thermal Tata Power Station Dahanu Thermal Reliance Power Station Wardha Warora KSK Power Station Western Ramagund am B Thermal APGENCO Power Station Kothagude APGENCO m Thermal

Sipat

Bilaspur

Chattisg Centr Wester 2 x 500 1000 arh al n

Bhilai

Durg

Chattisg Centr Wester 2 x 250 500 arh al n 1 x 60, 1 Priva Wester Gujarat x 120, 2 400 te n x 110 Priva Wester 2 x 330 660 te n

Ahamadab ad

Mundra

Kutch

Gujarat

Tamnar

Raigarh

Chattisg Priva Wester 4 x 250 1000 arh te n

Pathadi

Korba

Chattisg Priva Wester 2 x 300 600 arh te n 1 x 150, Maharas Priva Wester 2 x 500, 1400 tra te n 1 x 250 Maharas Priva Wester 2 x 250 500 tra te n

Trombay

Mumbai

Dahanu

Thane

Warora

Chandrapur

Maharas Priva Wester 1 x 135 135 tra te n 32 135

Ramagund Andhra Southe Karimnagar State 1 x 62.5 62.5 am Pradesh rn Andhra Southe 4 x 60, 4 State 720 Pradesh rn x 120

Paloncha

Khammam

Power Station Kothagude m Thermal Power APGENCO Station V Stage Dr Narla Tatarao APGENCO TPS Rayalasee ma Thermal APGENCO Power Station Kakatiya Thermal APGENCO Power Station Raichur Thermal KPCL Power Station Bellary Thermal KPCL Power Station North Chennai Thermal TNEB Power Station Ennore Thermal TNEB Power Station Mettur Thermal TNEB Power Station Tuticorin Thermal TNEB Power Station NTPC NTPC

Paloncha

Khammam

Andhra Southe State 2 x 250 500 Pradesh rn

Ibrahimpat Krishna nam

Andhra Southe 6 x 210, State 1760 Pradesh rn 1 x 500

Cuddapah YSR

Andhra Southe State 4 x 210 840 Pradesh rn

Chelpur

Warangal

Andhra Southe State 1 x 500 500 Pradesh rn

Raichur

Raichur

Karnatak Southe 7 x 210, State 1720 a rn 1 x 250

Kudatini

Bellary

Karnatak Southe State 1 x 500 500 a rn

Athipattu

Thiruvallore

Tamilna Southe State 3 x 210 630 du rn

Ennore

Chennai

Tamilna Southe 2 x 60, 3 State 450 du rn x 110

Metturdam Salem

Tamilna Southe State 4 x 210 840 du rn

Tuticorin Jyothi

Tuticorin

Tamilna Southe State 5 x 210 1050 du rn

Karimnagar Andhra Centr Southe 3 x 200, 2600

Ramagund am Simhadri Super Thermal NTPC Power Plant Neyveli Thermal NLC Power Station – I Neyveli Thermal NLC Power Station – II JSW ELSBU-I JSW Power Plant JSW ELSBU-II JSW Power Plant Udupi Thermal Lanco Power Plant Neyveli STPS Zero Unit Southern Barauni Thermal BSEB Power Station Muzafferp ur Thermal KBUCL Power Station Patratu Thermal JSEB Power Station Tenughat Thermal TVNL Power

Nagar

Pradesh al

rn

4 x 500

Simhadri

Visakhapat Andhra Centr Southe 2 x 500 1000 nam Pradesh al rn

Neyveli

6 x 50, 3 Tamilna Centr Southe Cuddalore x 100, 2 1020 du al rn x 210 Tamilna Centr Southe 7 x 210 1470 du al rn

Neyveli

Cuddalore

Vijayanaga Bellary r

Karnatak Priva Southe 2 x 130 260 a te rn

Vijayanaga Bellary r

Karnatak Priva Southe 2 x 300 600 a te rn

Nandikoor Udupi

Karnatak Priva Southe 1 x 600 600 a te rn Tamilna Priva Southe 1 x 250 250 du te rn 20 83 Bihar State Easter 2 x 50, 2 310 n x 105

Neyveli

Cuddalore

Barauni

Begusarai

Kanti

Muzaffarpur Bihar

State

Easter 2 x 110 220 n

Patratu

4 x 40, 2 Jharkha Easter x 90, 2 x State 770 nd n 105, 2 x 110 Jharkha Easter State 2 x 210 420 nd n

Station Kolaghat Thermal WBPDCL Power Station Bakreshwa r Thermal WBPDCL Power Station Bandel Thermal WBPDCL Power Station Santaldih Thermal WBPDCL Power Station Sagardigi Thermal WBPDCL Power Station Durgapur Thermal DPL Power Plant IB Thermal Power OPGCL Plant Captive Power NALCO Plant Kahalgaon Super Thermal NTPC Power Station Bokaro Thermal DVC Power Station B Chandrapu ra Thermal DVC Power Station

Mecheda

East West Midnapore Bengal

State

Easter 6 x 210 1260 n

Suri

Birbhum

West Bengal

State

Easter 5 x 210 1050 n

Hooghly

West Bengal

State

Easter 4 x 60, 1 450 n x 210

Purulia

West Bengal

State

Easter 4 x 120, 730 n 1 x 250

Monigram

Murshidaba West d Bengal

State

Easter 2 x 300 600 n

Durgapur

Bardhaman

West Bengal

2 x 30, 1 x 70, 2 x Easter State 75, 1 x 690 n 110, 1 x 300 State Easter 8 x 120 960 n Easter 2 x 210 420 n

Banharpali Jharsuguda Orissa

Angul

Angul

Orissa

State

Kahalgaon Bhagalpur

Bihar

Centr Easter 4 x 210, 2340 al n 3 x 500

Bokaro

Bokaro

Jharkha Centr Easter 3 x 210 630 nd al n 3 x 130, Jharkha Centr Easter 3 x 120, 1250 nd al n 2 x 250

Chandrapu Bokaro ra

Farakka Super Thermal NTPC Power Station Durgapur Thermal DVC Power Station Mejia Thermal DVC Power Station Talcher Super Thermal NTPC Power Station Talcher Thermal NTPC Power Station Budge Budge Thermal CESC Power Plant Titagarh Thermal CESC Power Station CESC Southern CESC Generating Station Jojobera TPP Tata

Nagarun

Murshidaba West d Bengal

Centr Easter 3 x 200, 1600 al n 2 x 500

Durgapur

Bardhaman

West Bengal

Centr Easter 1 x 140, 350 al n 1 x 210

Durlavpur

Bankura

West Bengal

Centr Easter 4 x 210, 1340 al n 2 x 250

Kaniha

Angul

Orissa

Centr Easter 6 x 500 3000 al n

Talcher

Angul

Orissa

Centr Easter 4x 60, 2 460 al n x 110

Achipur

South 24 West Paraganas Bengal

Priva Easter 3 x 250 750 te n

North 24 West Paraganas Bengal

Priva Easter 4 x 60 te n

240

West Bengal

Priva Easter 3 x 67.5 135 te n

Jharsugud Vedanta a TPP Vedanta Aluminim Vedanta CPP Eastern

3 x Jamshedpu Jharkha Priva Easter Jojobera 120,1×6 427.5 r nd te n 7.5 Priva Easter Jharsuguda Jharsuguda Orisa te 4×600 2400 n IPP Priva Easter Jharsuguda Jharsuguda Orisa te 9×135 1215 n CPP 22 104

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#1 written by Mahasvin 1 month ago

Hi, This information is very helpful thanks, Is it possible to get list of upcoming thermal power plant within India.?

#2 written by Rajeev 2 months ago Dear Friends, It‟s not updated data, Dear team please update the figer of Major Thermal Power Plants in India.
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#3 written by shivanshtyagi 2 months ago Dear Rajeev, Sure we will do that, in mean time if you have this data or any info related to power sector please share it with us. All the contribution will go out in your name. Share at info@indianpowersector.com

#4 written by S.kumar 3 months ago dear sumit kumar this information is too good for thermal power station. this is very much helpful for me and i like very much.
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#5 written by SUMIT KUMAR 3 months ago Thanks sushil.

#6 written by R K Jain 3 months ago Thermal efficiency of a thermal power plant is the ratio of electrical energy generated to the chemical energy of fuel consumed. For a subcritical plant it is below 42% for a new plant. What a plant is generating is the plant utilization factor. For a supercritical power plant the best thermal efficiency may be around 45-47%.

#7 written by Vaaimai 4 months ago Thanks. But I learnt that efficiency of thermal power plants are around 45% – 50%.
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#8 written by shivanshtyagi 4 months ago That is my bad, yes effieceincy of plant are 45-45% but that is thermal efficiency i.e how much coal energy is converted into the electric power. For thermal power plant there is a factor called Plant load Factor (PLF), so if a plant has installed capacity of 100 and it rums with PLF of 90% it will produce 90MWh of instantaneous power. On an average plf of plants are from 85-90%. Though some plants even run of PLF higher than 100% or say 1.

#9 written by Vaaimai 4 months ago Thanks again. Do you have any idea of efficiency of nuclear power plants? If a 1000 MW nuclear reactor is installed, what will be the power output?

#10 written by Vaaimai 4 months ago What is the thermal efficiency of a thermal power plant? You said that Neyveli Thermal Power Station – II is producing 1470 MW of power. Whether it produces such amount of electricity or lesser than that? (say 60 % efficiency means 882 MW)
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#11 written by shivanshtyagi 4 months ago 1470 is the installed capacity of the plant.Normally thermal power plants run on around 85-90% efficency.

#12 written by naveen ($onu) 5 months ago one of the most apt and brisk synopsys of a thermal power plant i have ever read. the two diagrams at the start of modified rankine cycle and the plant over view are the highlights. Great work sir. you have proved a valid point again that simple logics are more important than unrequired expertise. i would be very impressed if u could also add on super critical technology and once through boilers which use a seperator rather than the conventional circulation type boilers. also some some point missing are gland steam cooler and also a note on water technology. but all together great work.
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#13 written by shivanshtyagi 5 months ago Dear Naveen thanks for appreciation and suggestion. Well will you like to add all these suggestions to the site. If you want just send us the word file and the update will be done in your name on the main page.

#14 written by dixitpatel 5 months ago its very good detail………….

#15 written by Tanu Saxena 5 months ago Hey… gr8 info… Bt what is done in the power plants in order to treat flue gases? there is no mention of even any scrubber…do they even operate in any power plant?

#16 written by sruthin 6 months ago heyy gr88 workk sir…it ws realyy informative…spott onnn!!!

#17 written by manish tripathi 11 months ago good

#18 written by Rizwan 1 year ago Very very good bhai, thanx a lot for a huge information.

#19 written by ABDUL JALIL 1 year ago Very nice one. Will you give the e-mail ID of Mr. SUMIT KUMAR please?
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#20 written by SUMIT KUMAR 1 year ago sumit.ps@live.in, sumit@indianpowersector.com

#21 written by deepak_kr1973@yahoo.com 1 year ago ntpc rajghat close date is 15 june 2011 Is is true . send the name of company who took the whole scrapt of power plant
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#22 written by SUMIT KUMAR 1 year ago -The Delhi government is toying with the idea of permanently shutting down the Rajghat power plant close by june this year . The plant was earlier closed during the Commonwealth Games to remove the polluting unit in the heart of the city, and provide to residents a recreational area in its place. -The power station, situated in northeast Delhi, is one of the coal-based power plants of Indraprashta Power Generation Co. Ltd. (IPGCL) and has a generation capacity of 135 MW. -The power plant was commissioned in 1989 and supplied 135 MW. The Delhi State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (DSIIDC) had been asked to prepare a blueprint for “adaptive reuse”, and the agency presented its proposal in front of Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit and other officials on Wednesday. Dikshit has given in-principle approval to the project, which will require several clearances before it can begin. It will now be presented to the DDA and the DUAC. The project will take about 3 to 4 years to be implemented. -“Cost of the project is close to Rs 600 crore. It will be a self financing project as power plant equipment will be sold off and also the office space developed inside the plant will be rented out. Rajghat power plant is spread over 46 acre and as per the DSIIDC proposal, 26 acre will be turned into a city forest. The ash pond inside the plant will be enlarged and converted into a waterbody. The soil there is contaminated due to ash depositing here over the years so it would be cleaned before work starts.

-The existing waterbody, which is used by the power plant, will be retained and redeveloped. The plan is to have the forest and the waterbody close to the Salimgarh Fort so that the area can be developed as a tourist spot. The area where coal handling was done will be converted into a garden and the main building of the plant will be converted into office space. “We will not touch the outer structure or the envelope of the building. The only changes will be in the interior of the building. Also, demolishing the existing structure will cost more than retrofitting it,” said the official. This is the second power plant site that the government is redeveloping – retrofitting of the Indraprastha Power plant is already underway. Its equipment has already been auctioned.

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Danida India Ltd. Lamda Mohan Breweries & Distilleries Chennai Ltd. MP Windfarms Ltd. BSES Ltd. Dewas Chitradurga Dist Perungudi Kethanur Hyderabad Muppandal Poolavadi Tirupur

Perungudi Newam Newam Power Company Ltd. Kethanur Wind Farm Kethanur Wind Farm Andhra Pradesh State Road Hyderabad APSRTC Transport Corp. Muppandal Madras Madras Cements Ltd. Poolavadi Chettinad Chettinad Cement Corp. Ltd. Shalivahana Wind Shalivahana Green Energy. Ltd.

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^ Westinghouse, Areva eye India nuclear plants ^ Plants in Operation ^ a b c [1] ^ http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2012-04-02/news/31275383_1_rosa-projectpower-plant-reliance-power ^ "Indian Wind Energy - Projects, Companies, Research, Data, Statistics - Energy Alternatives India". EAI.in. Retrieved 2010-11-27. ^ http://www.shalivahanagroup.com/ ^ CLP Group: Sipla Wind Farm ^ CLP Group: Samana Wind Farm ^ CLP Group: Theni Wind Farm ^ CLP Group: Saundatti Wind Farm ^ CLP Group: Khandke Wind Farm ^ CLP Group: Narmada Wind Farm ^ CLP Group: Harapanahalli Wind Farm

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In a thermal power plant, the energy stored in fuels such as coal, natural gas, and fuel oil is sequentially converted into electrical energy. A thermal power plant boiler triggers the first action towards the production of electricity and so is the most important part of a thermal power plant. A thermal power plant boiler has two functions namely the Combustion System and the Water and St Information on thermal power plants in India which are important to the power sector in India.

Power generation in India depends on various sources such as thermal power, wind power, solar power, hydropower and biogas energy. Thermal power plants in India located in various states supply the majority of power required for the country. Thermal power plants function on different types of fuels and the operation of a thermal power plant depends on the kind of fuel used. Oil, coal and gas are the major fuels used to operate thermal power plants in India. The national and regional level distributions of power from the thermal power plants in India are done through the power grid network. The steam driven thermal power plants in India generally works on coal. The power sector in India is growing since 1950 though there is a gap between the need and supply. Plans for new thermal power plants are in the pipeline to meet the demands and achieve the power generation target. Thermal power plants in India generate electricity from heat energy through the process called Rankine Cycle. The process involves burning coal, gas or oil depending on the fuel. This produce steam of high pressure which rotaries the turbine when sent through it. The turbine runs a generator, producing electricity at the power plants. A thermal power plant converts the chemical energy of fossil fuels like natural gas, fuel oil and coal into thermal energy, then to mechanical energy and finally electrical energy. The electrical energy produced at the thermal power plants in India plays a large role in the industrial sector of the country There are almost hundred coal fuel operated thermal power plants in India. Most of these thermal power plants in India are run by NTPC and other state owned firms. In addition, there are private owned thermal power plants also. India is rich in coal reserves, which meet the fuel demands of the thermal power plants in India. Major Thermal Power Plants in India

Super thermal power plants in India are the solutions the government of India found to overcome the power deficit faced by the country during a period. Maharastra stands first in production of thermal power in India and NTPC leads in the thermal power generating sector with total capacity of 24,395 MW. Maharastra has plenty of coal mines encouraging the inception of coal operated thermal power plants. The entire super thermal power plants in India are coal run. Gujarat with many prominent power plants stands second in the power production sector of India. A number of efficient thermal power plants in India are located in Rajasthan, a state that does not face deficit currently. The state has atomic and thermal power stations and is one of the three states in India that has met power generation target. Kota Super Thermal Power Plant in Rajasthan is the first coal based thermal power plant of the state. This power plant, along with Suratgarh Super Thermal Power Plant are two of the high efficient thermal power plants in India. Chhabra Thermal Power Plant is an important source of electricity in the state. While all other thermal power plants are coal based the Giral Thermal Power Plant in Rajasthan is lignite fired one. The Ramagundam Power Plant located in Andhra Pradesh is among the largest thermal power plants in India. This coal based power plant also facilitated the power requirements of other states such as Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Goa, Karnataka and Pondicherry.

Korba in Chhattisgarh is called the power capital of the country. The state is blessed with ample coal resources and the Korba Thermal Power Station located here is one of the biggest thermal power plants in India. Orissa is another state in India with huge cache of coal which boosts power sector of the state. The Talcher Super Thermal Power Plant in Orissa is the second biggest thermal power plant in India. Madhya Pradesh owns the largest thermal power plant in India known as Vindhyachal Super Thermal Power Station. This coal run thermal power plant takes care of the majority of the power needs of the state. Many major thermal power plants in India are located in the UP. Anpara Thermal Power Station in UP is the tallest power station in the state. The Patratu Thermal Power Station in Bihar is an Indo-Russian joint venture and Barauni Thermal Power Station is one of the biggest in the state, which has plenty of thermal power stations to its credit. Haryana has the credit of being the first state in India to supply power to its villages. The state has many coal fired thermal power plants and many projects are in the offing. West Bengal has plenty of coal mines and the state supply coals to other needy states. Coal from the mines of West Bengal powers the thermal power plants in India. Punjab has many major thermal power plants and Guru Hargobind Thermal Plant with 2 units, is the smallest thermal power plant in the state. While Tamilnadu has four major thermal power plants like North Chennai Thermal Power Plant, Ennore Thermal Power Plant, Mettur Thermal Power Plant and Tuticorin Thermal power Plant, Kerala has one major thermal power plant. Assam with rich coal resources is home to many defunct thermal power plants in India. Some of the functioning thermal power plants of the state take care of the power requirements of the state. Thermal Power Plant Operators

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