Coal-Fired Plants in India - other states
Badarpur
Location: Delhi
Operator: NTPC Ltd
Configuration: 3 X 100 MW, 2 X 210 MW
Operation: 1973-1981
Fuel: hard coal
Boiler supplier: BHEL
T/G supplier: BHEL, DDIT

Photograph courtesy of Ministry of Power
Posted 12 May 2004

Bokaro
Location: Jharkhand
Operator: Damodar Valley Corp
Configuration: 4 X 45 MW, 3 X 210 MW
Operation: 1953-1993
Fuel: hard coal
Boiler supplier: CE, Babcock Power, BHEL
T/G supplier: AEG, GE, MAN, BHEL

Photograph courtesy of Ministry of Power
Posted 12 May 2004

Dadri (NCTPP)
Location: Delhi
Operator: National Thermal Power Corp Ltd
Configuration: 4 X 210 MW
Operation: 1991-1994
Fuel: coal
Boiler supplier: CE, BHEL
T/G supplier: BHEL

Photograph courtesy of Ministry of Power
Posted 12 May 2004

Guru Hargobind
Location: Punjab
Operator: Punjab State Power Corp Ltd
Configuration: 2 X 210 MW, 2 X 250 MW
Operation: 1997-2009
Fuel: coal
Boiler supplier: BHEL
T/G supplier: NHEL
EPC: TCE, BHEL, UB Engineering Ltd, Gannon Dunkerley
Quick facts: This plant is also known as Lehra Mohabbat. Coal is from North Karanopura field.

Photograph by Harpreet Singh Sran (harpreetsran.blogspot.com)
Posted 31 Mar 2011

Kahalgaon
Location: Bihar
Operator: NTPC Ltd
Configuration: 4 X 210 MW, 3 X 500 MW
Operation: 1992-2008
Fuel: hard coal
Boiler supplier: Podoloski, BHEL
T/G supplier: LMZ, Electorsila, BHEL
Quick facts: Kahalgaon is on the Ganga River and uses coal from the  Rajmahal fields of Easten Coalfields Ltd. Electricity is sent out to Bihar, Jharkhand, Orissa, Sikkim, and West Bengal. Unit-5 was synchronized on 31 Mar 2007 and went commercial on 1 Aug 2008.

Photograph courtesy of Ministry of Power
Posted 9 Aug 2008

Kathara
Location: Jharkhand
Operator: Coal India Ltd
Configuration: 2 X 10 MW
Operation: 1995
Fuel: waste coal
Boiler supplier: BHEL
T/G supplier: BHEL
EPC: BHEL, Hindustan Steelworks Construction
Quick facts: This is a CFB captive power plant at the Kathara coking coal washery in the East Bokaro coal field. Output is about 80 GWh/yr.

Photograph courtesy of Coal India
Posted 20 Jul 2011

   
Rajpura Nabha
Location: Madhya Pradesh
Operator: Nabha Power Ltd
Configuration: 2 X 700 MW
Operation: 2014
Fuel: subbituinous coal
Boiler supplier: L&T- MHI Pvt Ltd
T/G supplier: L&T- MHI Pvt Ltd
EPC: Larsen & Toubro-Sargent & Lundy, Larsen & Toubro
Quick facts: In Nov 2009, L&T submitted the lowest bid for the Rajpura TPS at Nalash village, Patiala district. L&T’s bid was Rs2.89/kWh, followed by that of Welspun Urja India Ltd at Rs2.94/kWh. There were six bidders in all for the project, which was put up for re-bidding by the PSEB in Jun 2009. The other four bidders were Lanco Infra, Adani Power, GMR, and JSW Power. In the previous bid round, which concluded in May 2009, Lanco Infra emerged as the lone bidder for the plant offering a rate of Rs3.38/kWh. While this was lowered to Rs 3.30/kWh after renegotiations, the proposal was rejected by PSERC as there was only a single bid. PSEB was then directed to re-bid. Nabha Power is an SPV of of L&T Power Development Co. An MOU has been signed for a third unit.

Photograph courtesy of Larsen & Toubro
Posted 2 Feb 2014

Abbreviations

Data: industcards, Platts UDI World Electric Power Plants Data Base

Updated 02-Feb-2014

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