NSPCL

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NTPC-SAIL Power Company Private Limited
Type Joint Venture of NTPC Limited and SAIL
Industry Thermal Power Plant
Founded 2001
Headquarters Delhi, India
Key people Shri.N.N. Mishra
(Chairman)
Products Electricity
Revenue Increase INR24.5 billion (US$400 million) (2011–12)[1]
Net income IncreaseINR1942.2 million (US$32 million)(2011–12)
Website [1]

NSPCL[2] (NTPC-SAIL Power Company Limited) is a 50:50 joint venture company of NTPC Limited and SAIL to generate power for various steel plants throughout India. [3]

History[edit]

NTPC and SAIL joined forces in March 2001 and took over a captive power plant (consisting of 2x60MW generators) located at the Durgapur Steel Plant and another (also 2x60MW) at the Rourkela Steel Plant.

NTPC formed another joint venture company with SAIL on in March 2002 in the name of Bhilai Electric Supply Company Ltd. (BESCL). BESCL took over a captive power plant (comprising 2x 30MW generators and one 14MW back-power turbo generator) located at the Bhilai Steel Plant from SAIL. Effective 11 September 2006, BESCL became part of NSPCL.

Growth[edit]

Since 2006, NSPCL has provided all power required by the Bhilai, Durgapur and Rourkela steel plants. To meet growing demands, NSPCL commissioned an expansion project at Bhilai comprising two 250MW generators during 2008–2009, and brought the units online in 2009–2010. Additional growth to generate an additional 1750MW is anticipated at other SAIL facilities.

Proposed Power Projects[edit]

Sr. No. Locatioan District State Capacity in Megawatt Remarks
1 Bhilai Durg Chhattisgarh 2x30 + 1x14 + 2x250 All old smaller units of 30 MW and 14 MW are fully functional. See NSPCL Bhilai Power Plant for details.
2 Rourkela Sundargarh Orissa 250+120 2x60 MW units are functional.[4]

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2 Durgapur Burdwan district West Bengal 120 2x60 MW units are functional.[6]
3 Jagdishpur Sultanpur Uttar Pradesh 2x250 Its a 2x250 MW proposed power plant.

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4 Gonda Gonda Uttar Pradesh 2x250 Its a 2x250 MW proposed power plant.
Total 1824

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