Talcher Thermal Power Station

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Talcher Thermal Power Station
Talcher Thermal Power Station is located in India
Talcher Thermal Power Station
Location of the Talcher Thermal Power Station
Country India
Location Talcher, Angul district
Coordinates 20°54′37″N 85°12′24″E / 20.91028°N 85.20667°E / 20.91028; 85.20667Coordinates: 20°54′37″N 85°12′24″E / 20.91028°N 85.20667°E / 20.91028; 85.20667
Status Operational
Owner(s) NTPC
Power generation
Primary fuel Coal
Units operational 4 X 60 MW
2 X 110 MW
Nameplate capacity 460

Talcher Thermal Power Station is located in Talcher sub-division of Angul district in the Indian state of Odisha. The power plant is one of the coal based power plants of NTPC. The coal for the power plant is sourced from Jagannath Mines of Mahanadi Coalfields Limited. Source of water for the power plant is from Brahmani River.

Capacity[edit]

  • 4 units of 60 MW each
  • 2 units of 110 MW of each

The total capacity is 460 MW.

This power plant was taken over by NTPC from Odisha State Electricity Board on 3 June 1995.

Talcher Thermal Executive Association (TTEA)[edit]

The Talcher Thermal Executive Association is a welfare body of all the executives working in Talcher Thermal Power Station. It is affiliated to NTPC Executive Federation of India (NEFI). NEFI is a federation of all the executive associations from various projects of NTPC Ltd. The present office bearers of TTEA are President D. Mahanta and the General Secretary K.P. Rath.

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