Anpara Thermal Power Station
There are in total seven operational units, all of which are coal-fired thermal power stations. The machinery for the Anpara A ( 3 units) are from Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited. Anpara B (two units) from Toshiba Corporation, Japan. Machinery for Anpara C were sourced by Lanco power from Dongfang Electric Company (China). Machinery for Anpara D is sourced from BHEL.
The coal to all these units is fed from Kharia, Kakri and Beena open coal mines of NCL by company owned freight trains, a merry go round system maintained by UPRVUNL and previously on roads by Dumpers.
|Stage||Unit Number||Installed Capacity (MW)||Date of Commissioning||Status||Remarks|
|Anpara A||1||210||1987 January||Running||owned by UPRVUNL|
|Anpara A||2||210||1987 August||Running||owned by UPRVUNL|
|Anpara A||3||210||1989 March||Running||owned by UPRVUNL|
|Anpara B||4||500||1994 March||Running||owned by UPRVUNL|
|Anpara B||5||500||1994 October||Running||owned by UPRVUNL|
|Anpara C||6||600||2011 December||Running||owned by Lanco Infratech |
|Anpara C||7||600||2012 January||Running||owned by Lanco Infratech|
|Anpara D||8||500||2015 March||Running ||owned by UPRVUNL|
|Anpara D||9||500||2015 April||Running ||owned by UPRVUNL|
In year 2007 Anpara C was allotted to be constructed in PPP sector domain. The new 2x600MW power plant made under PPP By Lanco Infratech.
Under State government's flagship power-generation company UPRVUNL, a new unit Anpara D is under construction in full swing. Units are configured for generating 2x500 MW and are manufactured by BHEL.
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