Bellary Thermal Power station

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Bellary Thermal Power station
Bellary Thermal Power station is located in Karnataka
Bellary Thermal Power station
Location of the Bellary Thermal Power station in Karnataka
Country India
Location Kudatini, Bellary, Karnataka
Coordinates 15°11′31.5″N 76°43′03.8″E / 15.192083°N 76.717722°E / 15.192083; 76.717722Coordinates: 15°11′31.5″N 76°43′03.8″E / 15.192083°N 76.717722°E / 15.192083; 76.717722
Status Operational
Commission date Unit 1: March, 2007
Owner(s) Karnataka Power Corporation
Thermal power station
Primary fuel coal
Power generation
Units operational 2 X 500 MW
Make and model Bhel
Nameplate capacity 2 X 500

Bellary Thermal Power station is located in Kudatini Village, Bellary District in the Indian state of Karnataka. Two coal-fired units of 500 MW each are in operation with generating capacity of 12 million units per day and a 700 MW coal-fired unit is also under construction.[1]

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The plant has 3 power generating units (2 running and 1 under construction)involving super-critical boiler technology.

Stage Unit Number Installed Capacity (MW) Date of Commissioning
1st 1 500 03.12.2007 [2]
2nd 2 500 27.01.2012 [3]
3rd 3 700 Mar 2016 commissioning under progress

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