Bhusawal Thermal Power Station
|Bhusawal Thermal Power Station|
Location within Maharashtra
|Location||Bhusawal, Jalgaon (discrict), Maharashtra (state).|
|Thermal power station|
|Nameplate capacity||1420.00 MW|
After establishment of Maharastra state in 1960, the government of Maharashtra gave priorities to power sector. And thereafter the locations were decided for the new power plants on the basis of site survey. Bhusawal has given an exceptional privilege as it fulfills the basic requirements for power plant. Bhusawal Thermal Power Station has an installed capacity of 1420 MW. The first unit was commissioned in 1968.
|Stage||Unit Number||Installed Capacity (MW)||Date of Commissioning||Status|
|Stage I||1||62.5||1968 July||deleted|
|Stage II||2||210||1979 August||Running|
|Stage II||3||210||1982 September||Running|
|Stage III||4||500||2012 16 NOV||Running|
|Stage III||5||500||2014 3 JAN||Running|
it transports to gujarat.It is on the Nagpur-Bhusawal and Bhusawal-Kalyan sections of Central Railway. Coal-based thermal power stations consume large quantities of coal. For example, the Bhusawal Thermal Power Station consumed 2,400,000 tonnes of coal in 2006-07. Around 80 per cent of the domestic coal supplies in India are meant for coal based thermal power plants and coal transportation forms 42 per cent of the total freight earnings of Indian railways.
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- "Diagram of a typical coal-fired thermal power station" (PDF). Retrieved 21 April 2013.
- "Coal supply to various power stations" (PDF). Retrieved 21 April 2013.
- "Indian Railways, CIL to collaborate for additional coal transport capacity". Mining weekly.com, 14 February 2013. Retrieved 21 April 2013.
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