Guru Hargobind Thermal Plant

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Guru Hargobind Thermal Plant
Country India
Location Lehra Mohabbat (National Highway No. 64(New NH-07)), Bathinda to Barnala
Status active
Owner(s) Punjab Government Power corporation
Thermal power station
Primary fuel Coal from North Karanpura and Central Coal field Ltd and Light Diesel Oil
Type Thermal
Cooling source Sirhind Canal (Bhatinda Branch)
Power generation
Units operational 4 (2 x 210 MW single shaft reaction turbine + 2 x 250 MW)
Nameplate capacity 220.8 Lac units daily
Annual output 2281 MUs

Guru Hargobind Thermal Plant (GHTP Lehra Mohabbat) is located on State Highway No. 12 which runs from Bathinda to Barnala.[1]

The Generators used are cylindrical rotor type, that were manufactured in India by BHEL.[2]

Source of water is from Bhatinda Branch of Sirhind Canal.[3]

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It has an installed capacity of 920 MW.

Unit No. Generating Capacity Commissioned on Status
1 210 MW 1998 May Running [4]
2 210 MW 2008 February Running
3 250 MW 2008 March Running
4 250 MW 2008 August Running

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