Kudgi Super Thermal Power Station

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Kudgi Super Thermal Power Station
Kudgi Super Thermal Power Station is located in India
Kudgi Super Thermal Power Station
Location of Kudgi Super Thermal Power Station
Country India
Location Bijapur, Karnataka
Coordinates 16°30′00″N 75°50′00″E / 16.50000°N 75.83333°E / 16.50000; 75.83333Coordinates: 16°30′00″N 75°50′00″E / 16.50000°N 75.83333°E / 16.50000; 75.83333
Status Under Construction
Owner(s) National Thermal Power Corporation
Thermal power station
Primary fuel Coal
Power generation
Nameplate capacity 2400;MW
Website
https://www.ntpc.co.in/

Kudgi Super Thermal Power Project is under construction power project located at Kudgi village in Bijapur district, Karnataka in Indian state of Karnataka. The power plant is one of the coal based power plants of NTPC

The coal for the plant will be derived from NTPC's Pakhri Barwadih coal block in Jharkhand.The water source is from reservoir of Almatti Dam which is constructed on Krishna River.[1]

Capacity[edit]

Kudgi Super Thermal Power Project will have an installed capacity of 4000 MW (3x800 MW in first stage and 2x800 MW in second stage). Doosan Power systems India Pvt Ltd will supply Steam Generator for the plant & Toshiba JSW Power Systems Pvt Ltd will supply super-critical steam turbine and generator and L&T Howden will supply Axial fans to NTPC for the plant.[2]

Stage Unit Number power (MW) Date of Commissioning Status
1st 1 800 2016 Dec Commissioned [3]
2 800 2017 March Commissioned [4]
3 800 Advanced stage of construction. To be commissioned in 2018.[5]
2nd 4 800 Construction yet to start
5 800 Construction yet to start

References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Thermal Power Corporation Limited | Hydroelectricity Power Distribution Company". NTPC.co.in. 2015-03-23. Archived from the original on 2015-01-07. Retrieved 2015-03-28. 
  2. ^ "Toshiba JSW to supply steam turbine for NTPC's Kudgi power project | Business Standard News". Business-standard.com. 2012-02-21. Retrieved 2015-03-28. 
  3. ^ Market, Capital (26 December 2016). "NTPC commissions Unit- I of 800 MW of Kudgi STTP" – via Business Standard. 
  4. ^ Market, Capital (23 March 2017). "NTPC commissions 2nd unit of 800 MW of Kudgi Super Thermal Power Station" – via Business Standard. 
  5. ^ "2nd unit of NTPC project at Kudgi begins commercial operation". 5 January 2018 – via The Economic Times. 

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