Mauda Super Thermal Power Station

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Mauda Super Thermal Power Station
Mauda Super Thermal Power Station is located in Maharashtra
Mauda Super Thermal Power Station
Location of the Mauda Super Thermal Power Station in Maharashtra, India
Country India
Location Nagpur Maharashtra
Coordinates 21°10′47″N 79°23′50″E / 21.17972°N 79.39722°E / 21.17972; 79.39722Coordinates: 21°10′47″N 79°23′50″E / 21.17972°N 79.39722°E / 21.17972; 79.39722
Status Oprational
Construction began 2009
Commission date Stage 1 on March 2013 and stage 2 is under erection
Owner(s) NTPC
Thermal power station
Primary fuel Coal
Power generation
Units operational 2 X 500. Under construction 2 X 660 MW
Make and model BHEL
Nameplate capacity 2,320 MW

Mauda Super Thermal Power Station or NTPC Mauda is located at Mauda a Tehsil in Ramtek subdivision of Nagpur district in Nagpur revenue Division in the Berar region in the state of Maharashtra, India. The power plant is one of the coal based power plants of National Thermal Power Corporation. 1000 MW Stage 1 was dedicated to nation by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 21 August 2014.[1]

Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) is the EPC contractor (EPCC) for the power project.[2][3]

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Stage Unit Number Installed Capacity (MW) Date of Commissioning Status
1st 1 500 March, 2013 Running[4]
2 500 April, 2013 Running[5]
2nd 3 660 March, 2016 Running[6]
4 660 March, 2017 Commissioned [7]
Total 2,320

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