Nashik Thermal Power Station
|Nashik Thermal Power Station|
Location within Maharashtra
|Location||Nashik, Nashik, Maharashtra|
|Operator(s)||Maharashtra State Power Generation Company (Mahagenco)|
|Thermal power station|
|Nameplate capacity||880.00 MW|
Nashik Thermal Power Plant is located at Eklahare village near Nashik in Maharashtra. The power plant is one of the coal based power plants of Maharashtra State Power Generation Company (Mahagenco)
Nashik Thermal Power Station has an installed capacity of 140*2+210*3=910 MW. The First unit was commissioned in 1970. the cost of unit including civil works was Rs 56.5 crores. and the second unit also commissioned with the same cost under the first stage. the second stage consists of three units of 210 MW each was commissioned in the later years. the power station campus includes self-contained township with all amenities. The entire land consists of 474 hectares. The power plant has got ISO Certification on April 2002.
|Stage||Unit Number||Installed Capacity (MW)||Date of Commissioning||Status|
|Stage I||1||140||August 1970||Stopped(under renovation)|
|Stage I||2||140||March 1971||Stopped(under renovation)|
|Stage II||3||210||April 1979||Running|
|Stage II||4||210||July 1980||Running|
|Stage II||5||210||January 1981||Running|
It is on the Bhusawal–Kalyan section of Central Railway. Coal-based thermal power stations consume large quantities of coal. The Nasik Thermal Power Station consumed 4,626,000 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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