Shree Singaji Thermal Power Project

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Shree Singaji Super Thermal Power Project
(Mundi Power Plant)
CountryIndia
LocationDongalia, Mundi Khandwa District, Madhya Pradesh
Coordinates22°6′10″N 76°32′10″E / 22.10278°N 76.53611°E / 22.10278; 76.53611Coordinates: 22°6′10″N 76°32′10″E / 22.10278°N 76.53611°E / 22.10278; 76.53611
StatusUnit 1: Operational
Unit 2: Commissioning
Commission dateUnit 1: February, 2014
Owner(s)Madhya Pradesh Power Generation Company Limited (MPPGCL)
Operator(s)Madhya Pradesh Power Generating Company Limited (MPPGCL)
Thermal power station
Primary fuelCoal
Power generation
Units operational2 X 600 MW
2 X 660 MW
Nameplate capacity2520 MW

Shree Singaji Super Thermal Power Project is a coal-fired power plant located near Dongaliya village near by Mundi of Khandwa District in Madhya Pradesh state of India. This project is owned by MPPGCL (Madhya Pradesh Power Generating company limited). The water required is taken from Indira Sagar Reservoir on Narmada River. Coal linkage is achieved with South Eastern Coalfields Limited.[1]

Installed capacity[edit]

The Project was originally envisaged to be constructed in three development phases, but only two of the three phases have been approved for construction.

The first phase consists of 2 units with a generation capacity of 600 MW each. First unit was commissioned in February 2014 and, as of June 2014, the second unit is expected to complete in October 2014.[2]

The second phase consists of 2 units with generation capacity of 660 MW each. These units would be super critical thermal plants. As of December 2014, construction of phase two had not yet started.[3]

Stage Unit Number Installed Capacity (MW) Date of Commissioning Status
First 1 600 2014, February Running
First 2 600 2014, December Running
Second 3 660 Under Development
Second 4 660 Under Development

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