Bhognipur power station
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Bhognipur power station is a coal-fired power station which has been proposed by Lanco to be built at Bhognipur, Kanpur Dehat district in Uttar Pradesh, India.
The project is proposed to be built at Bhognipur, Kanpur Dehat district. The map below shows the location of Bhoghipur village but not the exact location of the project.
A November 2010 news report stated that Lanco has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Uttar Pradesh government for a 1,320 MW project to be completed in five years. Another news report from November 2011 stated that the plant would be commissioned within four years. However, in a February 2012 investor presentation Lanco does not include the project in its projected additional capacity through 2015.
The Uttar Pradesh cabinet granted an 18 month extension to the project in December 2013.
Location: Chaperghata, Rasulpur Bhuranda, Kripalpur and Bhartauli villages, Bhognipur taluk, Ramabai Nagar district, Uttar Pradesh
Coordinates: 26.192778, 79.940278 (exact)
Status: Phase I: Permitted; Phase II: Announced
Nameplate capacity: Phase I: 1320 MW; Phase II: 1320 MW
Projected in service:
Coal Type: Imported
Estimated annual CO2: 1320MW: 7,806,085 tons; 2640 MW: 15,612,170 tons
Source of financing:
Permits and applications: Environmental Clearance for units 1 and 2, India MoEF, August 24, 2012
Articles and Resources
- "UP signs MoU with Lanco group to set up power plant", Economic Times, November 5, 2010.
- Lanco Hills, "Leadership Team", Lanco Hills website, accessed February 2012.
- "Power plant at Bhognipur in 4 yrs", Times of India, November 30, 2011.
- Lanco, "Investor Presentation", February 2012, pages 8-9.
- "Extension granted to 9 power projects in UP," Centre for Monitoring the Indian Economy, Dec 12, 2013.