Dhariwal power station

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Dhariwal power station is a 600 megawatt (MW) coal plant in Maharashtra, India.

Location

The undated satellite photo below shows construction activities at the project site, which is located 2 km south of the village of Tadali and 10 km northwest of Chandrapur city in Maharashtra.

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Background

The power station was proposed by by Dhariwal Infrastructure, a subsidiary of CESC.

According to February 2014 report of the Ministry of Electricity, Unit 1 was commissioned in November 2013.[1] Unit 2 was commissioned in August 2014.[2]

Project Details

Sponsor: Dhariwal Infrastructure, a subsidiary of CESC[1]
Location: Tadali village, Chandrapur district, Maharashtra[1]
Coordinates: 20.0105878, 79.2034328 (exact)
Status: Operating
Capacity: 600 MW (2 x 300 MW)
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Estimated annual CO2:
Source of financing:
Permits and applications: Environmental Clearance, India MoEF, December 4, 2009

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Monthly Report on Broad Status of Thermal Power Projects in the Country, Central Electricity Authority, February 2014
  2. "CESC: Updates on subsidiary company," Money Control, Aug 14, 2014.

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