Durgapur Projects Limited

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Durgapur Projects Limited power station is a 641 megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station owned by Durgapur Projects Limited, which has proposed a 300 MW extension known as Unit 7a.

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Background

The Durgapur Projects Limited, a government of West Bengal enterprise, owns and operates the Durgapur Projects Limited power station, a 641 megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station by Durgapur Projects Limited;[1] Durgapur Projects Ltd has proposed a 300 MW extension known as Unit 7a.[2]

The existing plant comprises the following units:[1]

  • Unit 1 - 30 MW - 1960
  • Unit 2 - 30 MW - 1960
  • Unit 3 - 77 MW - 1964
  • Unit 4 - 77 MW - 1964
  • Unit 5 - 77 MW - 1966
  • Unit 6 - 110 - 1987
  • Unit 7 - 300 MW - 2008
  • Unit 7a - 300 MW - proposed

Resources and articles

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Power Plant," Durgapur Projects Limited web site, accessed January 30, 2012
  2. "Curgapur Projects Ltd to set up Extension (1x300MW) Unit - 7A at Durgapur," Thermal Power, accessed January 30, 2012

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