Maithon Right Bank Thermal Power Station
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The Maithon Right Bank Thermal Power Station is a 1050-megawatt (MW) project owned by Maithon Power Ltd. in Jharkhand, India.
The undated satellite photo below shows the power station in the town of Maithon, Dhanbad district.
Maithon Power is a joint venture company by Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) and Tata Power. (DVC also refers elsewhere on its website as the project being a 1000MW project). The project is on the right bank of the Barakar River in Dhanbad District of Jharkhand, India.
Water for the project comes from the Maithon Reservoir on River Barakar.
However, as of March 2015 the expansion has yet to receive environmental permits, and appears to be deferred or abandoned.
- Phase I, Unit 1: Operating (2011)
- Phase I, Unit 2: Operating (2012)
- Phase II: Shelved
- Phase I: 1,050 MW (Units 1-2: 525 MW)
- Phase II: 1,320 MW (Units 3-4: 660 MW)
Resources and articles
Related SourceWatch articles
- Damodar Valley Corporation, "Growth Plans: 11th Plan Capacity Addition Programme", Damodar Valley Corporation website, accessed November 2011.
- "Monthly Report on Broad Status of Thermal Power Projects in the Country" Government of India Ministry of Power, February 2012.
- "Tata Maithon Right Bank Thermal Power Station" Global Energy Observatory, accessed December 28, 2011.
- ALL INDIA REGIONWISE GENERATING INSTALLED CAPACITY (MW) OF POWER UTILITIES INCLUDING ALLOCATED SHARES IN JOINT AND CENTRAL SECTOR UTILITIES, Central Electricity Authority, March 31, 2012
- "Maithon Power Limited," Directors' Report, 31 March 2012
- "Investor presentation," Tata Power, Sep 2012.