Parli Thermal Power Station

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Parli Thermal Power Station is an 1150 megawatt (MW) power station owned by Maharashtra State Power Generation Company (MSPGCL), a Maharashtra government owned company.[1] An additional 250 MW unit is under construction.

Location of old plant

The original plant (units 1-5) is located on the north side of Parli-Vaijnath, Beed district, Maharashtra state.

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Location of plant expansion

The plant expansion (units 6-8) is located about 5 kilometers north of the old plant.

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Background

The first five units were built from 1971 through 1987 on the north side of Parli-Vaijnath. [1]

The expansion of the plant began in 2007 with the addition of Unit 6 (210 MW). Unit 7 (210 MW) was completed in 2010. Unit 8 (250 MW) began construction in 2009 and is projected for commissioning in March 2014.[2][3]

Project Details for Unit 7 and Unit 8 additions

Sponsor: Maharashtra State Power Generation Company (MSPGCL)
Location: Parli-Vaijnath, Beed district, Maharashtra state, India
Coordinates:

  • Old plant (units 1-5): 18.8684504733, 76.5253684316
  • Plant expansion (units 6-8): 18.9075857, 76.5429497

Status: Unit 7 (250 MW): Operating 2010; Unit 8 (250 MW): Under construction
Nameplate capacity:[4]

  • Unit 1: 30 MW (1971)
  • Unit 2: 30 MW (1972)
  • Unit 3: 210 MW (1980)
  • Unit 4: 210 MW (1985)
  • Unit 5: 210 MW (1987)
  • Unit 6: 210 MW (2007)
  • Unit 7: 250 MW (2010)
  • Unit 8: 250 MW under construction

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Projected in service: Unit 8: 2014[2]
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Resources

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Maharashtra State Power Generation Company, "Installed Capacity", Maharashtra State Power Generation Company website, accessed November 2011.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Ongoing Projects," Mahagenco website, accessed October 2013
  3. "Monthly Report on Broad Status of Thermal Power Projects in the Country" Government of India Ministry of Power, September 2013.
  4. "Parli Coal Power Station India," Global Energy Observatory, accessed March 2012

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