Satpura Thermal Power Station
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Satpura Thermal Power Station is an existing 1,392 megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station located at Sarni in the District of Betul, Madhya Pradesh, India.
Existing Plant location
The existing plant (units 1-9) is located north of Sarni.
Location of Expansion (Units 10 and 11)
Units 10 and 11 are located adjacent to the east side of the older plant site.
Location of coal handling and ash disposal
A large coal ash disposal site is located about 1 km west of Sarni. A coal handling plant is located northwest of Sarni, between Sarni and the adjacent town of Pathakhera.
The plant is currently being expanded with the addition of two 250MW units to the existing power station The first unit, Unit 10 was commissioned in March 2013. The second unit, Unit 11, is due for commissioning in 2013.
Project Details of expansion for Units 10 and 11
Sponsor: M.P. Power Generating Company
Location: Sarni, Betul district, Madhya Pradesh, India
- Original plant: 22.1107004, 78.1738615
- Unit 10 and 11 expansion: 22.1081334, 78.1770721
- Coal ash disposal site and coal handling plant: 22.1091796, 78.1561804
Status: Unit 10: operating 2013; Unit 11: construction (November 2013 projected completion date)
Nameplate capacity: 1,392 MW existing and 250 MW expansion
Projected in service: Unit 11: 2013
Estimated annual CO2:
Source of financing:
Articles and Resources
- Madhya Pradesh Power Generating Co, "Satpura Thermal Power Station,Sarni", Madhya Pradesh Power Generating Co website, accessed December 2011.
- Monthly Report on Broad Status of Thermal Power Projects in the Country, Central Electricity Authority, August 2013
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