Talcher Super Thermal Power Station

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The Talcher Super Thermal Power Station is India's second largest coal-fired power plant at 3000 MW. The plant is located in Kaniha in the state of Orissa. The plant is sponsored by NTPC.

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Proposed Expansions

It was reported in August 2010 that the plant was to add a 500 MW unit. Additionally, the plant is to add two 660 MW units.[1]

Project Details for 500 MW and 1320 MW expansions

Sponsor: NTPC
Location: Kaniha, Orissa
Coordinates: 21.098074, 85.074005
Status: Proposed
Production capacity: 3000MW plus 500 MW and 1320 MW
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References

  1. "NTPC to add another 500 mw to Talcher plant" Fe Bureaus, The Financial Express, August 10, 2010.

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