Amauli Fatehpur power station

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Amauli Fathepur power station is a proposed 1980 MW coal-fired power plant to be built in Amauli, Fathepur mandal, in Uttar Pradesh, India by Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation and Neyveli Lignite Corporation.

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Background

In June 2012, Uttar Pradesh laid the foundation stone for the plant. Union Coal Minister Shri Prakash Jaiswal said that the government was committed to providing coal, and that the plant would begin providing power in 2015.[1] [2]

Project Details

Sponsor: Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation and Neyveli Lignite Corporation
Location: Amauli, Fathepur mandal, Uttar Pradesh, India
Coordinates: 26.013576, 80.307383 (location of Amauli but not the exact location of the project)
Status: Under construction[1]
Nameplate capacity: 1980 MW[1]
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Projected in service: 2015[1]
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