Chakabura power station

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Chakabura power station is a 60-megawatt (MW) power plant owned by ACB (India) in Chhattisgarh, India.


The undated satellite photo below shows the power station at Chakabura village, Korba district, Chhattisgarh.

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The plant was a pilot project set up to utilize the by-products of ACB's coal benefication business. Unit 1 commissioned in 2007,[1] and unit 2 in 2014.[2]

Project Details

Sponsor: ACB (India)
Location: Chakabura village, Korba district, Chhattisgarh
Coordinates: 22.3936527, 82.553249 (exact)
Status: Operating
Nameplate capacity: 60 MW (Units 1-2: 30 MW)
Type: Subcritical
In service: 2007 (Unit 1); 2014 (Unit 2)
Coal Type:
Coal Source:
Estimated annual CO2: 1,596,699 tons
Source of financing:

Resources and articles


  1. ACB India, "30 MW Power Plant, Chakabura, Chhattisgarh (Phase I)", ACB (India) website, accessed January 2014.
  2. ACB India, "30 MW Power Plant, Chakabura, Chhattisgarh (Phase II)", ACB (India) website, accessed January 2016

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