Simhapuri Energy

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Simhapuri Energy Ltd is a subsidiary of the Madhucon Group. The company was established in 2005 to "develop, construct, operate and distribute power from coal based power projects in India."[1]

Thamminapatnam power station is a proposed 1920 megawatt (MW) coal plant being developed by Simhapuri Energy (SEPL) in the Nellore District of Andhra Pradesh. The project is being developed in three phases. Phase I comprises 2 units of 150 MW; Phase II comprises 2 units of 150 MW each; and Phase II comprises 2 Supercritical units of 660 MW each.[2]

On its website the company states that coal for the project "has been tied-up from Indonesia".[2] Another Madhucon Group subsidiary, PT Madhucon Indonesia, operates open-cut coal mines in Indonesia. The company states that it "owns two mining licenses in Indonesia, with one of them at South Sumatra which is having a coal reserve of 900 million tons. The coal has higher calorific value and less ash content compared to domestic coal."[3]

Contact details

Simhapuri Energy
Plot No. 6-3- 866 / 2,
3rd Floor, Madhucon Greenlands
Begumpet,
Hyderabad – 500 016 (India)
Telephone: +91 40 2341 2196, +91 40 2341 2297 / 98
Fax: +91 40 2341 2197 e-mail: info@simhapurienergy.com
Website: http://www.simhapurienergy.com/

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References

  1. Simhapuri Energy, "Simhapuri Energy", Simhapuri Energy website, accessed January 2012.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Simhapuri Energy Private Limited, company website, accessed January 2012
  3. "PT Madhucon Indonesia" company website, accessed January 2012