List of Thermal Power Plants in India with Capacity PDF

list of thermal power plants in india with capacity pdf
list of thermal power plants in india with capacity pdf

List of Thermal Power Plants in India with Capacity PDF download consists of all the important (major) thermal power plants in India. It gives the list of thermal power plants in India their Plant names, commissioned date, Plant Capacity (MW) , Plant location and Operator (the organisation under which the thermal power station is operated).

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List of Thermal Power Plants in India with Capacity:

# Plant & Commissioned Date Location Capacity


1. Vindhyachal Thermal Power Station (1987) Singrauli,

Madhya Pradesh

4,760 NTPC
2. Mundra Thermal Power Station (May 2009) Mundra,

Kutch district, Gujarat

4,620 Adani Power
3. Mundra Ultra Mega Power Plant (March 2009) Mundra,

Kutch district, Gujarat

4,000 Gujarat Power Limited (CGPL), a subsidiary of Tata Power
4. Sasan Ultra Mega Power Project (March 2013) Sasan, Singrauli, Madhya Pradesh 3,960 Sasan Power, a subsidiary of Reliance Power
5. Jindal Tamnar Thermal Power Plant (Dec 2007) Tamnar,

Raigarh district, Chhattisgarh

3,400 Jindal Power Limited, subsidiary of Jindal Steel & Power
6. Chandrapur Super Thermal Power Station (Aug 1983) Urjanagar,

Chandrapur district, Maharashtra


(Govt of Maharastra)

7. Tiroda Thermal Power Station (Sept 2012) Tirora,

Gondia district, Maharashtra

3,300 Adani Power
8. Talcher Super Thermal Power Station (Feb 1995) Angul district,


3,000 NTPC
9. Sipat Super Thermal Power Station or Rajiv Gandhi Super Thermal Power Station (Aug 2008) Sipat,

Bilaspur district, Chhattisgarh

2,980 NTPC
10. NTPC Dadri (Oct 1991) Dadri,

Gautam Budh Nagar district, Uttar Pradesh

2,637 NTPC
11. NTPC Ramagundam

(Nov 1983)

Ramagundam Peddapalli district, Telangana 2,600 NTPC
12. Korba Super Thermal Power Plant (March 1983) Jamnipali,

Korba district, Chhattisgarh

2,600 NTPC
13. Rihand Thermal Power Station Renukut,

Sonbhadra district, Uttar Pradesh

2,500 NTPC
14. Sterlite Jharsuguda Power Station (Aug 2010) Jharsuguda,

Jharsuguda district, Odisha

2,400 Sterlite Energy, a subsidiary of Vedanta Resources
15. Kahalgaon Super Thermal Power Station (March 1992) Kahalgaon, Bhagalpur district, Bihar 2,340 NTPC
16. NTPC Mouda (March 2013) Mouda,

Nagpur district, Maharashtra

2,320 NTPC



17. Farakka Super Thermal Power Station (Jan 1986) Nabarun Murshidabad district, West Bengal 2,100 NTPC
18. Simhadri Super Thermal Power Station (Feb 2002) Visakhapatnam,

Andhra Pradesh

2,000 NTPC
19. Singrauli Super Thermal Power Station (Feb 1982) Shaktinagar, Sonebhadra district, Uttar Pradesh 2,000 NTPC
20. Kudgi Super Thermal Power Station ( Dec 2016) Kudgi,

Bijapur district, Karnataka

1600 NTPC
21. Sri Damodaram Sanjeevaiah Thermal Power Station (March 2014) Krishnapatnam, Nellore district, Andhra Pradesh 1600 Joint Venture of APGENCO (50%) & IL AND FS(50%)
22. Feroze Gandhi Unchahar Thermal Power Station

(Nov 1988)


Raebareli district, Uttar Pradesh

1550 NTPC
23. Wanakbori Thermal Power Station (March 1982) Wanakbori,

Kheda district, Gujarat

1470 GSECL

(Govt. of  Gujarat)

24. Barh Super Thermal Power Station (Oct 2013) Barh,

Patna district,


1320 NTPC


Key Notes to remember from the List of Thermal Power Plants in India with Capacity PDF:

  • Thermal power is the “largest” source of power in India. About 71% of electricity consumed in India are generated by thermal power plants.
  • National Thermal Power Corporation Limited is the power project to meet the power demand of National Capital Region (India) with Headquarters in New Delhi.
  • Gurdeep Singh is the present CMD of NTPC (As of Sept 2017).
  • Vindhyachal Thermal Power Station, Singrauli, Madhya Pradesh is the largest power producer in the country.
  • NTPC Ramagundam is the first ISO 14001 certified “Super Thermal Power Station” in India.
  • NTPC Dadri is a coal-fired (1820 MW) as well as gas-fired (817 MW) plant located in Gautam Budh Nagar district of Uttar Pradesh.
  • NTPC is a Maharatna Company with 20 coal based power stations and the largest thermal power generating company in the country. The company has a coal based installed capacity of 38,755 MW.
  • Simhadri is the first coastal coal fired thermal power station of NTPC Limited.
  • Singrauli Super Thermal Power Plant located at Shaktinagar in Sonebhadra district of Uttar Pradesh is the first power plant of NTPC.
  • Mundra Thermal Power Station by Adani Group is largest private thermal power producer.
  • RK Singh is the Present Minister of State (Independent charge) for Power and Renewable Energy (As of Sept 2017).

Thus you have download the List of Thermal Power Plants in India with Capacity PDF, you can also download the list of Nuclear power plants in India PDF.

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