Heoti power station

From Global Energy Monitor

Heoti power station is a proposed 800-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station in Maharashtra, India.


The map below shows the tehsil of Umred, but not the exact location of the project.

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In March 2018, state power company MAHAGENCO applied for a terms of reference for an 800 MW ultra-supercritical pithead coal plant in Heoti village, Umred tehsil, Nagpur district, Maharashtra. The plant would be located at the site of a reclaimed coal mine. The source of water would be sewage water from Nagpur city. Coal would be sourced from four mines in the Umrer area.[1]

As of June 2020 the project has not received any permits, and plans may be shelved.

Project Details

Location: Heoti village, Umred tehsil, Nagpur district, Maharashtra
Coordinates: 20.85564, 79.322502 (approximate)
Status: Shelved
Capacity: 800 MW
Type: Ultra-supercritical
Projected in service:
Coal Source: Umrer area, India
Source of financing:

Resources and articles

Related GEM.wiki articles


  1. "Cover letter for submission of Form-1," India MoEF, March 13, 2018

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