Kasargod power station
Kasargod power station is a proposed power station in Kerala, India.
The map below shows the location of Cheemeni village, but not the exact location of the project.
According to the original plan, the Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation (KSIDC) and Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) would form a special purpose vehicle with an equity participation of 50:50. Originally, regassified liquified natural gas (1,200 MW) and coal (1,320 MW) were proposed as feedstock firing the two streams of power being generated by the Rs 12,350-crore project with a cumulative capacity of 2,520 MW.
The companies received a terms of reference for the coal units in May, 2010.
In November, 2010, it was decided that the power station would be run on natural gas instead.
Project Details of
Sponsor: Kerala State Industrial Development Corp.
Location: Cheemeni village, Kasaragod district, Kerala
Coordinates: 12.242538, 75.233321 (approximate)
Status: Cancelled Coal capacity: 1,320 MW (2 x 660MW)
Projected in service:
Estimated annual CO2:
Source of financing:
Permits and applications: Coal units 1 & 2: Terms of Reference, India MoEF, May 24, 2010
Resources and articles
Related GEM.wiki articles
- "Natural gas to replace LNG, coal as Cheemeni plant feedstock," Business Line, Nov 30, 2010.
- Terms of Reference, India MoEF, May 24, 2010.
- "2520MW TPP (2×660 MW coal based supercritical power plant & 3×400 MW Gas based combined cycle power plant) at Cheemeni by Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation Ltd" Thermal MoEF News, July 6, 2011.