Singrauli Super Thermal Power Station
Singrauli Super Thermal Power Station is a 2,000-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station in Uttar Pradesh, India, which is owned and operated by the National Thermal Power Corporation.
The undated satellite photo below shows the power station in Sonebhadra district.
- Unit 1 - 200 MW - 1982
- Unit 2 - 200 MW - 1982
- Unit 3 - 200 MW - 1983
- Unit 4 - 200 MW - 1983
- Unit 5 - 200 MW - 1984
- Unit 6 - 500 MW - 1986
- Unit 7 - 500 MW - 1987
An additional 500 MW subcritical unit (Stage III) was proposed at the Singrauli Super Thermal Power Station in August 2011.
In October 2016 NTPC submitted a pre-feasibility report to expand the power station by two supercritical units of 660 MW each. The proposal for an additional 500 MW unit appears to have been dropped.
On February 21, 2020, the project was recommended for environmental clearance.
Project Details for Proposed Expansion
Sponsor: National Thermal Power Corporation
Location: Sonebhadra district, Uttar Pradesh
Coordinates: 24.1033, 82.7068 (exact)
Capacity: 2 x 660 MW
Projected in service:
Source of financing:
Permits and applications: Terms of Reference, India MoEF, Dec 9, 2016
Articles and Resources
- "Singrauli Super (SSTPP) Coal Power Station India," Global Energy Observatory, accessed March 2012
- National Thermal Power Corporation, "Coal Based Power Stations ", National Thermal Power Corporation website, accessed June 2010.
- "Pending Application of SEBs up to 31st July 2011," Ministry of Coal, August 18, 2011
- "Pre-feasibility report," NTPC, Oct 2016
- Terms of Reference, India MoEF, Dec 9, 2016
- "NTPC to float tenders to meet FY19 capacity addition target," Financial Express, Apr 20, 2018
- MINUTES OF THE 38th MEETING OF THE RE-CONSTITUTED EXPERT APPRAISAL COMMITTEE (EAC) ON ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (EIA) OF THERMAL POWER PROJECTS HELD DURING 21st February, 2020, India MoEF, accessed July 2, 2020
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