Tadadi power station

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Tadadi power station was a proposed 2,100-megawatt (MW) gas-fired power plant in the state of Karnataka, India.[1]


The map below shows the approximate location of the proposed power station in Uttara Kannada District, the state of Karnataka, India.

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The 2,100 MW Tadadi plant has seen no material progress since being approved by the state in 2009. There has been no update on the project since 2014 and no engineering, procurement, and construction contract has been awarded to date.[2]

Project Details

  • Sponsor: Karnataka Power Corp Ltd.
  • Parent company: Karnataka Power Corp Ltd.[1]
  • Location: KumtaTaluk, Uttara Kannada District, the state of Karnataka, India[3]
  • Coordinates: 14.7937, 74.6869 (approximate)
  • Gross capacity (canceled): 2,100 MW
    • Combined-cycle units 1: 700 MW[1]
    • Combined-cycle units 2: 700 MW[1]
    • Combined-cycle units 3: 700 MW[1]

Articles and Resources


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Tadadi Combined Cycle Power Plant, Infraline, accessed November 2019.
  2. Karnataka’s Electricity Sector Transformation, IEEFA.org, July 2018.
  3. TADADI COMBINED CYCLE POWER PLANT, Karnataka Power Corporation Limited, last updated July 15, 2014.