Waral power station

From Global Energy Monitor

Waral power station is a proposed 450 megawatt (MW) coal plant in Maharashtra, India.

Project location

The map below shows the location of Mhasale, but not the exact location of the proposed project.

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The project's sponsor, Ind-Barath Power, describes the project as defunct.

Project defunct

The project has been included on Thermal Power's "List of Upcoming Thermal Power Plants in Maharashtra" as a project of Ind-Barath Power (Konkan) Ltd;[1] however, the project is not mentioned on the Ind-Barath Power's own list of planned projects.[2] It appears that this project was abandoned after some initial planning. In its 2010 Draft Red Herring, Ind-Barath Power describes Ind-Barath Power (Konkan) Limited as a defunct company:[3]

Ind-Barath Power (Konkan) Limited was incorporated on November 10, 2003 as a public limited company under the name “IBEL Gas Power Limited”. Subsequently on April 23, 2007 its name was changed to its present name “Ind-Barath Power (Konkan) Limited”. The registered office of Ind-Barath Power (Konkan) Limited is located at Plot No. 30A, Road No. 1, Film Nagar, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad 500 033. Ind-Barath Power (Konkan) Limited was incorporated with the main object of generating, harnessing, developing, accumulating, distributing and supplying electricity by setting up power plants, to undertake the business of consultants and contractors in setting up plants for the production of electrical energy, and to carry on the business of supply of electricity. Currently, Ind-Barath Power (Konkan) Limited does not undertake any activity.

Project Details

Sponsor: Ind-Barath Power
Location: Waral village, Mhasale taluk, Raigad district, Maharashtra
Coordinates: 19.521033, 75.009818 (approximate)
Status: Cancelled
Capacity: 450 MW
Projected in service:
Coal Source:
Estimated annual CO2:
Source of financing:

Resources and articles

Related GEM.wiki articles


  1. "List of Upcoming Thermal Power Plants in Maharashtra," Thermal Power, accessed February 2012
  2. "Projects in Operation, Projects Under Implementation, Planned Projects," Ind-Barath Power Infra Limited, accessed February 2012
  3. "Ind-Barath Power Infra Limited," Draft Red Herring, June 21, 2010, p. 262

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