Conventional Energy

Harnessing Hydro Power

Tata Power generates about 10757 MW of power of which 7340 MW is from Thermal Power plant. The Company has been associated with the growing legacy of Mumbai as a business city for over nine decades. Mumbai's growth has literally been powered by Tata Power's reliable power supply. Tata Power has now spread its footprint across the country and overseas. Outside Mumbai, the Company has generation capacities in the States of Jharkhand, West Bengal, Gujarat, and Karnataka.

The Thermal Power Stations of the Company are located at:

  • Trombay in Mumbai
  • Jamshedpur, Jojobera and Maithon in Jharkhand
  • Haldia in West Bengal
  • Kalinganagar in Odisha

An optimum mix of hydel and thermal capacities enables the company to supply power at competitive tariffs to its customers.

The 4000 MW Ultra Mega Power project has been recently completed and all 5 units have been commissioned. Some of its new projects under implementation includes:

  • 1600 MW
  • 652.5 MW
  • 660 MW
  • 1980 MW
  • Coastal Maharashtra Project
  • Kalinganagar Thermal Power Project
  • Naraj Marthapur Thermal Power Project
  • Tiruldih Thermal Power Project