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Thermal

Tata Power generates about 7340 MW from our Thermal Power plants.

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
  • Mundra in Gujarat
  • Jojobera, Jharkhand

Mundra UMPP

Coastal Gujarat Power Limited (CGPL), Tata Power's wholly-owned subsidiary, has implemented the 4000 MW UMPP near the port city of Mundra in Gujarat which meets nearly 3% of India's power needs of the country. This UMPP is India's first 800 MW unit thermal power plant using supercritical technology, supplying to 5 states: Gujarat, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Haryana and Punjab.

Maithon

Maithon Power Limited (MPL), a joint venture with DVC, has implemented 1050 MW coal-based thermal power plant in Jharkhand. This project is India's first 525 MW thermal power plant using subcritical technology, and the first PPP venture plant in the country. Benefitting close to 16 million consumers, apart from supplying cost competitive power to industry and agriculture, the project supplies power to New Delhi, Jharkhand, West Bengal and Kerala.

Trombay

The Trombay Thermal Power Station, located in Mumbai, has an installed generation capacity of 1580 MW. Providing power to majority consumers (bulk & retail) in Mumbai, the plant has a list of firsts to its credit. From the first 150 MW and 500 MW plant in India to setting up the unique islanding system which ensures uninterrupted power supply to Mumbai.

Did you know?

The Ultra Mega Power project (UMPP) implemented near the port city of Mundra in Gujarat, is India's first 800 MW unit thermal power plant using supercritical technology, and is arguably the most energy-efficient, coal-based thermal power plant in the country.