APNRL – Jamshedpur Kandra Coal-Fired Thermal Power Plant 1080 MW – Jharkhand - Project Profile
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Adhunik Power and Natural Resources Ltd (APNRL), a unit of the listed group firm Adhunik Metaliks, is planning to construct a Coal-Fired Thermal Power Plant project in Jharkhand, India.
The project involves the construction of a coal-fired power plant with a capacity of 1,080MW. The project will be developed in two phases.
The first phase of the project involved the construction of a 540MW (2x270MW) coal fired power plant.
The second phase includes the construction of a 540MW coal fired power plant comprises of two units, each with a power generating capacity of 270MW.
The project includes the construction of a substation, a fuel storage unit, combustion chambers, chimneys and a powerhouse, the installation turbines and generators and the laying of transmission lines.
The fuel linkage of the power station will be from the captive Ganeshpur coal block, which has been allotted to APNRL and Tata Steel on a 50:50 joint-venture basis.
The engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) work of the first and second unit of the first phase of the project has been allotted to Nagarjuna Construction and Gannon Dunkerley Co. Ltd (GDCL) respectively.
The EPC work includes the main civil works package, whereas the construction of chimney is done by GDCL. Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) has been awarded the electromechanical package to install two pulverized, coal-fired boilers; two 270MW steam turbines; and two generators.
BHEL's scope of work envisages design, engineering, manufacture, supply, erection and commissioning of steam turbine, generator and boiler, along with associated auxiliaries and electrical, besides controls and instrumentation, and electrostatic precipitators.
Development Consultants Private Ltd has been appointed as consulting engineer for the project.
IDFC Project Equity fund is investing US$50 million in this power subsidiary to part finance the equity requirement of the project.
State Bank of India and Macquarie SBI Infrastructure Investments together will invest US$25 million as equity in a power project. This investment is towards part financing the equity of its ongoing 540MW coal-based independent power project.
APNRL has applied for coal linkage to take care of the requirements until the captive mine is operational for 1,080MW.
The construction work on Unit I and Unit II of the first phase were completed in October 2012 and May 2013 respectively.
Planning activities are underway for the second phase of the project.
The project involves the construction of a coal-fired power plant with a capacity of 1,080MW at Kandra, Gamarhia Tehsil, Padmapur village, Saraikela Kharsawan district, Jharkhand, India.
The US$1,060 million project includes the following:
1. Construction 540MW coal fired power plant in the first phase
2. Construction 540MW coal fired power plant in the second phase
3. Construction of a substation
4. Construction of a fuel storage unit
5. Construction of combustion chambers
6. Construction of chimneys
7. Construction of a powerhouse
8. Installation of turbines
9. Installation of generators
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