JSPL – Coal Fired Thermal Power Plant 2640 MW – Tete - Project Profile
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Jindal Steel & Power limited (JSPL) is planning to undertake the construction of a 2,640MW coal-fired thermal power plant between the districts of Changara and Songo, Tete province, Mozambique.
The project involves the construction of a coal washing unit, a water transmission pipeline, raw water storage tanks, switch-yard for power evacuation, powerhouses, the installation of turbines, generators and laying of transmission lines.
The power plant will be located in Tete province, where the Jindal received a mining concession valid for 25 years for exploration of 21,540ha and designed to produce annually 6.66 million tons of coal. The developer has also signed an agreement with Ministry of Energy of Mozambique for setting up of a thermal power plant.
Developer plans to develop the project in phases.
The first 150MW power plant will have two 75 MW units.
Furthermore, a new 150MW plant will be developed after the completion of the first plant and another two plants with the capacity of 660MW each will be developed.
L&T-Sargent & Lundy Limited appointed as engineering and design consultant for the 150MW power plant.
Developer is in the discussion with government agencies for environmental issues.
The project involves the construction of a 2,640MW coal-fired thermal power plant between the districts of Changara and Songo, Tete province, Mozambique.
The US$3,000 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 2,640 MW power plant
2. Construction of a water transmission pipeline
3. Construction of raw water storage tanks
4. Construction of powerhouses
5. Construction of substations
6. Installation of generators
7. Laying of transmission linesReasons To Buy