Pashamylaram Common Infrastructure is planning a coal-based co-gen power project in dist. Medak, Telangana

August 5, 2014

Thermal Power generation

Status: Planning Stage

Promoter: Pashamylaram Common Infrastructure

Project: Cogeneration power project

Fuel: Coal

Capacity: 1 MW

Location: Village Pashamylaram, dist. Medak, Telangana

Project Detail: The total land area is 15 acres. The estimated cost of the project is Rs. 860 million inclusive of a common effluent treatment plant, which is also in planning stage.

Current Status: The project is waiting for environmental clearance.

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Rungta Mines is planning a coal-based CPP in dist. Dhenkanal, Orissa.

July 17, 2014

Thermal Power generation

Status: Planning Stage
Promoter: Rungta Mines
Project: coal-based captive power project
Capacity: 120 MW
Location: Dist. Dhenkanal, Orissa.
Project Detail: The project will come up along with an integrated steel project in the same location, which is in planning stage. Land acquisition is in progress.
Current Status: The project is in planning stage.


Talavadi Cements is planning a captive power project in dist. Satna, Madhya Pradesh.

June 28, 2014

Thermal Power generation

Status: Planning Stage
Promoter: Talavadi Cements, a subsidiary of Birla Corporation
Project: Captive power plant
Capacity: 35 MW c
Location: Village Bari, dist. Satna, Madhya Pradesh
Environmental Consultant: JM Environet
Current Status: The project is waiting for environmental clearance.
Project Detail: The power generated will used for the cement project to come up in the same location, which is in planning stage.


VP Cements is planning a coal-based CPP in dist. YSR, Andhra Pradesh.

June 16, 2014

Thermal Power generation

Status: Planning Stage
Promoter: VP Cements
Project: Captive Power Plant
Capacity: 1×40 MW in phase I and another 1×40 MW in Phase II
Fuel: Coal
Location: Village Gundlakunta, dist. YSR, Andhra Pradesh
Project Details: The project is to be implemented in two phases. Land acquisition is under progress. Both the phases are waiting for environmental clearance. The project will come up as part of its Rs. 16 billion 2-phase integrated cement project.
Current Status: Work on phase-I is expected to commence in 2015. Work on phase-II is expected to commence in 2017.


Kanodia Cement is planning a coal-based CPP in dist. Kaimur (Bhabua), Bihar.

May 19, 2014

Captive Power Project
Status: Planning Stage
Promoter: Kanodia Cement, belonging to the Kanodia Group
Project: Plans a 15 MW captive power project
Fuel: Coal
Location: Unit-I, Durgawati, dist. Kaimur (Bhabua), Bihar.
Current Status: The project is waiting for environmental clearance. Land has been acquired. The project will come up along with an ordinary portland cement manufacturing project. The total cost of both the projects is Rs. 900 million.


Hira Electro Smelters is planning a WHR-based CPP in Andhra Pradesh.

May 5, 2014

Thermal Power generation

Status: Announcement Stage
Promoter: Hira Electro Smelters, formerly known as RVR Smelters, belonging to the Hira Group
Project: Plans waste heat recovery based captive power project
Capacity: 20 MW WHR-based CPP
Location: Bobbili, dist. Vizianagaram, Andhra Pradesh.
Current Status: The project is in conceptual stage. Work on the project is expected to commence in 2017. The project will come up along with a 50,000 TPA coke oven products manufacturing project.


Jai Bhole Cement Combine is planning a coal and WHR-based CPP in dist. Yavatmal, Maharashtra.

February 18, 2014

Thermal Power generation

Status Planning Stage
Promoter: Jai Bhole Cement Combine, a group company of Zawar Sales
Project: Captive power project
Capacity: 72 MW ( coal as fuel) & 10 MW (WHR as fuel)
Location: Velabai, dist. Yavatmal, Maharashtra.
Current Status: Equipment supplier is yet to be appointed. The project is waiting for final approval of environmental clearance. Work on the project will commence in March 2014 and is planned for completion in H1 2017. The project will come up as part of its Rs. 151 billion integrated cement project spread over 2,500 acres of acquired land.


Aditya Birla Nuvo is planning an expansion of its coal & lignite-based captive power project in Gujarat.

January 11, 2014

Thermal Power generation

Status: Planning Stage
Promoter: Aditya Birla Nuvo
Project: Expansion captive power plant
Capacity: Expansion from 34.5 MW to 54.5 MW
Fuel: Coal & lignite
Cost: Rs. 8,500 million ( Inclusive of viscose filament yarn project)
Location: at Indian Rayon unit at Veraval, dist. Gir Somnath, Gujarat
Current Status: The project is waiting for environmental clearance. The project is planned for completion in 2 years from zero date.


Cauvery Power Generation Chennai is planning an expansion of its coal-based power project in dist. Tiruvallur, Tamil Nadu.

November 30, 2013

Thermal Power generation

Status: Announcement/Conceptual Stage
Promoter: Cauvery Power Generation Chennai, an SPV promoted by the promoters of Kaveri Gas Power,
Project: Expansion of its coal-based power project
Location: Village Sirupuzhalpettai & Billakuppam, dist. Tiruvallur, Tamil Nadu.
Current Status: The capacity will be augmented from 63 MW to 213 MW. The coal for the plant is imported from Indonesia and supplied by Coastal Energy. The project is in a conceptual stage. The 63 MW coal-based power project stands commissioned since 2012.


Rashi Steel & Power is implementing a coal-based CPP in dist. Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh.

October 28, 2013

Thermal Power generation

Status: Under Implementation
Promoter: Rashi Steel & Power, formerly known as Rashi Strips
Project: Implementation of a captive power project
Capacity: 43 MW
Fuel: Coal
Location: Village Paraghat and Beltukri, dist. Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh
Consultants: Grass Roots Research and Creation India
Current Status: Civil work is in progress and the total project is scheduled for completion in 4 years. According to MoEF sources, total land requirement is 199 acres, out of which 77 acres has been acquired and the remaining 122 acres is under acquisition. The power requirement will be 46 MW. Out of the 46 MW power, 43 MW will be produced by the coal based captive power plant and shortfall of 3 MW to be met from state grid of Chhattisgarh electricity board. The rejects from the coal washery is about 18000 TPA. This will be blended with 20% of imported raw coal. Then the mix will be recycled to captive power plant of 1×43 MW for feeding. Dust collected from all dust collecting system consists of iron ore fines will be sent back to the raw pellet mix. The fly ash generation from the power plant is 26,000 TPA which will be sold to the brick manufacturers. The captive power project is a part of its Rs. 5,400 million integrated steel plant.


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