Coal fired power plants shut down in India during fiscal 2017-18

Last Modified: Fri May 18 2018 17:53:51 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
  • 3,601 MW
    of coal power plant capacity, across 28 units in 16 plants, retired or converted across India this fiscal. During the same period, 8,710 MW of new capacity has been added.
  • 200 MW
    Koradi TPS Unit 5 (200 MW) retired from the state sector of Maharashtra in Apr 2017.
  • 60 MW
    Chandrapur TPS Unit 1 (30 MW) and 2 (30 MW) retired from the state sector of Assam in Aug 2017.
  • 240 MW
    Ukai TPS Unit 1 (120 MW) and Unit 2 (120 MW) retired from the state sector of Gujarat in Aug 2017.
  • 240 MW
    Sikka TPS Unit 1 (120 MW) and Unit 2 (120 MW) retired from the state sector of Gujarat in Aug 2017.
  • 60 MW
    Harduaganj TPS Unit 5 (60 MW) retired from the state sector of Uttar Pradesh in Aug 2017.
  • 90 MW
    Obra TPS Unit 1 (40 MW) and Unit 2 (50 MW) retired from the state sector of Uttar Pradesh in Aug 2017.
  • 210 MW
    Bhusawal TPS Unit 2 (210 MW) retired from the state sector of Maharashtra in Aug 2017.
  • 30 MW
    Chinakuri TPS Unit -1,2 and 3 (10 MW each)retired from the private sector of West Bengal in Aug 2017.
  • 18 MW
    Dishergarh TPS (18 MW) retired from the private sector of West Bengal in Aug 2017.
  • 8.375 MW
    Seebpore TPS (8.375 MW) retired from the private sector of West Bengal in Aug 2017.
  • 130 MW
    Chandrapura TPS Unit -2 (130 MW) retired from the Central Sector of DVC in Sep 2017.
  • 420 MW
    Bokara `B` TPS Unit 1 (210 MW) and Unit 2 (210 MW) retired from the Central Sector of DVC in Sep 2017.
  • 445 MW
    PATRATU TPS U-4,6,7,9&10 (1*40+1*90+1*105+2*110=455 MW) has been retired from the Central Sector of Jharkhand.
  • 1,200 MW
    Units 3 and 4 of the Sterlite Thermal Power Plant in Odisha have been converted to work on gas.
  • 120 MW
    Unit 4 of Jojobera Thermal Power Station has been converted to operate on gas.
  • 210 MW
    Units 3 and 4 (2 x 105 MW) of Panki Thermal Power Station retired in Mar 2018.