Hindustan Powerprojects Achieves COD of Unit-I of its Anuppur Thermal Power Plant

 The COD of unit-I (600 MW) of the first phase of 2,520 MW Anuppur thermal power project in Madhya Pradesh project has been commissioned at a total project cost of Rs 8,000 crore. This project will play key role in addressing power sufficiency to UP and MP. The total capacity of this thermal plant is 2,520 MW to be developed in two phases of 1,200 MW (2 x 600 MW) 1,320 MW (2 x 660 MW).
Raghav Trivedi, President Thermal, said, “The company has pursued an inclusive agenda by reaching out to communities and adhering to the strictest environmental norms. The benefits of investing about Rs 400 crore towards environment-friendly technology like ESP and planting over 81,000 trees will be reaped by the communities during the lifetime of the project. We thank the local authorities, community leaders and the people in the surrounding communities for their support. The commissioning is an evidence of the success of the PPP model.”
Hindustan Power Projects, signed PPA’s with Government of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh for 35 per cent and 361 MW respectively.

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Hindustan Powerprojects Achieves COD of Unit-I of its Anuppur Thermal Power Plant

 The COD of unit-I (600 MW) of the first phase of 2,520 MW Anuppur thermal power project in Madhya Pradesh project has been commissioned at a total project cost of Rs 8,000 crore. This project will play key role in addressing power sufficiency to UP and MP. The total capacity of this thermal plant is 2,520 MW to be developed in two phases of 1,200 MW (2 x 600 MW) 1,320 MW (2 x 660 MW).
Raghav Trivedi, President Thermal, said, “The company has pursued an inclusive agenda by reaching out to communities and adhering to the strictest environmental norms. The benefits of investing about Rs 400 crore towards environment-friendly technology like ESP and planting over 81,000 trees will be reaped by the communities during the lifetime of the project. We thank the local authorities, community leaders and the people in the surrounding communities for their support. The commissioning is an evidence of the success of the PPP model.”
Hindustan Power Projects, signed PPA’s with Government of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh for 35 per cent and 361 MW respectively.

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