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APGENCO to set up 600 MW Rayalseema Thermal Power Project

APGENCO to set up 600 MW Rayalseema Thermal Power Project, stage IV in Rayalaseema in VV Reddy Nagar in Kadapa district of Andhra Pradesh. Already 4 units of 210 MW each are under operation and one unit of 210 MW is under construction at the same site. The land requirement for the project is 256.17 ha, which is under acquisition adjoining the existing plant. Water requirement is 38664 kld, which will be obtained from SPVB Reservoir. Coal requirement is estimated as 7620 TPD. Washed coal from MCL will be used.

Singareni Collieries Co to set up 600 MW thermal power plant at Jaipur village

Singareni Collieries Co to set up 600 MW thermal power plant at Jaipur village in Adilabad district of Andhra Pradesh. It will be a pithead power station. Coal will be obtained from Srirampur Coalfields of SCCL. HFO / LDO will be the support in fuel. Water will be obtained from Yellampalli Project point on river Godavari. Land requirement is 530 ha. The coal to be used will have sulphur content of 0.6% and ash content of 31%.

Vemagiri Power Generation to set up 2x350 MW Combined Cycle Power Plant

Vemagiri Power Generation, a GMR group company is to set up 2x350 MW Combined Cycle Power Plant in Vemagiri in East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh. The land requirement is estimated as 90 acres. Raw water requirement of 27,768 m3/day will be met from river Godavari. Natural gas from KG basin will be used as fuel. Closed circuit cooling system will be adopted. Power Offtaker Transmission Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Project Features: The project is awarded on the basis of International Competitive Bidding (ICB) The plant configuration is one each of GE 9FA Advanced Class Gas Turbine, Alstom Steam Turbine and L&T-CMI Heat Recovery Steam Generator in 1+1+1 configuration. M/s Gas Authority of India Ltd. (GAIL) is the Natural Gas (Fuel) supplier

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The project is expected to go operational in 2012. The company is also considering to set up a floating LNG terminal on the east coast to ensure fuel supply to its Vemagiri plant and is in talks with a Malaysian company. The second unit of the project is expected to go operational in February 2012.

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