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Krishnapatnam Power Corporation to set up 1980 MW at Thamminapatnam

Krishnapatnam Power Corporation to set up 1980 MW at Thamminapatnam in Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh. The project will be based on super critical technology. The land requirement is estimated as 1475 acres. Seawater will be used for cooling. The sweet water requirement will be met from the desalination plant of their group company. However, the desalination plant will not form part of this project.

Thermal Powertech Corporation to set up 1980 MW Thermal Power Project at Bander

Thermal Powertech Corporation to set up 1980 MW Thermal Power Project at Bander in Krishna district of Andhra Pradesh. The project will be based on super critical technology and will be implemented in two phases; Phase-I of 2x660 MW and Phase-II of 1x660 MW. Coal for phase-I will be domestic coal, while phase-II will be based on imported coal. Water requirement is 142 cusecs, which will be obtained from seawater. The land requirement is 1200 acres.

Gautami Power to set up 3x350 Gas based Combined Cycle Power Project at Samalkot

Gautami Power to set up 2x400 Gas based Combined Cycle Power Project Expansion project at Peddapuram in Samalkot in East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh. A power plant of 469 MW capacity is already existing at the site. Land requirement is 259 acres for phase-I and phase-II put together which has already been allotted by APIIC. Water requirement is estimated as 39408 m3/day. Gas will be obtained from KG Basin. Maytas Infra is a strategic investor along with GVK Group, NCC and IJM, in 464 MW (Phase-I) gas based combined cycle power plant at Peddapuram, East Godavari district in Andhra Pradesh state of India.

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Private power producer GVK Power and Infrastructure today said its Rs 3,200 crore gas-based power project in Andhra Pradesh will be built by a consortium of South Korea's Hyundai Engineering and Larsen & Toubro. A consortium of Hyundai Engineering and L&T will execute the 800-MW combined cycle power plant and the equipment will be supplied by Siemens. The 800-MW Gautami gas-based combined cycle power plant is being set up at Samalkot, in Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh. The project is expected to be complete in the next three years. All approvals, land, water and other requirements have been tied up and energy from the power plant will be sold to southern states, as well as Maharashtra. GVK currently owns and operates gas-based combined cycle power plants with a cumulative capacity of 915 MW in Andhra Pradesh.

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