NTPC to set up 3x500 MW Aravali Thermal Power Project at Village Jharli in Jhajjar district of Haryana. The land requirement for the project is 2170 acres. However, it is proposed to acquire 2223 acres which would include expansion of two additional units of 500 MW each at a later stage. Coal will be used as fuel and the requirement is estimated as 24353 TPD at 90% PLF which will be obtained from Mahanadi Coalfields Ltd. Water requirement is 5675 m3/hr, which will be obtained from Jawaharlal Feeder Canal. The total project cost is estimated at Rs. 83031 million.
The Project is being executed by NTPC from concept to commissioning and subsequent Operation & Maintenance in Joint Venture with Coal linkage : Coal linkage of 6.94 Million Tonne Per Annum allocated from Mahanadi Coalfields Ltd. By Ministry of Coal, Govt. of India.
Haryana’s Share : 750 MW
Equity contribution : NTPC-50%, Haryana-25%, Delhi-25%.
Date of LOI of Boiler &Turbine: 06.07.07 & 14.07.07 respectively.
Power Availability : Generation from this project shall start during 2010 and after commissioning of this project 180 Lac Units of electricity per day would be available for the State
500 MW Unit-I commissioned on 1.11.2010
500 MW Unit-II Synchronised on 21.10.2011
500 MW Unit-III March 2012