GSPC Pipavav Power Co to set up 1050 MW NG/LNG based Combined Cycle Power Project at Kovaya in Amreli district of Gujarat. The land requirement for the project is 125 ha out of which 114 ha belong to farmers and remaining 9 ha is Govt. land. The LNG requirement is estimated as 1.2 MMTPA. The water requirement is estimated as 1,28,808 m3/day, which will be obtained from sea. The total project cost is estimated at Rs. 33780 million. Tata Consulting Engineers have been appointed as consultant for the project.
The first phase of 350 MW is in advanced stages of commissioning, as it was scheduled to be commissioned during May 2011, but delayed due to road accident of GE turbines during transport. The next phase is likely to be completed by December 2011.
Adani Power to set up 1980 MW (2x330 MW & 2x660 MW) TPP Phase-II at Mundra in Kutch district of Gujarat. The total land requirement for phase-I and phase-II put together is 254.59 ha and the total land available with the project proponent is 293.88 ha. It may be noted, the project lies in SEZ notified for power. The total imported coal requirement for both the phases is stated to be 7.80 million TPA (for Ph-II 6.00 MTPA). Imported coal with sulphur content of 0.30% and ash content of 4.0% will be used as fuel. Coal will be imported through Mundra Port and from there by a straight through railway track with a provision of return of wagons through parallel track. The intake water structure and facilities, which were proposed for Phase-I would be sufficient to cater to the need of water for the total power project of Phase-I and Phase-II put together. It is proposed to release the effluents through a pipeline diffuser of 190 m long having 20 number of ports with 31 cm. diameter each to a distance of 3.5 km into the sea at a depth of 4.5 m CD. The total project cost is estimated at Rs.. 78,660 million.
Phase - 1 : 2 x 330 MW – Already commissioned
Phase - 2 : 2 x 330 MW – Unit-3 already commissioned, Unit-4 expected to be commissioned shortly
Phase - 3 : 2 x 660 MW – Unit-5 commissioned in June 2011
Phase - 4 : 3 x 660 MW- under implementation