Under Construction Projects
Hazira II - Gujarat (270 MW)
The Hazira II power plant, located at Hazira, Gujarat, will be fueled predominantly by imported coal and corex gas and fines from the adjacent Essar Steel corex plant and comprises two generation units of 135-MW capacity.
Power from the plant will be supplied back to Essar Steel.
Paradip - Orissa (120 MW)
The Paradip power plant will be a coal-fired power plant comprising four generation units of 30 MW each located in Paradip, Orissa. Paradip is a well-equipped and serviced port, an advantage for the supply of imported coal.
Power from the plant will be supplied to Essar Steel.
Tori I - Jharkhand (1,200 MW)
The Tori I power plant will be a captive pit-head coal-fired power plant, comprising two generation units of 600 MW capacity each, located in Latehar district, Jharkhand.
Fuel for the project will be sourced from the Chakla and Ashok Karkata captive coal blocks owned by the company. These blocks are currently under development and proceeding through their respective clearance processes.
Tori II - Jharkhand (600 MW)
The Tori II power plant is a 600 MW expansion of the Tori I power project. Essar Power Jharkhand has acquired the land for the project and the single boiler, turbine, generator unit.
The Company expects to fuel the expansion project from the coal mines already allocated to it at Chakla and Ashok Karkata.
Salaya II - Gujarat (1,320 MW)
The Salaya II power plant is a 1,320-MW super-critical coal fired plant comprising two 660 MW generating units. The project, located at Jamnagar district, Gujarat, is based on imported coal which is yet to be secured.
Salaya III - Gujarat (600 MW)
The Salaya III power plant is a 600 MW circulating fluidised bed combustion technology plant comprising four units of 150 MW. This is a pet coke and thermal coal based power plant at Jamnagar, Gujarat. Pet coke for the plant will be purchased from the Vadinar refinery.
Navabharat I - Orissa (1,050 MW)
Navabharat I is a 1,050 MW power project located in the Dhenkanal District of the state of Orissa. The project, comprising two coal fired units of 525 MW, includes the allocation of the Rampia Coal block of 112 million metric tons (mmt) and has a tapering linkage of 4.7 million metric tons per annum (mmtpa) from Coal India.