Essar Power is one of India’s leading private power producers with over 15 year operating track record. The company’s power business currently has five operational power plants in India and one operational power plant in Algoma, Canada, with a total installed generation capacity of 3,830 MW.


Essar Power Hazira (515 MW)
Essar Power-Hazira power plant located near the Essar Steel facility in Hazira, Gujarat is a multi-fuel (naphtha, high-speed diesel, natural gasoline liquid and/or natural gasaz) combined-cycle plant.
Essar Steel and GUVNL, the Gujarat State power utility, purchase 215 MW and 300 MW of the power, respectively.

Essar Power Hazira (270 MW)
Essar Power Hazira is fuelled predominantly by imported coal and corex gas fines from the adjacent Essar Steel corex plant and comprises of two generation units of 135-MW capacity each.

Essar Bhander Power-Hazira (500 MW)

The Bhander Power-Hazira plant, located in Hazira, Gujarat, is a natural gas-fired combined-cycle captive power plant.

Essar Steel and other Essar Affiliated Companies are responsible for providing the natural gas required by the Bhander Power-Hazira plant, and in turn take the power generated pursuant to their PPAs with Bhander Power.

Essar Power Orissa

Paradip power plant is a coal-fired power plant comprising four generation units of 30 MW each located in Paradip, Orissa. The first phase of 60 MW was commissioned.

Paradip is a well-equipped and serviced port, an advantage for the supply of imported coal.

The Essar Power Jharkhand

Tori (EPJL) project will be domestic coal fired power plant being set up in Latehar district of Jharkhand. It will comprise of two generation units of 600 MW capacity each.


Essar Power (Canada) (formerly Algoma Energy LLP) owns and operates the Algoma Power Plant in Ontario, Canada. This 85 MW co-generation plant was commissioned on June 13, 2009. The plant’s facilities include two 375,000 pound/hour boilers and a 105 MW turbine. The power plant converts waste gases into electricity and steam for the steelworks. And 63 MW of the power produced is sold to the Ontario Power Authority pursuant to a 20 year power purchase agreement which expires in 2029.