GURU GOBIND SINGH SUPER THERMAL PLANT
Guru Gobind Singh Super Thermal Power Plant is located at Ghanaulinear Roapr in Punjab. The power plant is one of the coal based power plants of PSPCL.
- Guru Gobind Singh Super Thermal Power Station is situated near village Ghanauli on Chandigarh-Ropar highway. It is about 12 km from Ropar and 55 km from Chandigarh.
- The plant has a installed capacity of 1260 MW.
- The first unit was commissioned in September, 1984. During March 1985, the second unit was commissioned and in later years four more units were added.
- The station received the Incentive award for reducing fuel oil consumption in 1999.
- The station also received the Shield and excellent performance by Prime Minister of India during 1986-87 for achieving 70.08% PLF against then 53.2%.
- The plant has its source of water supply from NangalHydel Channel. The coal used mainly comes from mines in Bihar, West Bengal and Madhya Pradesh from more than 50 sources called collieries.
- It has 210 MW 3 cylinder mixed flow tandem coupled 3000 rpm BHEL make turbines.
- It has 247 MVA, 15.75 kV, 9050 A at 0.85 lag, 50 Hz, 3 phase, double star two pole generators.
Installed Capacity (MW)
Date of Commissioning
COST OF PROJECT
|ST – I||Rs. 380 Crores|
|ST – II||Rs. 438 Crores|
|ST – III||Rs. 599 Crores|