Prime Minister to launch 2400 MW NLC Talabira Thermal Power Station

This is the largest Greenfield Pithead Thermal Power Station envisaged in the country in the recent past that ensures energy security of the country and power the growth of the nation.

Prime Minister to launch 2400 MW NLC Talabira Thermal Power Station

NLC India Ltd., a Navratna Public Sector Enterprise under the aegis of Ministry of Coal is setting up a 2400 MW coal-based Ultra Super Critical Pit Head Thermal Power Project at Talabira in Jharsuguda district of Odisha at an estimated cost of Rs 27,212 Crore and further 800 MW is also planned in the second phase with investment of over Rs 8000 Crore approximately. Hon'ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone for the Phase-1 of NLC India Talabira Thermal Power Project on February 03, 2024.

This is the largest Greenfield Pithead Thermal Power Station envisaged in the country in the recent past that ensures energy security of the country and power the growth of the nation.
Leveraging on the cost benefits of a pit head project, the coal for the units will be fed from adjacent Talabira II and III operational mines of NLC India Ltd through eco-friendly conveyor system without involving costly road and rail transportation.

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The project would be able to supply power at one of the cheapest tariffs among all thermal power stations in the country. The first phase of the project will supply 1787 Crore units of electricity to Odisha and other states.

In addition to higher efficiency, this power plant is equipped with latest environment friendly designs of Flue Gas Desulphurisation (FGD) for SOx control, Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) for NOx control, 10% eco-friendly biomass co-firing, solid waste management and Effluent Treatment System.

 

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This project would generate huge employment opportunities, both during construction and operation phases of the station. Apart from direct employment, a lot of indirect employment opportunities will be generated by this project. This Project will significantly boost socio-economic development transforming the lives of people in the region.

This project is a standing example of Atmanirbhar Bharat with indigenous equipment and an apt example of fulfilling Hon’ble Prime Minister’s vision of establishing more pit head thermal power stations in mission mode owing to its inherent benefits. 

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