CLEAN TECHNOLOGY BASED THERMAL POWER PROJECTS
Suryachakra is committed to implement clean coal technologies. Clean coal technologies are environment friendly and contribute to reduce fuel consumption with higher efficiency.Suryachakra has partnered with Shapoorji&Pallonji (S&P) a leading EPC Contracting Company in Infrastructure segment with proven expertise in successful project execution and commissioning. S&P is action as EPC Contractor and investing in the Equity.
Suryachakra Power Corporation Limited [SPCL],is setting up 1320 MW (2x660 MW) Clean technology/ Ultra Super Critical coal based power plant in Sapos village, Janjgir-Champa District, Chhattisgarh. The project shall be implemented in two phases of 660 MW each. SPCL has signed a MoU with the Government of Chhattisgarh and the State Investment Promotion Board provides necessary support by way of clearances and approvals. The company has been allocated land and water. Central Electricity Authority has already recommended to the Ministry of Power for coal linkage. The company's coal linkage application is under active pursuance by the Ministry of Coal, Government of India. SPCL's SPV Suryachakra Energy (Chhattisgarh) Pvt. Ltd. the company has entered into a MoU with a State Mineral Development Corporation for allotment of coal under Government Dispensation Scheme(GDS).
NamrathaBizili Private Limited (NBPL),a Suryachakra group company, is setting up a 2x150 MW coal based power plant at Gunipudi/PentakotaVillages, Payakaraopet Mandal Visakhapatanam District, Andhra Pradesh.
STEAPL is also setting up a 1320 (2x660 MW) Clean Technology/Ultra Super Critical coal based power plant in phases at Gunipudi/PentakotaVillages, Payakaraopet Mandal Visakhapatanam District, Andhra Pradesh. The Government of Andhra Pradesh has recommended to the Ministry of Coal for Coal linkage. Coal linkage is under active pursuance. A Detailed project report has been prepared and the project has received permissions/ approvals for usage of sea water. The project location is strategically located for supplementing the fuel supplies to the project through coal imports. CEA has already recommended to the Ministry of Power for coal linkage and the coal linkage application is under active pursuance by the Ministry of Coal, Government of India. Power will be sold in the market.
Suryachakra Thermal (Madhya Pradesh) Private Limited [STMPPL],a Suryachakra group company, is setting up a 2x660 MW Clean Technology/Ultra Super Critical coal based power plant in Singrauli district, Madhya Pradesh. The project is being set up under MoU with the Madhya Pradesh Government. Land acquisition is under process. Coal linkage is under process with the MoC. Environment Clearance is under process.
GAS BASED POWER PROJECTS
Suryachakra Power Corporation Limited [SPCL] is setting up a clean technology 1000 MW (3 x 333 MW) Gas based power plant near KG basin, Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh. In the phases I 333 MW would be implemented. The Detailed Project Report(DPR) has been prepared by DESEIN India. Government of Andhra Pradesh has expressed support for the project by way of approvals. Gas allocation for the project from KG basin is under active consideration of the MOP & NG, GoI. Land has been acquired for the project implementation.
Surya Powergen Private Limited[SPPL] is setting up a 400MW Combined Cycle Gas based power plant at Visakhapatnam district, Andhra Pradesh. The Detailed Project Report