A super critical coal-based thermal power plant at Raikheda in Chhattisgarh has commenced electricity generation. This is the first 685 MW unit of GMR Chhattisgarh Energy´s 1,370 MW power plant. The unit made use of fuel oil to achieve its first synchronisation. The project has been implemented on a multiple packages concept by Doosan of Korea, while work on the second unit of 685 MW is in progress. Since 2013, the GMR Group has commissioned two coal-based thermal power plants - the 2 x 300 MW EMCO Energy at Warora in Maharashtra and three units of the 4 x 350 MW GMR Kamalanga Energy at Kamlalanga in Odisha.
Contact: GMR Chhattisgarh.
Tel: 0771-326 3737.