Bander power project

Bander power project, also known as Pynampuram Thermal Power Project, is a 1320 (MW) coal-fired power project at Nellore district in Andhra Pradesh, India.

Bander power station is a proposed coal-fired power station in Andhra Pradesh, to be developed in three phases by Thermal Powertech Corporation. Phase I (2 units of 660 MW) and II (one unit of 660 MW) received an environmental permit in 2009, and Phase III (one unit of 660 MW) a terms of reference in 2010 for applying for one.

As of 2014 Thermal Powertech Corporation’s website only mentions the first phase (1320 MW). It appears that Phases II and III have been abandoned.

Unit 1 is planned for operation in February 2015, and unit two in July 2015.

Sponsor: Thermal Powertech Corporation
Location: Pynampuram village, Mutukur mandal, Nellore district, Andhra Pradesh
Status: Phase I: Construction, Phase II: Cancelled, Phase III: Cancelled
Capacity: Phase I: 1320 MW (Units 1&2: 660 MW), Phase II: 660 MW,Phase III: 660 MW
Type: Supercritical
Projected in service: Phase I: 2015
Coal Source: Imported coal will be transported by ship to Krishnapatnam Port. Indigenous coal will be brought by rail from Ib Valley/Talcher to Paradip/ Dhamra Port and then transported by sea to Krishnapatnam Port
Permits and applications: Phase I and II: Environmental clearance, India MoEF, Nov 4, 2009

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