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Bhavanapadu Thermal Power Project

Bhavanapadu Thermal Power Project is a proposed 2640 (MW) coal plant promoted by East Coast Energy at Srikakulam district in Andhra Pradesh, India.

Land requirement for the project will be 1995 acres, which includes 35 acres of land for the colony near Tekkali Town.  The project will   use blended coal, Indian: Imported in the ratio of 70:30   for the first phase of 1320MW of the project.     For phase – II of the project-imported coal will be used. Imported coal requirement for both the phases will be   5.838 MTPA.  Indigenous washed coal requirement will be 4.34 MTPA. Imported coal will be transported by sea to the dedicated Jetty at Meghavaram village and indigenous washed coal will be transported through railway to the project.   The Sea water requirement is 155.12 cusec.   There would be no fresh water requirement.

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Bhavanapadu Thermal Power Project consists of two phases, each 1320 MW. The project is sponsored by East Coast Energy .

The project has been the target of multiple protests, resulting in two killings and halting of construction by the India government in 2011. The power station was listed as deferred in 2012.

According to project developer Athena Energy, “stage-I of the plant is expected to be commissioned in December 2015 and stage-II is expected to be commissioned in 12 months thereafter.”

According to a 2014 article, the India Cabinet Committee on Investment is considering financing a “1,320 MW Bhavanapadu Thermal Power Project”, but did not mention the additional 1320 MW, suggesting it may have been shelved.

Project Details

Sponsor: East Coast Energy
Location:Kakarapalli village, Santhabommali mandal, Srikakulam district, Andhra Pradesh
Coordinates: 18.5213851, 84.2393124
Status: Phase I: Cancelled; Phase II: Cancelled
Capacity: Phase I: 2 units of 660 MW each; Phase II: 2 units of 660 MW each. Total: 2640 MW
Type: Supercritical
Projected in service: Phase I: 2015
Permits and applications: Environmental clearance, India MoEF, Apr 9, 2009


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