Sapnai power project is a proposed 1260 MW coal fired power plant promoted by Topworth Energy at Raigarh district in Chhattisgarh, India.
The project was issued Terms of Reference (TOR) on December 9, 2009. The proposal will be executed in two phases. The initial plan was for a 1200 MW project with Phase I comprising two 300 MW units and Phase II one 600 MW unit. However, the Executive Summary of the Environmental Impact Statement issued by Topworth Energy in April 2010 refers to Phase II as being a 660MW unit.
According to the EIA (2010), the project would be built near the Sapnai, Balbhadrapur, Sarbahaal, Sikosimal and Navbahal villages of Raigarh district, within three kilometres of the Jangma railway station.
Company has signed MOU with Chhattisgarh Govt for 600MW and has already appointed team of power professionals for project development work. 1500 Acres land for the Power plant is already identified in Village Sapnai in Raigarh Dist. Presently Land procurement is under progress. Coal Linkages already applied for and expected soon.
As of March 2015 a 1,200 MW coal plant in Chhattishgarh is listed as planned on the Topworth Energy website but has yet to receive environmental clearance, and appears to be deferred or abandoned.
Sponsor: Topworth Energy
Location: Sapnai, Balbhadrapur, Sarbahaal, Sikosimal and Navbahal villages, Raigarh district, Chhattisgarh
Coordinates: 21.865163, 83.531256 (approx)
Capacity: 1260 MW (Phase I: 2 x 300 MW; Phase II: 1 x 660 MW)
Coal Source: SECL, transported 60 km by railroad
MoEF permits: Terms of Reference, Dec 2, 2009
- “1200 MW (Origional 600MW) Coal based TP at Village Sapin by Topworth Energy Pvt. Ltd.,” Thermal MoEF News, July 1, 2011.
- Topworth Steels & Power to set up 600 MW Thermal Power Project (Ph-I) at Raigarh, thermalpower.industry-focus.net