The Tiruldih Power Project is a 1,980 megawatt (MW) coal-fired power project proposed by Tata Power and Hindalco Industries at Saraikela Kharsawan district in Jharkhand, India.
The company also states that the clearance has been received from the Railways for the transportation of coal from Tubed Coal Block. This block has been jointly allotted to Tata Power and Hindalco in Jharkhand though coal block has been cancelled and still awaited to be auctioned.
Sponsor: Tata Power, Hindalco
Location: Kuda, Chara, Saraikela Kharaswan district, Jharkhand
Coordinates: 23.141111, 85.957778
Status: Pre-permit development
Nameplate capacity: 3 x 660 MW
Coal Source: Tubed Coal Block, Jharkhand ( Cancelled and awaited to be auctioned)
Permits: Environmental Impact Assessment, (May 2013)
- “Rapid Environmental Impact Assessment and Environmental Management Plan for Proposed 3 x 660 MW Thermal Power Project at Tiruldih, Dist. Saraikela Kharswan, Jharkhand,” Ghosh Bose & Associates, May 2013
- “Tata eyes ’14 for power unit,” The Telegraph, May 12, 2013
- “CM’s 30 power minutes with Mistry – Tata hospitals in Ranchi, Dumka on cards,” The Telegraph, Jan 8, 2015