Jharsuguda Ind-Barath power project is a proposed 700 MW coal fired power station promoted by Ind-Barath Energy Utkal Ltd at Jharsuguda district in Odisha, India
In 2011 Ind-Barath Energy Utkal Ltd. entered into an MoU with the state government for setting up a new 660 MW super critical unit at Sahajbahal near Jharsuguda, at the site of first phase of 700 MW coal fired power plant.
Sponsor: Ind-Barath Energy (Utkal) Ltd., a subsidiary of Ind-Barath Power
Location: Sahajbahal village, Lakhanpur, Jharsuguda district, Odisha
Coordinates: 20.66, 83.93
Status: Phase I: Construction, Phase II: Shelved
Capacity: 2 x 350 MW, 660 MW
Projected in service: 2015 (Phase I)
Coal: The company has received a letter of assurance from Mahanadi Coalfields.
Permits and applications: Phase I: Environmental Clearance, 2009, Phase II: Terms of Reference, 2010
- Odisha may cancel MoU with 3 independent power producers, The Economic Times, Jan 9, 2015
- Ind-Barath to raise funds through PE, Business Standard, August 10, 2011
- Monthly Report on Broad Status of Thermal Power Projects in the Country, Central Electricity Authority, September 2012
- Projects Under Implementation, IBPIL, accessed July 2014.
- KU Projects, Ind-Barath to ink MoUs with state Business Standard , January 1, 2011
- IPPs Are Objecting to Power Supply at Variable Cost, The Indian Express, May 18, 2015
- Ind-Barath synchronises 350 Mw unit, Business Standard, June 12, 2015