Talcher power project

Talcher power project is a proposed 1,320 (MW) coal-fired power project expected at Angul district in Odisha, India. The project is happened as under construction according to media and other sources.

Land requirement will be 793.89 acres, out of which 754.43 acres is single crop agriculture land; 2.05 acres is grazing land; 9.45 acres is settlements; 3.56 acres is barren land and 24.40 acres is others land. Out of 793.89 acres of land, about 763.88 acres is private land which has been acquired by PP as per LA Act 1894 and 30.01 acres is Govt. land from which 16.22 acres of land is under the possession of Project Proponent sanctioned by Govt. of Orissa

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Coal requirement will be 6.44 MTPA (blended coal 70% domestic coal and 30% imported coal) at 100% PLF. Ash and sulphur contents in imported coal will be 5-15% and 0.1- 0.5% respectively and in Domestic coal will be 40-42 % and 0.5-0.6% respectively

Ministry of Coal, Govt. of India has given long term Coal Linkage from M/s Mahanadi Coal Fields Ltd. of 4.273 MTPA (70%) on 29.06.2012 and FSA has been signed for 30% of Imported Coal to be sourced from M/s PT Srinivasa Mining, Indonesia, on 17.02.2012. Ash pond area will be 168.5 acres.

Water requirement of 35.23 cusecs will be sourced from Brahmani River through a pipeline at a distance of about 10km from project site.

Employment will be given to each member of homestead oustees or land looser family who have lost entire land. Public Hearing was held on 19.11.2007. Cost of the project will be Rs.7796.78 Crores.

Project Details

Sponsor: NSL Nagapatnam Power & Infratech
Location: Tentulei, Ghantapada, Sana Scatland, and Bada Scatland villages, Angul district, Odisha
Coordinates: 20.546667, 85.103333
Status: Permitted
Capacity: 1,320 MW (2 x 660 MW)
Type: Supercritical
Coal Source: Indonesia (30%), domestic (70%)
Permits and applications: Environmental clearance, India MoEF, March 25, 2013, EIA, NSL Group, May, 2012.

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