Guru Hargobind Power Project

Guru Hargobind Power Project  is a 920 (MW) coal plant operated by Punjab State Electricity Board in Punjab, India. Coal is sourced from North Karanpura and Pachuwara central from Jharkhand. A 500 MW expansion has been proposed.

The power station comprises 2 phases of 910 MW, and a third phase of 500 MW has been proposed.

Phase I: Unit 1 – 210 MW – commissioned December 29, 1997, Unit 2 – 210 MW – commissioned October 16, 1998

Phase II: Unit 3 – 250 MW – commissioned February 5, 2008; Commercial production: October 16, 2008, Unit 4 – 250 MW – Began operation: October 16, 2008; began commercial production: January 25, 2010.

Project Details 500 MW

Sponsor: Punjab State Power Corporation
Location: Lehra Mohabbat village, Bathinda, Punjab
Coordinates: 30.26655473, 75.16609669
Status: Shelved
Capacity: 500 MW

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