Telangana Ultra Mega Power Project (Ramagundam power plant) is a 2600 (MW) coal-fired power station promoted by State power utility NTPC at Karimnagar in Telangana, India.
Installed Capacity: Stage I : 3X200 MW Stage II : 3X500 MW Stage III : 1X500 MW
Coal Source: (i) South Godavari Coal Fields of Singrani Collieries for Stage I & II (ii) Korba Coal Fields of SECL for Stage III
Water Source: Sri Ram Sagar Dam on Godavari River, D-83 Canal from pochampad Reservoir
An additional 4,000 MW has been proposed to be added at the same location, known as the Telangana power project.
Project Details for TUMPP
Sponsor: National Thermal Power Corporation
Location: Ramagundam, Karimnagar district, Telangana
Coordinates: 18.7572, 79.45544
Status: Units 1-2: Pre-permit development; Units 3-5: Announced
Capacity: 4,000 MW
Projected in service: Unit 1: 2018
Permit applications: Terms of Reference for Stage IV, India MoEF, Dec 8, 2010; New Terms of Reference, Stage IV, Units 1 & 2, India MoEF, Dec 12, 2014
- 2×500 MW for Ramagundam Stage-IV by NTPC Ltd.,” Thermal MoEF News, July 1, 2011.
- NTPC seeks to fast track Pudimadaka project, The Hindu Online, Jan 29, 2014.
- NTPC Ready For 4000 MW Plant In Ramagundam; Asks Telangana For Coal, Telangana Talkies, July 8, 2014.
- NTPC public hearing passes off smoothly, The Hindu, May 24, 2015
- NTPC Web Site for coal Based Power Station