Contributing to India’s energy security
Thermal Power Generation
Power lights up our houses and lives. It brightens futures, not just of individuals but of communities at large, thereby creating a growth story that ramifies throughout the country. India’s nationalised enterprises have struggled to meet the rising energy demands, chocking dreams to darkness. As the largest thermal private power player, Adani is on a mission to help India become self-reliant in power generation.
Adani's thermal power portfolio comprises 15,250 MW. This includes a power plant each in Mundra (Gujarat), Tiroda (Maharashtra), Kawai (Rajasthan), Udupi (Karnataka), Raigarh and Raipur (Chhattisgarh), Godda (Jharkhand) and 40 MW Solar Plant at Bitta (Gujarat).
For the world’s first company capable to set up a coal-based super critical thermal power project registered under Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) of Kyoto protocol, this is just the beginning in the continuing journey of goodness.
At a glance
IntroducedSupercritical technology in India
SUP Free Certified Mundra, Tiroda, Raipur, Raigarh, Udupi and Kawai plants are Single Use Plastic Free Certified
World’s firstCoal based super-critical thermal power project registered under the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) of the Kyoto Protocol