Universal Crescent Power Private Limited (UCPPL) is a subsidiary of diversified multinational business group, The company aims to develop 10,000MW of power plant capacity in next 10 years to help meet Indias rapidly growing power requirement. Currently the company is developing two imported-coal based thermal power plants named saurashtra super thermal power plant (3960 MW) in gujarat and sagar super thermal power plant (1980 MW) in west bengal. The power plants will be constructed with state of the art, highly efficient supercritical technology and will employ stringent environmental standards to greatly limit effluents and emissions. Both the projects shall have their own dedicated captive coal Jetties to receive, unload and transfer the imported coal to power plant sites.
A 9-decade long legacy of responsive distribution and the sustainability of renewable development have been integrated to unlock a super power, a super power that sets the benchmark for efficiency in power supply and was the youthfulness and sustainability of renewable energy development. India Power Corporation Ltd. (IPCL), formerly known as DPSC Ltd, incorporated in 1919, is set to become India’s leading power generation and utility company. The company has actively forayed into a diversified portfolio, with renewable and conventional modes of power generation, distribution and power trading. The company also owns and operates a distribution license under DPSC Ltd. (now known as India Power) the oldest licensee in the region, spread over 618 sq.km. in the coal rich Asansol-Raniganj belt. The Company currently has around 95.4 MW of wind assets in operation in Rajasthan, Gujrat and Karnataka, India Power has championed wind power since 2006, which it aims to increase to 500 MW by 2015.The Company has also developed a 2 MW grid connected solar power plant along with West Bengal Green Energy Development Corporation Ltd. in Asansol. It was one of the first companies to obtain a RPO certificate by installing a 2 MW grid solar PV power plant on 8.3 acres of Company’s own land at Seebpore Power Station in Jamuria. It has been serving the area for nine decades providing critical survival power to the underground collieries of Eastern Coalfields Ltd., hospitals, government utilities, industrial and commercial consumers. It also has a power sourcing and supply relationship with DVC and WBSEDCL, the state utility in addition to its own generation. IPCL has always aimed at optimizing its distribution assets and creating benchmarks in efficiency by outperforming industry standards. As such, the T and D loss figures stand at less than 3% against the all India average of about 25%.
Government of Arunachal Pradesh (GoAP) awarded the Demwe hydro electric project with an installed capacity of 3000 MW, under Public Pvt Partnership (PPP) model through bidding process on BOOT basis for a period of 40 years to M/s Athena Energy Ventures Pvt Ltd (AEVPL). The State Government signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with AEVPL on 9th July, 2007. AEVPL has formed a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) company namely M/s Athena Demwe Power Ltd (ADPL) for the implementation of the Project.
Indowind, is an IPP in the renewable energy field generating Green Power through dedicated Wind farms and also offers allied services in the Wind Energy sector with a mission to be a global player in wind energy sector.
Jindal Power Ltd (JPL), a subsidiary of Jindal Steel and Power Ltd (JSPL), has been contributing significantly to the growing needs of power in the country. JPL has set up India’s a first mega power project in the private sector at Raigarh, Chhattisgarh. the company has constructed a 258 km, 400 kv double circuit transmission line from the plant to the Pgcil sub-station at Raipur through which power can be sold anywhere in India.
The company is implementing the 192 MW Allain Duhangan hydroelectric project on the rivers Allain and duhangan in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. The company commissioned the project (Allain Side) in july, 2010. Allain Side of the project started generating electricity in the month of July, 2010. The 175 Kms long 220 KV double circuit transmission line has also been completed and has become operational. Duhangan side of the project has also been completed in February, 2012 and has since been stabilised. This project is being financed by the international finance corporation.
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