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Rosa Thermal Power Station

Rosa thermal power station is located in Shahjahanpur village in northern part of U.P. The plant has four units each of 300 MW (See Table 1: Compliance deadlines for units in Rosa thermal power station). It sources coal through railways from nearby NCL coal mines and water from Upper Ganges canal. Download pdf

Anpara Thermal Power Station

Anpara thermal power station is UPRVUNL's largest plant with total capacity of 2,630 MW. The plant is situated in the critically polluted area of Singarauli Ð Sonbhadra. It sources coal from the nearby NCL coal mines and water from the Rihand dam. The plant has seven units that were commissioned in three phases. The units have to comply with the new norms by 2021-22. Download pdf

National programme

CSE has been studying the coal-based thermal power sector in India since 2011. The work started as an off shoot of the UNDP’s The Green Ratings Project (GRP), one of the millennium development goal projects.