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India Power has also recently acquired Meenakshi Energy Pvt. Ltd. - A 1000 MW thermal power plant based out of Nellore, Andhra Pradesh. This plant has 300 MW of operational capacity and another 700 MW under construction, which is expected to get commission in FY-2016.

The rising environmental concern hike in oil prices and many other factors combined together have resulted in the use of renewable energy for commercial purpose.

Conventional Energy

Other than the wind power plants, we also have thermal power plants across India, mainly in West Bengal, which not only serve our commercial purpose but also contributes towards a greener environment. India Power is installing a total of 450MW, 3 units each of 150MW thermal power plant at Haldia in West Bengal. Other thermal power plants are also in the state of West Bengal. We have a steady power plant in Dishergarh, also in West Bengal with a capacity of 12 MW.



Dishergarh 12 MW

Under Constructional

Haldia 450 MW

Renewable Energy

Electricity is the measure of Socio-economic development of a Country. Supply of quality Power to every house-hold at reasonable rate is essential; equally important is reliable power to an industry as competitive price. Although there has been substantial improvement in the Sector, there still remains a large supply demand gap caused due to inadequacies in generation, transmission, distribution and inefficient uses of electricity.

With this backdrop India Power placed at Kolkata started its journey in the year 2003 and by now have already bagged few power projects in different part of the country.

Renewable energy is energy that comes from resources which are continually replenished such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, waves and geothermal heat and it is very much ecofriendly. Wind Power, Solar Power and Hydro Power are most popular renewable energy generating plants. With the aim of contributing greener and pollution free energy, India Power has installed 105 MW Wind Power plants in following states of India.


60 MW (75 X 800 KW) wind power plant has been set up in Jaisalmer district, Rajasthan in two phases. In the first phase 52 MW plant commissioned in March, 2012 and the power is sold to Ajmer Discom and in the second phase 8 MW plant was commissioned by January, 2013 and the power is sold to Jaipur Discom.


24.8 MW (31 X 800 KW) wind power plant has been set up in Samana which is situated in Rajkot and Jamnagar district, Gujarat. Plant was commissioned in March, 2007 and the power is sold to GUVNL

Another 5 MW (4 X 1250 KW) of wind power assets ( Suthril-3.75 MW, Vankul-1.25 MW) have been set up in Gujarat in March 2007 with a long term PPA of 20 Years with GUVNL.


10.4 MW (13 X 800 KW) wind power plant has been set up in Chitradurga district, Karnataka. Plant was commissioned in March, 2006 and the power is sold to BESCOM.


5 MW (4X1250 KW) wind power plant has been set up in Sangli distt (3.75 MW) and Dhule Distt (1.25 MW), Maharashtra. Plant was commissioned in Sep 2006 and the power is sold to MSEDCL.

Wind Power Plants


  • 10.4 MW in Karnataka
  • 29.8 MW in Gujarat
  • 60 MW in Rajasthan
  • 5 MW Maharashtra

Generation Plant Status

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Group captive

Long Term contracts


Short Term contracts

3 x 150 MW Haldia-Thermal Power(Under Execution)