The B C Jindal Group is one of India’s leading business conglomerates engaged in diverse portfolio of businesses involving manufacture of Packaging Films, Steel Pipes, Pipe fittings, Cold Rolled Steel Strips and Galvanized Sheets. The group diversified in to power generation in the year of 2006 , Jindal India Thermal Power Ltd (JITPL).

Jindal India Thermal Power Ltd (JITPL) has set up a 1200 MW capacity coal based thermal power plant in village Derang, Angul District of Odisha State. JITPL has two units each having 600 MW capacity, were fully commissioned and is in operation since 2015. JITPL’s 1200 MW Power station is in proximity to the coal mines. Water requirement of plant is met from Brahmani River from the upstream of Samal barrage at a distance of 15KM from the plant.

JITPL is aimed at building an achievement-oriented organization with employee friendly policies. It is also committed to run its business in an ecofriendly manner with special focus on environment, health and safety.

Project Overview

Plant   Location

The plant is located at Village Derang, District Angul in the state of Odisha. The site is 4 KM away from NH-53. Bhubaneshwar is the nearest Airport which is about 180KM from plant location and nearest Railway Station is Talcher Road which is about 45KM from the plant. Paradip, the nearest port is at 230KM and connected by road.

Plant is spread over an area of 1100 Acres land. The plant is strategically located due to its proximity to coal mines, water source and connectivity with PGCIL’s Angul pooling station through a double circuit 400KV transmission line.

Power Plant technology and Major OEMs

JITPL always believed in quality and hence all equipment are sourced from reputed suppliers with latest state of art technology. Following are the major suppliers and contractors :

Coal & Water

The annual coal requirement of the plant is around 7.0 million MT. Entire coal is sourced from MCL through linkage and other modes of allocation.

The water requirement for the plant is 25 Cusec and it is taken from the Samal Barrage on Brahmani River which is located at 15KM from the plant.

Power Supply

The power is evacuated through a 77 KM long dedicated 400 KV double circuit transmission line.

The power is supplied to various discoms and other consumers including Kerala, Bihar, Gujrat, Railways etc.