Haryana Thermal Power Plants Map

Are you an inhabitant of Haryana? Or maybe you are planning to settle down in this North Indian state? Know all about Haryana infrastructure. Read on to know about Haryana thermal power plants.

Haryana

The state of Haryana was created in 1966. Primarily an agricultural region, the state has also become an industrial hotbed in recent decades. It is one of the biggest industrialized Indian states. One of the primary reasons behind this is the availability of power. Haryana was one of the first states to have electrified its villages long back. The good power situation in this state has facilitated the growth of a lot of industries. Electrical energy has also helped agriculture. Some other sectors that has benefited from energy availability are
  • IT (Information Technology)
  • Services
  • Manufacturing
  • Banking
  • Construction

Haryana Thermal Power Plants Map

Haryana Thermal Power Plants Map
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*Map of Haryana showing the location of Thermal Power Plants in the State.

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Haryana Power Scenario

Haryana has a number of coal-based power plants that have ensured energy supply across the state. These Haryana power plants are well-linked by roads and rail routes. The Haryana government has always given high priority to its power sector. Constant power supply is the key to its continuous economic growth.
However, power generation needs good supply of coal. The Haryana power department has been facing coal shortage for a long time. To solve this, the Central Government has allocated a coal block in Madhya Pradesh to Haryana. The Haryana Government is planning to use this coal for the power plants it aims to set up in the coming years. The Haryana Power Generation Corporation Ltd (HPGCL) is aiming to generate about 2000 MW additional power supply in the upcoming years. This is expected to solve the minor energy crises faced by the state. The coal block for Haryana and additional power generation is supposed to make the state energy surplus by 2012.

Thermal power plants in Haryana

Some of the important Haryana Thermal Power Plants are: Rajiv Gandhi Thermal Power Project (RGTPP)

Address:
Khedar,
Hissar,
Haryana,
India.

Deen Bandhu Chhotu Ram Thermal Power Station

Address:
Yamuna Nagar,
Haryana,
India.

Panipat Thermal Power Station 1

Address:
Assan,
Panipat,
Haryana,
India.

Panipat Thermal Power Station 2

Address:
Assan,
Panipat,
Haryana,
India.

Upcoming Haryana thermal plants

Haryana has achieved 100% electrification. But the number of industries and electrical equipments is growing at a rapid rate. Hence, the state is presently facing a high demand for power. The Haryana government is aiming at the expansion of its power sector. It is planning to set up some more power plants in the coming years.

Some of the upcoming thermal plants in Haryana are: Haryana Power Generation Corporation Ltd

Address:
Yamunanagar,
Haryana,
India.

Haryana Aban Power Corporation Ltd

Address:
Ballabgarh,
Faridabad,
India.

NTPC

Address:
Jharli,
Jhajjar District,
Haryana,
India.

Of the upcoming Haryana Power Plants, the Yamunagar plant is already functional. Two more plants are coming up soon in Jharli I and Jharli II. Several other cities like Delhi are already depending on Haryana thermal power plants for additional power supply for the Commonwealth Games scheduled in October 2010.

Last Updated on : 22 September 2010

 

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