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Adani Power Limited

  • 10,480 megawatt (MW) power generation capacity
  • Total income of Rs 26,362 crore (US$ 3.77 billion) in FY19.)
  • First to use super critical technology in India

Adani Power Limited is a holding company. The company is engaged in providing electric power generation by coal-based thermal power plants and coal trading. Its business activity is undertaken at Mundra Thermal Power Plant of the company in Gujarat and Thermal Power Plant of its subsidiaries at Tiroda (Maharashtra), at Kawai (Rajasthan) and at Udupi (Karnataka). It has approximately five power projects. The company operates an aggregate of approximately 10,480 megawatts generation capacity comprising of over 4,620 megawatts at Mundra; approximately 3,300 megawatts at Tiroda; over 1,320 megawatts at Kawai; approximately 1,200 megawatts at Udupi, and over 40 megawatts (solar) at Kutch, Gujarat. It focuses to sell the power generated from these projects under a combination of long-term Power Purchase Agreements and on merchant basis. Its subsidiaries include Adani Power Maharashtra Limited, Adani Power Rajasthan Limited, Udupi Power Corporation Limited and Adani Power Resources Limited.

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Adani Power Limited

2017 A unit of Adani Power plant creates a new national record by running continuously for 600 days.
2011 Adani Power conferred with National Energy Conversation Award 2011.
2010 Adani Power Limited was awarded KPMG Infrastructure Today Award 2010 for successfully generating over 1,000 MW power as per the committed.
2009 Boiler light-up of unit I of Mundra Power Project - Phase I. Amended coal supply agreement with AEL for Mundra Phase IV Power Project.
2008 Coal supply agreement with AEL for Mundra Phase III Power Project. Coal supply agreement with AEL for Mundra Phase IV Power Project. Investment Agreement with Ventura Power.
2007 Execution of Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Limited (GUVNL) for 1,000 MW. Allocation of Lohara West and Lohara Extension (E) coal mining blocks for Tiroda Power Project.
2006 Coal supply agreement with AEL for Mundra Phase I Power Project, which was extended to Mundra Phase II Power Project through amendment agreement dated August 10, 2007.
1996 Incorporation of the company.


Updated: May, 2019

Power consumption is estimated to reach 1,894.7 TWh in 2022.