Power Plant in India: Nuclear & Thermal

There are two main source of electricity generation in India. First is Thermal Plant and the 2nd is Nuclear Plant. Thermal plant uses coal to generate electricity. Nuclear Power Plant uses atomic energy to produce electricity.

Thermal Power Plant in India

List of Thermal Power stations (TPS) in India:

  • Mundra TPS, Kutch, Gujarat
  • Vindhyachal TPS, Singrauli, Madhya Pradesh
  • Talcher Super TPS, Angul, Odisha
  • Sipat TPS, Bilaspur , Chhattisgarh
  • Korba Super TPS, Chattisgarh
  • Rihand TPS, Sonebhadra, Uttar Pradesh
  • Jharsuguda TPS, Odisha
  • Tiroda TPS, Maharashtra
  • Anpara TPS – Uttar Pradesh
  • Barauni TPP – Bihar
  • Bellary TPP – Karnataka
  • Durgapur TPP – West Bengal
  • Sikka TPS – Gujarat
  • Satpura TPS – Madhya Pradesh
  • Singrauli Super Thermal Power Station – UP
  • Wanakbori TPS – Gujarat

Nuclear Power Plant in India

List of Nuclear plants in India:

  • Narora atomic plant – Narora, UP
  • Rajasthan atomic plant: Rawatbhatta, Rajasthan (India & Candada)
  • Tarapur atomic plant – Maharashtra (India & US)
  • Kakarpar atomic plant – Gujarat
  • Madras atomic plant – Tamilnadu
  • Kaiga atomic plant – Karnataka
  • Kundankullam : in Tirunelveli district, Tamil Nadu (India & Russia)
  • Jaitapur Nuclear Plant – Ratnagiri district in Maharashtra (India & France)

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