Coastal Gujarat Power Ltd. (CGPL) was incorporated in 2006, as a special purpose vehicle (SPV) to implement the Mundra Ultra Mega Power Project. The Mundra UMPP was awarded to Tata Power and as per the share purchase agreement Tata Power acquired CGPL on 22 April 2007.
The project will have five units of 800 MW each, generating a total of 4,000 MW using supercritical technology and 40,000 MT/day imported coal.
Power will be evacuated through six 400kV lines, to be installed by Power Grid, to ultimately benefit the States of Gujarat, Maharastra, Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan.
The 1,200 hectare site is located in coastal area, south of Tunda village in Mundra taluka, Kutch district of Gujarat. The site is well connected by road, rail, air and sea.
The project has achieved Financial Closure and the Financing structure has won the “Asia Pacific Power Deal of the year” award from the prestigious Project Finance Magazine.
Engineering, procurement and construction activities are in full swing. Plant area land is in possession and Site Offices, Warehouses, Field Hostels are operational.
Electrical balance of plant. Supply, installation, testing and commissioning (SITC) of Cable Trays, HT, LT, control & instrumentation cable laying, potential earthing systems. Installation of Panels, Fire Sealing. Commissioning of boiler plant, turbo generators, coal handling plant, steam generation plant, cooling towers for 4000 MW Ultra Mega Power Plant.