Bhadradri Thermal Power Plant

Bhadradri Thermal Power Station is a proposed power plant project located near Edulla Bayyaram at Manuguru in the Indian state of Telangana.

Bhadradri Thermal Power Station
Location of the Bhadradri Thermal Power Station in Telangana.
LocationNear Edulla Bayyaram, Manuguru, Khammam, Telangana
Coordinates17°56′14″N 80°49′07″E / 17.937255°N 80.81852°ECoordinates: 17°56′14″N 80°49′07″E / 17.937255°N 80.81852°E
StatusUnder COnstruction
Thermal power station
Primary fuelCoal
Power generation
Nameplate capacity1080 MW


Chief Minister of Telangana Kalvakuntla Chandrashekar Rao laid down foundation stone for this project on 28-March-2015. The project started to help resolve the power crisis in Telangana.[1] TS Govt is planning to make this plant operational within 3 years.Plant construction is by Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited.

MoEF has given environment clearance to the project on 15.03.2017[2] and BHEL has start EPC works on war footing to complete the first Unit by 2019.


Unit Capacity (In MW) Date of Commissioning status
1 250 Dec 2018 planned Light up completed. Under Erection[3]
2 250 2019 planned Under Erection
3 250 2019 planned Under Erection
4 250 2019 planned Under Erection


  1. ^ "Lay foundation stone for Manuguru power plant". Retrieved 28 March 2015.
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Yadadri Thermal Power Plant

Yadadri Thermal Power Plant or Yadadri TPS is an upcoming 4000 megawatt, supercritical thermal power project coming up at Dameracherla, Nalgonda district in Telangana, India. The project is second largest in South India, at a cost of ₹25,099 crores (USD $3.8 billion) and is expected to complete by October 2021 in a phased manner. The state-owned Telangana State Power Generation Corporation Limited (TSGENCO) is building the 5 x 800 mega thermal power station, built on 2800 acres near Veerlapalem Village in Nalgonda District, the second mega project announced by the Telangana government after Bhadradri Thermal Power Plant.

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