Tata Power commissions India’s first 800 MW super critical unit

Tata Power Co. Ltd. said its wholly owned subsidiary Coastal Gujarat Power Ltd. has commissioned the country's first 800 MW sized super critical unit.

The 400 MW Mundra UMPP is the first of the UMPPs which heralds the entry of 800 MW super critical boiler technology in India which is environment friendly and efficient.

The project consists of 5 units, each of 800 MW which will generate saleable power of 3800 MW to be supplied to five states - Gujarat, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Haryana and Punjab.

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