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      To make Delhi - Power Surplus


With the unbundling of D.V.B. on 01.07.2002, two companies came into existence under Genco :

The Power demand in the Capital City is increasing with the growth of population as well as living standard and commercialization. The unrestricted power demand in the summer of year 2000 was 3000 MW and increasing every year @ 6 to 7%. In 2005-2006, it is expected to be 4078 MW and by 2009-10 it will reach 5075 MW.

Erstwhile DVB's own generation from RPH, I.P. Station and Gas Turbine Power Station had been around 350-400 MW and Badarpur has been supplying 600-700 MW and the balance was met from the Northern Grid and other sources.

To bridge the gap between demand and supply and to give reliable supply to the Capital City, Delhi Govt. had set up 330 MW Pragati Power Project on fast track basis. To cut down the project cycle duration, turnkey contract was awarded to M/s BHEL in May 2000 based on similar project executed by BHEL at Kayamkulam (owned by NTPC). To further ensure reliable and smooth operation of the plant, experience of NTPC was utilized by retaining them as engineering consultant and specification of the Kayamkulam Project were adopted.


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