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Kakatiya Thermal Power Station

Kakatiya Thermal Power Station AT Warangal
Kakatiya Thermal Power Station is located in Telangana
Kakatiya Thermal Power Station
Location of Kakatiya Thermal Power Station AT Warangal
Location Warangal, Telangana
Status Operational
Commission date Unit 1: February 2009
'Under implementation'
Unit 2: 2013
Operator(s) Telangana Power Generation Corporation Limited (TGGENCO)
Power generation
Primary fuel Coal-fired
Units operational 1X500 MW
'Under implementation'
Nameplate capacity 500 MW
'Under implementation'
600 MW

Kakatiya Thermal Power Station is located near Warangal in Telangana. The power plant is one of the coal based power plants of TSGENCO

Power Plant

This power plant has been developed in 2 stages. The first stage comprises one 500MW unit was commissioned. Unit was synchronized with grid with oil firing on 31.03.2010 at 06:08 Hrs. The Coal firing was immediately taken up and the load was raised up to 84 MW and the Unit was in service with this load for nearly about 1 hour.[1]

Installed Capacity

Stage Unit Number Installed Capacity (MW) Date of Commissioning Status
Stage I 1 500 May, 2010 Running
Stage II 2 600 Under implementation


  1. ^ "Kakatiya Thermal Power Station". Central Electricity Authority. 
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