SSHEP at Kevadia colony
There are two power houses-River Bed Power House (RBPH) and Canal Head Power House (CHPH) with an installed capacity of 1200 MW and 250 MW respectively and its total installed capacity of 1450 MW, SSP would generate 856 to 1007 MU per year. The power is shared by three states – Madhya Pradesh (57%), Maharashtra (27%) and Gujarat (16%). This will provide a useful peaking power to the western grid of the country which has very limited hydel power production at present. In FY 2013-14, 1450MW SSHEP has put fourth record generation of green power of 5877Mus, which is 178% higher than the planned generation. Up to March 2014, the SSHEP Kevadia colony has generated 3259 crore units’ hydel electricity.
All thesix units of 200 MW each RBPH and five units of 50 MW each CHPH have been successfully commissioned as under:
|RBPH Unit No.
||CHPH Unit No.
|Total Generation after commissioning up to March-2014
Canal based Small/Mini/Micro Hydel Power Projects on Narmada Canal
A series of small/micro hydel power stations are also planned on the branch canals where convenient falls are available
- SSNNL has planned and invited EPC tender to develop Canal Based Small Hydro Power Project on Vadodara Branch Canal (VBC) having total potential of 5.15 MW
- SSNNL has planned and invited EPC tender to develop a Canal Based Small Hydro Power Projects on Miyagam Branch Canal (MBC) having total potential of 12.00 MW (price bid under scrutiny).
- SSNNL has awarded EPC tender work order to M/s. Mega Engineering & Infrastructures Ltd – Jyoti (JV) Hyderabad for develop a Canal Based Small Hydro Power Projects at 3 locations on Saurashtra Branch Canal (SBC) having total potential of 45.00 MW.
- SSNNL has awarded EPC tender work order to M/s. Om Metals – SPML (JV) New Delhi for develop a Canal Based Small Hydro Power Projects at 3 locations on Kutchh Branch Canal (KBC) having total potential of 23.31 MW.
- SSNNL has also planned to develop Canal Based Micro Hydel Power Plants on various Narmada Canal having totaled potential of 13MW.
Canal Top Solar Power Plants on Narmada Canal
- SSNNL has provided a land/canal to GSECL for installation of India’s first 1MW Canal Top Power Project on Sanand Branch Canal, which is commissioned in year 2012.
- SSNNL is also developing a 10MW Canal Top Solar Power Project on Vadodara Branch Canal, its erection work is under progress through EPC contractor M/s. Mega Engineering & Infrastructures Ltd, Hyderabad.
- SSNNL is also developing a 10MW Canal Top Solar Power Project on Miyagam Branch Canal under grant aid scheme of the Government of Japan, which is under approval of GoI.
- SSNNL had installed a 10KW Wind Solar Hybrid Power Plant for domestic purpose at Kevadia colony with the grant of Ministry of Renewable Energy, GOI.