• 10,480 MW Capacity

    India’s largest private thermal power producer

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Operational Power Plants

Adani is the largest private thermal power producer in India with an installed capacity of 10,480 MW. Our four power projects are spread out across the states of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Karnataka. We are well on our way to beat our target of having an installed base of 20,000 MW by 2020 and maintaining our lead as the number one private player in the industry.

Mundra, Gujarat

4620 MW (5 X 660 MW + 4 X 330 MW)

Adani Power created history by synchronising the first super-critical technology based 660MW generating unit at Mundra. This is the first super-critical generating unit in India. The Mundra power project is also the fastest project implementation ever by any power developer in the country with a record completion of inception to synchronisation within 36 months.


Phase III of the Mundra Project, which is based on supercritical technology, has received ‘Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Project’ certification from United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). This is the world’s first thermal project based on supercritical technology to get registered as a CDM Project under UNFCCC.

Tiroda, Maharashtra

3300 MW (5 X 660 MW)

With its total capacity of 3300 MW, Tiroda comprises of 5x660 MW units. All units at this location are of Supercritical Technology, driving efficiency in coal based power generation. Tiroda uses latest technology for environmental management and has been registered under CDM by UNFCCC. Adani Power Maharashtra Limited is the largest coal based Thermal Power Plant in the state of Maharashtra, India. The plant has a capacity to generate 3300 MW power through its 5 units of 660 MW capacity. The first unit of the plant was commissioned on 28th August 2012 and subsequently other units were commissioned. The plant achieved full capacity with the commissioning of Unit V on 11th October 2014.

Kawai, Rajasthan

1320 MW (2 X 660 MW)

Adani Power Rajasthan Limited (APRL) is the largest power producer plant in Rajasthan at a single location with a generation capacity of 1320 MW (2X660 MW). It is coal-based thermal power plant on supercritical technology. For immediate connectivity, Kawai has a 1500m long air strip and is using state of the art technology for environment management.

Udupi, Karnataka

1200 MW

Udupi Power Corporation Limited is a 2 X 600 MW imported coal based power project in the Udupi District of Karnataka. 

Situated in the western coastal region of India, the plant is situated in the village of Yellur, between Mangalore and Udupi. 

UPCL is the first independent power project (IPP) using 100% imported coal as fuel in the country...

Bitta, Gujarat

40 MW

Adani Group, commissioned a 40 MW, India’s largest, solar power plant in Bitta, Kutch district, Gujarat in December 2011. It was commissioned in a record time of 165 days. This solar power plant marked Adani’s first big foray in the renewable energy sector.


The solar power plant uses Solar PV Technology and has over 400,000 Solar PV modules mounted on 21,600 structures, which are erected on 130,000 foundations.


The project was awarded under the Gujarat Solar Power Policy of 2009. 

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