Adani’s first power plant at Mundra was formed to cater to the Mundra port and SEZ business in 2006. Adani ports were already the largest importer of coal, supplying over 50% of the country’s imported coal needs and at Mundra, managed the world’s largest import coal terminal. Capitalizing on this foundation, we rapidly scaled up our operations despite no prior experience in power generation. Today, Mundra is the largest private single location coal-based power plant in the world. In addition to Mundra in Gujarat, Adani Power has plants at Tiroda in Maharashtra, Kawai in Rajasthan and Udupi in Karnataka.
Being the largest private power producer in India with an installed capacity of 10,480 MW, we are now moving towards our ambitious target of 20,000 MW by 2020 with the help of a world. Class team of Operations and Maintenance and an expert team of Engineering, Procurement and Construction.
In these 2 days of the visit, students had explored various plants and made their experiences richer about how big and large scale industry is working and engineering tasks are being worked.