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A 9-decade long legacy of responsive distribution and the sustainability of renewable development have been integrated to unlock a super power, a super power that sets the benchmark for efficiency in power supply and was the youthfulness and sustainability of renewable energy development.

India Power Corporation Ltd. (IPCL), incorporated in 2003, is an ISO-9001-2008 certified company set to become India’s leading power generation and utility company. The company has actively forayed into a diversified portfolio, with renewable and conventional modes of power generation, transmission, distribution & power trading.

The Company currently has around 100 MW of wind assets in operation in Rajasthan, Gujrat and Karnataka, India Power has championed wind power since 2006, which it aims to increase to 500 MW by 2015.The Company has also developed a 2 MW grid connected solar power plant along with West Bengal Green Energy Development Corporation Ltd. in Asansol.It was was one of the first companies to obtain a RPO certificate by installing a 2 MW grid solar PV power plant on 8.3 acres of Company’s own land at Seebpore Power Station in Jamuria.

In the conventional sector, the Company is setting up a 450 MW thermal power plant in Haldia, West Bengal and has also conceived thermal power projects in Bihar, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

With the development of the power plants, IPCL intends to scale its power generation portfolio upto 10,000 MW in the coming years.

The Company also owns and operates a distribution license under DPSC Ltd. (now known as India Power) the oldest licensee in the region, spread over 618 sq.km. in the coal-rich Asansol-Raniganj belt.

It has been serving the area for nine decades providing critical survival power to the underground collieries of Eastern Coalfields Ltd., hospitals, government utilities, industrial and commercial consumers. It also has a power sourcing and supply relationship with DVC and WBSEDCL, the state utility. The DPS plant has a generation capacity of 12 MW with power generation projects of 3 x 150 MW & 2 x 275 MW in the pipeline at Haldia & Raghunathpur respectively.

IPCL has always aimed at optimizing its distribution assets and creating benchmarks in efficiency by outperforming industry standards. As such, the T&D loss figures stand at less than 3% against the industry benchmark of 20% or more.

India Power Corporation (Bodh Gaya) Ltd.

Recent developments include the granting of the distribution franchisee for Gaya, Bodh Gaya, Manpur and its adjoining areas by The South Bihar Power Distribution Company Limited. India Power Corporation (Bodh Gaya) Limited has been formed to meet the needs of more than 1,00,000 consumers in these areas, with varied requirements including agricultural, commercial and domestic loads.

India Power Corporation (Haldia) Ltd.

India Power Corporation (Haldia) Ltd. has been promoted to contribute to the power requirements of the state of West Bengal. Incorporated as an SPV in April 2008, it is setting up a 450 MW (3x150 MW) coal based power plant at Haldia at an estimated approximate cost of Rs.2500 crores.

India Power Corporation (Haldia) Ltd. has also been devised to provide/sell surplus power to several other large and medium scale industries at Haldia and outside.

The first, second and third units of the power plant are expected to be commissioned soon.
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