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Sai Wardha Power Plant is a coal-based thermal power plant located near Warora city in Chandrapur district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. The power plant is operated by Sai Wardha Power Generation Private Limited.

The coal for the plant is sourced from Western Coalfields Limited (WCL).[1] The Engineering, procurement, and construction contract (EPCC) is given to Sichuan Electric Design Company of People's Republic of China. [2]


It is a 540 MW (4×135 MW) project. [3]

Unit No. Generating Capacity Commissioned on Status
1 135 MW 2010 June Running
2 135 MW 2010 October Running
3 135 MW 2011 January Running
4 135 MW 2011 April Running


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  2. ^ "Sai Wardha Power Generation Private Limited - Official Website".
  3. ^ "540 megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station - GEM Wiki, the shared resource on all things energy: fossil fuels, renewable energy sources, environmental impacts, and the global movement to transition to a clean energy system".