Beed (Madhya Pradesh): Shree Singaji Super Thermal Power Project Unit No. 1 has achieved another milestone of running 233 days continuously. Company managing director Manjit Singh informed that Unit No 1 has created a new record of running 233 days continuously after annual maintenance.
Earlier, unit 1 of Satpuda power station had created a milestone of uninterrupted operation generating 62.2 MW Unit of electricity for 205 days.
Energy Secretary Sanjay Dubey, managing director Manjit Singh (Jabalpur) and finance director Pratish Dubey jointly sent congratulations and best wishes to all the officers, employees, contractors and contract workers associated with the project.
He further said that uninterrupted operations of the thermal unit for such a long time is a huge feat considering the complexity of technology and scale of operations involved in it.
Singh added that the unit was closed on July 10 for annual maintenance after creating the record by running 233 days continuously till July 9.
Shree Singaji Super Thermal Power Project is a coal-fired power plant located in Mundi town of Khandwa district. The first phase consists of 2 units with a generation capacity of 600 MW each.