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Entrusted with the pioneering responsibility of powering industrial growth in the resource rich Damodar Valley region, DVC has been using latest available technologies to supply bulk power at competitive rates to industry.

DVC has maintained its lead role in the eastern region by adopting itself to the challenges of time and technology. DVC has been generating and transmitting power since 1953 and has succeeded not only in meeting the needs of consumers but has also helped to increase the demand of power which itself is an index of development.

DVC Power Stations at a Glance

Project Location Installed capacity (MW) Units Capacity (MW) Commercial Operation Date
Mejia Thermal Power Station Durlavpur, Mejia, District – Bankura, State – West Bengal 2340
(4×210+2×250+2×500)
U#1 210 December 1997
U#2 210 March 1999
U#3 210 September 1999
U#4 210 February 2005
U#5 250 February 2008
U#6 250 September 2008
U#7 500 August 2011
U#8 500 August 2012
Bokaro Thermal Power Station-B Bokaro, District – Bokaro, State – Jharkhand 630
(3×210)
U#1 210 March 1987
U#2 210 December 1991
U#3 210 April 1994
Bokaro Thermal Power Station-A Bokaro, District – Bokaro, State – Jharkhand 500
(1X500)
500 February 2017
Chandrapura Thermal Power Station Chandrapura, District – Bokaro, State – Jharkhand

760
(2X130+2×250)

U#2 130 May 1965
U#3 130 July 68
U#7 250 November 2011
U#8 250 July 2011
Durgapur Thermal Power Station Durgapur, District – Burdwan, State – West Bengal 210
(1X210)
U#4 210 September 1982
Durgapur Steel Thermal Power Station Andal, District – Burdwan, State – West Bengal 1000
(2X500)
U#1 500 May 2012
U#2 500 March 2013
Koderma Thermal Power Station Koderma, District – Koderma, State – Jharkhand 1000(2X500) U#1 500 July 2013
U#2 500 June 2014
Raghunathpur Thermal Power Station Raghunathpur, District – Purulia, State – West Bengal 1200(2X600) U#1 600 March 2016
U#2 600 March 2016
Maithon Hydel Station Maithon, River – Barakar, District – Burdwan, State – West Bengal 63.2
(2×20+1×23.2)
U#1 20 October 1957
U#2 23.2 March 1958
U#3 20 December 1958
Panchet Hydel Station Panchet, River – Damodar, District – Dhanbad, State – Jharkhand 80
(2×40)
U#1 40 December 1959
U#2 40 March 1991
Tilaiya Hydel Station Tilaiya, River – Barakar, District – Hazaribagh, State – Jharkhand 4
(2×2)
U#1 2 February 1953
U#2 2 July 1953
Total 7787.2 MW