Jindal India Thermal Power Ltd was incorporated in the year 2006 to establish thermal power plants in India. It has established its 1200 MW Thermal Power Plant in Village Derang, Angul District, Orrisa State, India.

Plant has 2 units of 600 MW each. Both of the units are already commissioned and operational since Year 2015.

Plant Location

Plant is situated in Village Derang, District Angul, Orissa State, India. @ Google Map, Jindal India Thermal Limited.

Plant Access

Angul and Talcher are the two main towns approachable from existing road network. Bhubaneshwar is the nearest Airport which is about 175 Kms from plant location and nearest Railway Station is Talcher Road which is about 45 Kms from the plant.


Company has acquired approx. 1100 Acres of land consisting of tenancy and government land.


Water supply agreement executed with WRD for 25 Cusecs of water. The water is being drawn from upstream of the Samal barrage on river Brahmani which is about 14 km from the plant.

Fuel Supply

Plant has assured coal linkages for 600 MW from Mahanadi Coal Field Limited & FSA for 2.661MTPA has been signed. The balance coal requirement is being met through special forward e- auction & spot auctions. Further company shall be participating in auction of linkages under Shakti scheme for long term coal tie up.

Power Evacuation

Power is being evacuated through a dedicated 400 kV double circuit power transmission lines connected to PGCIL's Angul substation which is about 77km from the plant.

Power Sales

Company has signed PPA of about 850 MW with different state electricity boards and other Utilities.
Power is being sold through long term as well as medium term PPAs with state electricity boards and other utilities. Excess power is being sold in the merchant market.