Mouda Thermal Power Station is situated at Ramtek Town in the district of Nagpur of Maharashtra, India. It is a 2320 Megawatt coal plant, consisting of 2 stages. First stage has Unit 1 and Unit 2, whereas Second stage has Unit 3 and Unit 4. The plant is one among the coal based power plant of NTPC.
The project has an approved capacity of 2320 Megawatt. The installed capacity of Mouda Thermal Power Station is also 2320 Megawatt. The power station is located at the Mouda Tehsil of Nagpur district of Maharashtra in India. The beneficiary state of Mouda Thermal Power Station is Maharashtra.
The Mouda Thermal Power Station has four generating units and 2 Stages. They are Unit 1, Unit 2, Unit 3 and Unit 4. The first stage has Unit 1 and Unit 2, whereas second stage has Unit 3 and Unit 4. The Unit 1 was commissioned in March 2013 with an installed capacity of 500 Megawatt. Also the Unit 2 was commissioned in April 2013 with an installed capacity of 500 Megawatt. For second stage, Unit 3 and Unit 4 are commissioned with an installed capacity of 660 Megawatts each for both units. Unit 3 was commissioned in March 2016, whereas Unit 4 was commissioned in March 2017. The stage 1, which has a capacity of 1000 Megawatt is dedicated to the nation by the then prime minister of India, Narendra Modi on 21 August 2014. The Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractor for the Mouda Thermal Power Project is Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL).
In March 2016, it was stated that though units 1 and units 2 at the power station were idled due to non-existence of demand, unit 3 would be commissioned that month. It was commissioned in May 2016. Later Unit 4 was commissioned in March 2017.