Adani Power Maharashtra Limited is the largest coal based Thermal Power Plant in the state of Maharashtra, India. The plant has a capacity to generate 3300 MW power through its 5 units of 660 MW capacity. The first unit of the plant was commissioned on 28th August 2012 and subsequently other units were commissioned. The plant achieved full capacity with the commissioning of Unit V on 11th October 2014.
With its total capacity of 3300 MW, Tirora comprises of 5x660 MW units. All units at this location are of Supercritical Technology, driving efficiency in coal based power generation. Tirora uses latest technology for environmental management and has been registered under CDM by UNFCCC.
The plant is located at MIDC Growth Centre, Tiroda in Dist. Gondia on Bhandara Gondia state highway (SH-249), at a distance of 125 KMs from Nagpur which has major commercial Airport. The nearest major Railhead is Gondia on Mumbai Howrah rail route at 30 KMs distance from Plant. The nearest sea port is at Mumbai at a distance of 985 KMs. The plant is located about 328.25 Meters above Mean Sea Level. The maximum ambient temperature at plant location is about 47ьз╕C and annual mean relative humidity is 58%.