Shortage of power for Industry in INDIA started sometime in the year 1996 with large industrial loads being commissioned in service throughout the country. In 1998, the first 5 MW captive power plant using PEILSTICK Heavy Fuel Generating sets was commissioned at Dungarpur. Rapid capacity additions took place in the company thereafter and in the year 2002, further 9 MW power Generators using Heavy Fuel were installed in the same facility. This time the technology used was from WARTSILA, Finland and all sets were synchronized to generate 14 MW power at single source.
With rising liquid fuel prices, a new Thermal Generating Power Plant (TPP) was conceptualized in the year 2006. A new separate facility using coal as fuel was commissioned in 2008 with boiler technology from CETHAR VESSELS and steam turbine from TRIVENI ENGINEERING. The plant is fully operational at a generating capacity of 8 MW.
With the new TPP, surplus power was available and system integration was carried out to export power to the grid. Tie up was done with the State Government for supply of power using their Transmission systems as required. The system has been stabilized and since then running synchronized with state power.
Recently the company has been given coal allotment from Western Coal Fields (Coal India Ltd.) and the first consignments of coal are expected shortly.