Wind Power -
156 nos of
78 MW in
The power generated from the wind energy
generators is fed to the Tamilnadu State Electricity Board's Grid and adjusted
in the power consumption of various industries, established by the group.
The Total Capacity of
Wind Turbine in
the Group is
78 MW at
CO-GENERATION - Sugar Industries
are self sufficient in their requirement of electric power, water, steam, fuel,
etc., and does not make use of other conventional sources of fuels. By
producing steam at high pressures and using more efficient turbines, sugar
plants can produce electricity in excess of their own requirements. The world
over, co-generation has been recognised as a reliable way of generation of
electricity. Considering the thrust given by the Government of India, realising
the potential available for Co-generation plants and their contribution,
Bannari Amman Sugars Limited, in their sugar unit near Nanjangud of Mysore
District, Karnataka State, has installed a Co-generation plant with a turbo
generator of 16 MW capacity, and is exporting surplus 13 MW power to the Karnataka
State Electricity Board's Grid. The power generation capacity has been enhanced
to 36 MW now.
Also has established a 20 MW
Co-generation Plant in their Sugar Unit - I near Sathyamangalam,
Erode District, Tamilnadu State.
The Co-generation Plant with 28.8 MW capacity at the
Sugar Unit -IV near Thiruvannamalai, Tamilanadu State,
has started its power generation from January 2010.
The Total Capacity of Co-generation of Power in Bannari is 84.8 MW now .