CIN No.: U40109PB20108GC033813

GNDTP Bathinda


Organisation Structure


Guru Gobind Singh Super Thermal PowerPlant is situated near village Ghanauli on Chandigarh-Manali highway. It is about 12 km from Roopnagar and 55 km from Chandigarh.The power plant is one of the coal based power plants of PSPCL.The plant has an installed capacity of 1260 MW i.e. six units of 210 MW each.The first unit was commissioned in September, 1984. During March 1985, the second unit was commissioned and in later years four more units were added.

The plant has its source of water supply from Nangal Hydel Channel. The coal used mainly comes from mines in Bihar, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh from more than 50 sources called collieries.It has 210 MW, 3 cylinder mixed flow tandem coupled, 3000 rpm BHEL make turbines.It has 247 MVA, 15.75 kV, 9050 A at 0.85 lag, 50 Hz, 3 phase, double star two pole generators.

Installed Capacity:

Stage Unit Number Installed Capacity (MW) Date of Commissioning Status
First 1 210 September, 1984 Running
First 2 210 March, 1985 Running
Second 3 210 March, 1988 Running
Second 4 210 January, 1989 Running
Third 5 210 March, 1992 Running
Third 6 210 March, 1993 Running

Cost of Project:

ST – I Rs. 380 Crores
ST – II Rs. 438 Crores
ST – III Rs. 599 Crores


Sr. No. Description
1 Operation of 6*210MW units and supply power generated to the state of Punjab through 220 KV Grid& 2*850 KW Hydel units also.
2 Analysis of Coal, DM water with monitoring of boiler water, steam and environmental parameters.
3 Maintenance of TG equipment of 6*210 MW units of GGSSTP and 2*850 KW Hydel units of GGSSTP along with maintenance of compressors, DM Plant , Fire water pump house, Air Conditioning System & Hydrogen Gas Plant
4 Maintenance of BFPs, CWPH, BCW system and service water system in addition to maintenance of transport vehicles and disposal of scrap.
5 Maintenance of Boiler equipment of all the 6*210MW thermal units and Ash Hoppers.
6 Maintenance of Coal Mills & allied equipment and ID/FD/PA fans and allied equipment
7 Arrange, monitor the Coal & oil Stock/ accounting.
8 Impart trainings, arrange Seminars & Workshops.
9 Renovation and Modernisation of old plant systems with latest technology equipment/systems
10 Standardisation of firms.
11  Energy audit of 6*210MW Units.
12 Implementation of Labour Laws and welfare of GGSSTP employees and workers.
13 Deal with Fire eventualities at the plant.
14 Phase-II Migration of WDPF system to Ovation System on Unit No 5.
15 Creating awareness among the workers regarding use of PPEs while working in the plant and safety of the workers.

Projects under Implementation

Sr.No. Name of Scheme
1 Process of making the Pachwara Central Coal Mines (Jharkhand) operational underway.
2 Replacement of Steam and Water Analysis System (SWAS) of Stage I, II & III including DM Plants.
3 Replacement of motor operated high energy drain valves, EDD Valves, Boiler & SH vent Valves of Unit I & II.
4 Replacement of old 6.6KV MOCBs with vacuum circuit breakers.
5 Bus bar Differential Protection Scheme at 220KV Sub-Station GGSSTP, Roopnagar.
6 Implementation of Online Energy Management System.


Sr. No. Description
1 GGSSTP, Roopnagar achieved all time highest generation of 10056.35MU during 2009-10.
2 Highest PLF of 91.11% achieved during 2009-10.
3 Lowest Station Heat Rate of 2538Kcal/Kwh achieved during 2012-13.
4 Lowest Specific Coal Consumption of 0.625kg/Kwh achieved during 2012-13.
5 Lowest Specific Oil Consumption of 0.37ml/Kwh achieved during 2010-11.
6 Lowest DM Make-up Water Consumption of 1.13% achieved during 2012-13.
7 All six Units remained continuous running for 32 days, 2 hrs and 20 min during 2008-09 without tripping.
8 GGSSTP, Roopnagar won productivity awards given by Ministry of Power, Govt of India from 1985 to 2000 for outstanding performance.
9 During 2000-2001, GGSSTP, Roopnagar won Certificate of Good Performance from Ministry of Power, Govt. of India for achieving the Highest Plant Load factor at that time.
10 GGSSTP quality circle team “Tejas” won Gold award for the 4th consecutive time at Convention on Quality Concepts (RCCQC-2017) on 4th October 2017, conducted by Quality Circle Forum of India (QCFI) at Rudrapur Institute of Technology, Uttrakhand.
11 All old fluorescent lights replaced with energy efficient lights i.e. LED tube lights.
12 The station received the incentive award for reducing fuel oil consumption in 1999.
13 The station also received the shield and excellent performance by Prime Minister of India during 1986-87 for achieving 70.08% PLF against then 53.2%.
14 GGSSTP, Roopnagar has been awarded the shield for Largest Reduction in Frequency Rate of Accident in Light Engineering Industry for the year 2011.

Important Links:


O/o Chief Engineer/O&M,

Guru Gobind Singh Super Thermal Plant,

Distt. Roopnagar

Phone No: 96461-07204, 01881-274238

Fax:    01881-274232