Shaping India's Energy Landscape


Jindal Power Limited is a leading energy company dedicated to sustainable and dependable power generation. Our cutting-edge technology and strategic power plant locations enable us to provide a consistent and efficient electricity supply. We are committed to operational excellence, safety, and social responsibility. Join us in shaping the energy landscape and creating a brighter, sustainable future.

Current Thermal Power Capacity

4300 MW

Jindal Power Limited (JPL), an eminent powerhouse in India's energy realm, commands a robust portfolio boasting 4300 MW. As a stalwart at the forefront, we relentlessly strive to fulfil the nation's surging power requirements.

Leading Force in India's Power Sector

Robust Energy Portfolio

Energy Footprint

Jindal Power Limited, a powerhouse across India with thermal power stations in Tamnar, Chhattisgarh; Shirpur, Maharashtra; and Simhapuri, Andhra Pradesh, is setting its sights beyond borders. The company is poised to electrify Botswana with a soon-to-be-built, 600 MW base-load thermal power station. Having secured the coveted position as the preferred bidder for a 300 MW power plant, Jindal Power is ready to fuel Botswana's growth and illuminate its future.

Pioneering Innovation

Phase - 1
1st IPP in 2007
1000 MW Capacity
Tamnar, Chhattisgarh
Phase - 2
2400 MW (4x600 MW) Thermal Power Plant
In 2007, The OP Jindal Super Thermal Power Plant, an Independent Power Plant (IPP) with a 1000 MW (4x250 MW) unit was established at Tamnar in the Raigarh district of Chhattisgarh. The capacity was later expanded with a 2400 MW (4x600 MW) thermal power plant, bringing the total generation capacity to 3400 MW.

Diverse Portfolio

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Vision for Sustainability

Committed to Renewable Energy
  • Renewable Energy Usage
  • Carbon Emissions Reduction
  • Environmental Protection

Committed to increasing the share of power generated through renewable sources. As the 5th largest integrated power producer, we aim to set benchmarks in renewable energy, carbon emissions, and environmental protection.