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JSW Energy Limited (JSWEL) is the dynamic vertical of JSW Group. The company plans to foray in all areas of power: Generation, Transmission, Distribution and Trading. In less than a decade of its operations the company has crossed several milestones working on power solutions in the States of Karnataka, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Himachal Pradesh. Besides power generation, JSW Energy is venturing into manufacturing of supercritical boilers. This is a joint venture project between JSW Energy and Toshiba coming up at Chennai.

JSW Energy was first set-up at Vijayanagar as an IPP with a capacity of 260 MW. the plant is currently under expansion to 1200 MW at a fast pace. It is executing a 4x300 MW power plant at Toranagallu, Bellary. The expanded capacities will provide a thrust to the vision of the company.

Projects are now under implementation in Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh and Maharashtra. Raj WestPower Limited (RWPL), promoted by JSW Energy is a Rs. 5000 crore project at Bhadresh, district Barmer. The project plans to generate 1350 MW (10 x 135 MW) of power which will be supplied to the distribution companies (Discoms) in Rajasthan. In Maharashtra under implementation is a 1200 MW (4 x 300 MW) Power project located at Jaigarh, district Ratnagiri, Maharashtra. JSW envisages making Jaigarh, a port based power plant by setting up a port facility and making it a full-fledged business centre in coming years. JSW Energy has marked its entry into Himachal Pradesh. JSW Energy is setting up Hydro Power Project at Kutehar, River Chamba, which will generate 260 MW power valued at Rs. 1700 crore.

As India makes its crucial transition from a developing to a developed economy, there will be a rapidly growing demand for energy. JSW Energy is putting in sincere efforts towards enabling the vision of empowering Inda with its power needs. The initiatives of JSW Energy will put us on a road to become a major power producer in the country.

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Turbine Floor and Boiler Views of JSWEL Power Plant at Vijayanagar.

23rd June 2009
JSWECE Signs an MoU with MSRIT, Bangalore for jointly conducting a one-year full-time PG Diploma in Power Plant Engineering from the academic year 2009-2010.

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22nd February 2010
Owing to a massive demand for trained power professionals in the Indian Power Sector, JSWECE starts a 2nd batch of PG Diploma in Power Plant Engineering with 60 students.

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22nd February 2010
JSWECE commissions its dynamic, high-fidelity, PC-based 300 MW Thermal Power Plant Simulator. The state of the art Simulator is dedicated to the nation. Training program on the Simulator launched with 6 trainees from JSWEL Ratnagiri.

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23rd April 2010
Mr.K.P.Singh, Secretary, CEA and Ms. Anjuli Chandra, Director-HRD, CEA visit JSWECE for renewal of recognition. They appreciate the efforts of JSW Energy to develop the Institute. The visitors speak to the PG Diploma students on the occassion.

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17th May 2010
Batch-1 PG Diploma Students return from 4-month On Job Training at JSWEL, Barmer and JSWEL, Ratnagiri. The students get exposure to erection, commissioning, operation and maintenance of both CFBC plant of 135 MW at Barmer and PF fired plant of 300 MW at Ratnagiri.

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1st June 2010
Mr. Lalit Kumar Gupta takes over as Jt. Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of JSW Energy Ltd.

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18th June 2010
Col. Mohan Bhandari takes over as Head of Corporate HR of JSW Energy Ltd. Col. Bhandari is Head of JSW Energy Centre of Excellence also.

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