Located in Bargawan, Madhya Pradesh, Mahan smelter project comprises a 360 KTPA aluminium smelter, along with a 900 MW captive power plant (CPP).
The smelter uses globally proven AP 36 technology with enhanced power efficiency and improved manpower productivity. The CPP set up by BHEL, includes six units of 150 MW each, with one of them acting as a stand by unit.
The coal for the CPP will be primarily sourced from Mahan Coal Limited (joint venture between Hindalco and Essar). Mahan coal block has received stage 1 and stage 2 clearance from the Ministry of Environment and Forests and is expected to gear up for coal production after signing mining lease with the government.
The alumina for the smelter will be sourced from Utkal Alumina, our subsidiary, which also has started trial production and is expected to be one of the most efficient alumina refineries globally.
Mahan project will have a competitive cost structure once it gets on stream in totality. It will further enhance Hindalco’s cost competitiveness significantly.
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