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WBPDCL - Lighting Up the Future

The West Bengal Power Development Corporation Limited (WBPDCL) is a company wholly owned by the Government of West Bengal with the goal to carry on interalia the business of electric power generation and supply in the state of West Bengal, India. The thermal power plants under WBPDCL are in Kolaghat, Bakreswar, Sagardighi, Santaldih and Bandel. The registered & Corporate Office of The WBPDCL is at Bidyut Unnyan Bhaban, Plot– 3/​C, LA-​Block, Sector-​III, Salt­Lake City, Kolkata-​700106.

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WBPDCL has recently introduced e-Office in WBPDCL Corporate Office

WBPDCL has recently introduced e-Office in WBPDCL Corporate Office, with the objective to bring in digitization of paper based processes. The e-Office facility was inaugurated on 4th January 2021 by Sri S.Suresh Kumar, IAS, Additional Chief Secretary, Dept. of Power, Govt of West Bengal in the presence of Dr P B Salim, IAS, Chairman and Managing Director, WBPDCL as well as all Directors, Executive Directors and other high Officials of WBPDCL.

E-Office aims at transforming the file move to relatively efficient paperless process which would eventually bring desirable values of transperancy, efficiency, accountability and faster decision making.

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Launching a Coffee Table Book - A Home for a While
WBPDCL takes the pleasure to Launch a Coffee Table Book on the migratory birds that flock the Bakreswar Reservoir every winter, starting December. This endeavour complements the fascinating video released covering this wonderful phenomenon. On behalf of WBPDCL, we wanted to document this beautiful story of nature and fill in a little more into the quest of the seekers of Mother Earth. ~P B Salim, CMD
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A Short film on - Deocha Pachami Dewanganj Harinsingha Coal Block
The Deocha Pachami Dewanganj Harinsigha coal block recently allocated to WBPDCL by Ministry of Coal, Government of India is considered to be the largest coal block in India. At present the coal requirements of WBPDCL is around 24 million tons per annum which is expected to reach 40 million tons per annum ......
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Home for a While - A short film
Every year, starting early December, the Bakreswar reservoir welcomes its charming friends- the migratory birds. They travel thousands of miles and Bakreswar Reservoir comes alive with a diverse flock of around 150 species of birds roosting at its bay. On behalf of WBPDCL we wanted to document this beautiful story of nature and fill in a little more into the quest of the seekers of Mother Earth. ~ P B Salim, CMD
A Short film on - Largest Floating Solar Plant in India
WBPDCL is going to commission 5MW Grid connected floating Solar PV Plant at SgTPP. This PV project is going to be the largest floating Solar Plant in India. Solar Modules are floating on French company Ciel & Terre made Hydrolio floating platform by April 2020.
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MHM Project - Inauguration programme
CSR Activity 2019 of BTPS. Implementing authority is M/s. Nirman Foundation and the venue was Sukantanagar Aukul C.S. High School on 12-Dec-2019
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Allotment Agreement between WBPDCL and Ministry of Coal
The Central Government entered into an Allotment Agreement with WBPDCL regarding the Deocha-Pachami-Dewanganj- Harinsingha coal block today on 16-Sep-2019.
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Digital Dispensary at WBPDCL Mines
As part of its CSR initiative, WBPDCL has started setting up Digital Dispensaries at its captive Mines. Already such dispensaries has been set-up at ..
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Excellence Award - Rooftop Solar
Excellence award in the category of ‘Outstanding Contribution in Promoting Solar Rooftop Sector in the State’ being conferred to WBPDCL
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Ash Disposal through Waterways
Flag off ceremony of disposal of Fly Ash through barge at the Bandel Thermal Power Station Jetty on 07-Jun-2019 in arrangement with Inland Waterways Authority of India
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Covered Crushed Coal Storage at SgTPP
At SgTPP, a hanger faclitates covered Crushed Coal storage. The hanger is having a capacity to store 50000 MT of Coal with Length 140 M and Width 100 M
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