Spectrum Coal and Power Limited
Spectrum Coal and Power Limited is wholly owned subsidiary of ACB (India) Limited. The company was incorporated on January 1, 1996 as ST-BSES Coal Washeries Limited with Registrar of Companies, Maharashtra, Mumbai, as a public limited company. Subsequently, its name was changed to ‘ST-CLI Coal Washeries Limited’. The name of the company was again changed to Spectrum Coal and Power Limited. In May 2007, registered office of Spectrum was also changed from the State of Maharashtra to Andhra Pradesh. The registered office is located at 18, Vasant Enclave, Rao Tula Ram Marg, New Delhi-110057.
Spectrum Coal and Power Limited is currently engaged in the business of coal beneficiations and setting up of thermal power generation plants. The company has set up two coal beneficiation plants at:-
1. Ratija ( in the State of Chhattisgarh) and
2. Kalinga (in the State of Orissa)
The Ratija plant was commissioned in December 1999 with a capacity of 2.50 million tons per annum. The capacity was expanded to 5.00 million tons per annum in 2003, 8.00 million tons per annum in 2008 and 10.00 million tons per annum of raw coal in 2009. The main customers are Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Limited, Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Limited and Reliance Natural Resources Limited.
The Kalinga plant is located at Talcher, District Angul in the State of Orissa. Kalinga plant was commissioned in 2008. The initial installed capacity of Kalinga Plant was 6.53 million tons per annum of raw coal which has been expanded to 9.52 million tonnes per annum of raw coal in October 2012.
The company is setting up thermal power plant at Village Ratija, District Korba, Chhattisgarh with a designed capacity of 100 MW in 2 phases of 50 MW each. Site of power plant is adjacent to our existing coal beneficiation operations in vilalge Ratija. The plant will be fueled with a blend of coal rejects and raw coal. Phase I of the plant is commissioned on 27th February 2013. Phase II is scheduled to be commissioned by March 2017.