Guru Nanak Dev Thermal Plant

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  • 95% of people who visit Bathinda include Guru Nanak Dev Thermal Plant in their plan

  • 42.11% of people start their Guru Nanak Dev Thermal Plant visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Guru Nanak Dev Thermal Plant

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Guru Nanak Dev Thermal Plant

People normally club together Bhrigu Jyotish Kendra and Brar Davinder while planning their visit to Guru Nanak Dev Thermal Plant.

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Guru Nanak Dev Thermal Plant Reviews & Ratings

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  • Beautiful and scenic to look at from outside. A great backdrop for photography

  • Punjab s second big electricty production plant sitatued in bathinda with beautiful its arount 50years old, but its old so central govt decided to remove from here may be in future 2 3 years it would be remove from here

  • The Guru Nanak Dev Thermal Plant ( ਗੁਰੂ ਨਾਨਕ ਦੇਵ ਥਰਮਲ ਪਲਾਂਟ ) at Bathinda[2] is one of the three thermal power stations in Punjab (the other being at Lehra Mohabat and Ropar[3]). It is a medium-sized power station with four units that were begun to be built in early 1970s and completed in 1982. All total generate up to 460 MW (2x110+2x120 MW) of power that meets the mammoth irrigation needs of lower Punjab.There has been some claim that the power plant is not up to contemporary environment safety standards, has given birth to serious[5]health problems, not only in Bathinda itself, but also nearby towns and villages, especially fly ash problem.Having generated electricity for 43 years to meet the power demand of punjab, guru nanak dev thermal shut down forever on sep 27,2017. The plant is named after the first guru and founder of Sikhism, Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji.

  • On the outskirts of city | nearby of lake view of bathinda which is known as the beauty of Bathinda | almost all power plants are got shut down as of now | it was one of the biggest resources for electricity production. Entry for public is restricted here. Only authorized personals are allowed here.

  • Plant at Bathinda is one of the three thermal power stations in Punjab It is a medium-sized power station ... Owner(s): Punjab Government Power corporation Primary fuel: coal, nuclear Status: Operation ceased closed by government of punjab

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