Co-generation plant at Deoband & Khatauli utilize highly efficient 87 ata 515 ºC steam cycle to maximize power & steam generation per unit fuel (bagasse). HP feed water heaters have been utilized for maximizing cycle efficiency.
Deoband & Khatauli (Phase-I) utilize extraction cum condensing turbines for facilitating season as well as off-season operation. Phase-2 co-generation plant at Khatauli utilizes an efficient backpressure turbine. These cogeneration plants have been engineered keeping in mind high level of automation and minimal human intervention. Significant emphasis is put in ensuring/managing high standards of the boiler feed water which is a key for sustained trouble free operation of the high pressure cogeneration plants. At Deoband & Khatauli units, the auxiliary system has been installed by reputed suppliers.
Co-generation plants, at Chandanpur, Milak Narayanpur & Sabitgarh units utilize 46 ata / 440 ºC cycle and surplus power is exported to grid. While Chandanpur & Milak Narayanpur plants were grid connected for export of surplus power in 2012, Sabitgarh plant was grid connected in 2014 (along with installation of various equipments including new 6 MW backpressure type TG set) for export of surplus power.
Triveni's Deoband co-generation facility is also a pioneer in usage of large quantum of Kolhu's (country side small jaggery producing units) bagasse, considered a difficult fuel to burn in comparison to mill bagasse. Other biomass fuels which have been successfully utilized at Deoband plant includes
Triveni Group boasts with pride that the power plant buildings at Deoband & Khatauli units are made of interlocking fly ash blocks.