About Us

Simbhaoli power is co-gen power business with existing capacity of 100 MW. Company has a joint venture arrangement with Simbhaoli Sugars Limited (SSL) and Sindicatum Captive Energy Singapore Pte Limited (SCES). Company is operating 62 mw bagasse based co-gen power plant at Simbhaoli, District Ghaziabad and 38 MW at Chilwaria, District Bahraich, in Uttar Pradesh. Power generated from these two power plants is currently supplied to the sugar plants of SSL and surplus power to the State Government of Uttar Pradesh under the long term Power Purchase Agreement.

Simbhaoli Power has committed to build an environment friendly green power platform with low cost global technologies cogenerating power. It is creating value for its investors and stakeholders through developing biomass based co-gen power plants.

Company is producing clean power with use of bagasse as main fuel. Bagasse is a by-product of the sugar manufacturing process. Company cogenerating power in season and off -season with use of alternate green fuel, ensuring optimum utilization of the power generating equipment. The biomass-based co-generation plants have been accredited by UNFCCC under the Clean Development Mechanism programme.

Simbhaoli aim to build a financially strong, growth oriented company that creates value for our stakeholders. To adhere to highest safety, environmental and governance standards while giving back to the communities we work in.

Simbhaoli encourage ideas, innovation, excellence, enterprise and teamwork in employees. Simbhaoli has a ‘zero-tolerance’ approach when it comes to dealing with any violations of its standards and policies. Simbhaoli team is its most important asset and aims to be an employer of choice and will strive to empower & motivate employees to realize their potential.

Our Company is certified for emission reduction products. Both the Plants – Simbhaoli & Chilwaria are eligible to issue tradable certificates to permit the right to or the equivalent amount of a different greenhouse gas. The ultimate goal is to allow market mechanisms to drive industrial and commercial processes in the direction of low emissions or less carbon intensive approaches than those used when there is no cost to emitting carbon dioxide and other GHGs into the atmosphere.