Adani infra has been recognized at state & national level at various occasions for its capabilities and performance in infrastructure sector.
- National Energy Conservation Award for 2011 by Bureau of Energy Efficiency
- Most admired developer in Power Sector Award - 2010
- Most admired developer in Power Sector Award - 2011
- Infrastructure Excellence Award Energy & Power - 2011
For a fast-growing organization like Adani Infra (India) Limited, it is imperative to develop processes and performance standards to measure and meet a multitude of challenges. The best solution is to integrate all processes in the management system. A holistic approach to an effective management system adds value to the business by bringing aboard quality, environment, health and safety issues, contributing to do things better. The management system standards always emphasize on continual improvement. Implementing a management system gives us an opportunity to focus on priority areas.
Today, companies are subjected to a much higher level of scrutiny by all stakeholders. The demand for transparency with respect to how safely you manage your operations and how you improve quality continually are some of the demands businesses face across the world.
Communication on how you manage risk is the key to building trust and confidence. The implementation and certification of a management system conveys to the stakeholders that you are on the road to continual performance improvement with regards to quality and safety related issues.
The journey of Management Systems in the Power Business of Adani started in 2011 when the leadership directed teams to go ahead with implementing Management Systems in Adani Infra (India) Limited. Adani Infra has already achieved ISO 9001-2008 and OHSAS 18001-2007 certifications from the internationally acclaimed agency TÜV NORD.
Today risk management is the core for every business activity of Adani Infra and Management System has become the way to stay ahead.
- Mundra TPP (4620 MW)- World’s largest single location private coal based power project.
- Mundra Phase-III - 2 x 660 MW: First coal based supercritical thermal project in the world, registered for CDM with UNFCCC.
- Tiroda Phase-I - 2 x 660 MW: Second coal based supercritical thermal project in the world registered for CDM with UNFCCC.
- First in the world, who has developed methodology and got it approved for High Voltage Direct Current power transmission for CDM with UNFCCC.
- Commissioned largest Amorphous Silicon thin film solar power project in the world in less than 5.5 months.
- Longest and largest HVDC transmission system installed by any private player in the worldin a time span of less than 24 months.
- Mundra 4620MW power plant consists of 9 units has been installed in less than 300Hac land: Lowest Area/ MW coal based power plant in the country.
- Unit 5 of Mundra TPP (660MW): First Supercritical unit to be synchronized in India. The unit was synchronized with in 36 months from inception.
- Commissioned four super critical thermal power generating units at single location in one financial year (2011-12) i.e. Unit-6, Unit-7, Unit-8 & Unit-9 of Mundra TPP (2640 MW).
- Mundra super critical units 6 & 9 achieved synchronization from boiler light up in less than 3.5 months.
- 2 super critical units (Unit-8 and Unit-9 of Mundra TPP) completed the steam blowing within 2 days from boiler light up.
- Mundra unit 3, 5 & 9: 3 units in a single location achieved full load operation from synchronization in less than 4 days.