DSIL set up an another state of art sugar plant of 7500 TCD at Dwarikesh Dham, in Tehsil - Faridpur, District - Bareilly. The low-lying district consists of plains with fertile alluvial soil on the banks of the Ramganga River. The land here is most suitable for agriculture and farmers in this region are focused on growing cane along with production of potatoes. The area is well-connected with major sugar-consuming markets of the country.
The total power plant capacity of Dwarikesh Dham plant is of 36 MW out of which 24 MW is exported to the state electricity board. The plant has started production on 17.12.2007. It began selling electricity from its 24 MW co generation plant to the State Government from 9th February 2008. The unit had sold 56.04 million units during the last financial year 2015-2016 after banking of 11.5 lacs unit to meet out off season’s requirement. The unit had also generated Rs 286.79 Lacs from sale of REC (Renewable Energy Certificate) in financial year 2015-16.
During the last crushing season 2015-2016 we crushed 5.95million quintals of sugar cane at the plant at a recovery of 11.16%.
Apart from the state of the art plant, Dwarikesh Dham complex also consists of a residential colony having houses and flats of different kind. It also has a large office complex, storage godown, molasses tanks, recreation centres and a temple. Large green areas have been developed at the site to keep the environment healthy and free of pollution. Effluent plants are in place to treat the industrial waste.