|Narora Atomic Power Station|
|Location||Narora, Bulandshahar District in Uttar Pradesh|
|Commission date||Unit 1: 1 January 1991|
Unit 2: 1 July 1992.
|Operator(s)||Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd. (NPCIL)|
|Nuclear power station|
|Cooling source||Narora Barrage, River Ganga|
|Units operational||2 x 220 MW|
|Nameplate capacity||404 MW|
|Capacity factor||85.22% (2020–21)|
|Annual net output||3284.81 GW.h (2020–21)|
|Website||Nuclear Power Corporation of India|
The plant houses two reactors, each a pressurized heavy-water reactor (PHWR) capable of producing 220 MW of electricity. Commercial operation of NAPS-1 began on 1 January 1991, NAPS-2 on 1 July 1992.
|Unit||Type||Gross MW||Construction start||Operation start||Notes|
|Narora 1||IPHWR-220||220||1 December 1976||1 January 1991|||
|Narora 2||IPHWR-220||220||1 November 1977||1 July 1992|||
31 May 1993 after 28 months of operation two steam turbine blades in NAPS-1 malfunctioned causing a major fire. This in combination with problems in the reactor's cabling system nearly lead to a nuclear meltdown.