Bhubaneswar: The first unit of the 1600-MW Darlipali Super Thermal Power Project (DSTPP) in Odisha is expected to generate power by March-end, the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) said. NTPC's Regional Executive Director (East-II) MP Sinha said the boiler is expected to be fully fit for operations early next month, while the turbine of the power plant, which is located in Sundargarh district, is ready. "Work on the two units of the project with 800 MW capacity each is progressing simultaneously. Commissioning activity for the first unit is on and it is set to start producing power by end of March," Sinha said. At present, internal cleaning of the boiler is underway since it is necessary before start.