NTPC chairman Gurdeep Singh said Rs 3-3.20 a unit tariff for solar power may be the new normal and can be achieved without the support of “cheap funds or cheap panels“, which have been a concern for the industry.
NTPC is increasing its bets on solar power as tariffs keep falling on the back of decline in prices of cells and modules in the global market. The shift in business strategy of India’s largest coal-fired generator cannot be ignored.
NTPC, India’s largest thermal power generator, is hopeful on average tariff for solar plants falling to the extent that they would give a good run for money to coal-fired generating stations
Just clocking profits is not our prime motto, our main aim is to go on providing reliable, affordable and quality power to consumers, Gurdeep Singh, CMD, NTPC.
From being a coal based generation company, today NTPC is generating power from all sources be it solar, wind, gas or hydro.
Mr Gurdeep Singh leads India’s largest power generation company, NTPC Ltd as its chairman and managing director. Just few days back, NTPC achieved a significant benchmark of becoming a 50,000 mega watt company. In an exclusive interview (his first after the landmark achievement of NTPC becoming a 50,000 mw plus company) to the Founder and Editor of EnergyInfraPost.com, Anupama Airy, Mr Singh spoke in detail about the company’s achievements so far and the plans ahead.
NTPC-SAIL Power Company Ltd (NSPCL), a 50:50 joint venture of two Maharatna companies, NTPC Limited and Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL)
India’s largest power generation company, NTPC Ltd. has paid an interim dividend of Rs. 2,152.07 crore, being 26.10% of the paid-up equity share capital of the Company for Financial Year 2016-17
The dividend payment is 4th highest among Public Sector Undertakings.
NTPC Limited paid a total dividend @ 33.5% of its paid-up capital for the financial year 2015-16, amounting to Rs. 2762.23 crore.
The Company said it is in advanced stages of commissioning projects of around 4,500 MW capacity in FY17.
India’s largest power generation company, NTPC LTD that meets nearly a quarter of the country’s power needs, said on Tuesday that it is spending Rs 1,60,000 Crore to implement a series of projects with an aggregate capacity of around 24,000 MW at 23 locations across the nation.
India’s largest power company — the state-owned NTPC Ltd has got a new chairman. Gurdeep Singh has taken over the reins of the company on February 4th