With the commissioning of the first unit of 660 MW of Solapur Super Thermal Power Project in Maharashtra on Friday, the commissioned capacity of NTPC Group has become 51410 MW.
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.
Known for its vast hydro power potential, Himachal Pradesh government is now exploring the possibility of promoting non-conventional wind energy in a big way.
The government has set a target of generating 1,229.4 billion units in 2017-18 from thermal, hydro and nuclear sources along with imports from Bhutan, Central Electricity Authority data showed.
NTPC to replace polluting units with new ones which are highly efficient.
State-owned NTPC Ltd has decided to close down roughly 11,000 MW of old thermal plants which are polluting and causing distress in the local areas also and not good for the country, union minister of state for power, RE, coal and mines, Piyush Goyal said on Monday.
The public sector enterprise National Hydro-electrical Power Corporation will spend Rs 470 crore for river protection, erosion control measures and sustainable developmental works for the downstream areas of Subansiri
State-owned power transmission major, Power Grid Corp of India Ltd (POWERGRID) has sought co-operation from all stakeholders for completion of the 1000 MVA Rajarhat 400/220kV substation in West Bengal considering that it is critical to supply of power in Kolkata and surrounding areas.
The Government of Bangladesh has granted in-principle approval for the first phase of Reliance Power’s project in Bangladesh. Under the approval, first phase of 750 MW power plant will be set up at Meghnaghat (Narayanganj district), around 40 km South-East of Dhaka along with the FSRU terminal at Maheshkhali Island in Cox’s Bazar district of […]
Ministry Of Coal Permits Sasan Power To Produce Additional Coal From Moher & Moher Almohri Extn Mines
Anil Ambani’s Sasan Power Limited (SPL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Reliance Power that operates the 3,960 mega watt