The government is readying a roadmap to lower its stake in all central public sector enterprises (CPSEs) to 49% in three years, except for those operating in sectors of strategic importance such as defence and oil.
NTPC Ltd, India’s largest powergenerator, today announced Kandikuppa Sreekant has taken over as Director-Finance of the company with effect from 19 March.
NTPC Is Now A 52000 MW Plus Company; Commissions Third Unit Of 800 Me Kudgi Super Thermal Power Station
With the commissioning of Kudgi STPP, NTPC group’s capacity crosses 52000 mw.
India’s largest power generator NTPC Ltd. has commissioned 3rd unit of the 800 MW Kudgi Super Thermal Power Station with effect from March 12, 2018.
Amidst stiff international competitive bidding (ICB), Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has won a Rs.11,700 Crore order for setting up a 3×800 MW supercritical thermal power plant in Jharkhand.
India’s power major, NTPC Ltd and the country’s top business school IIM-Ahmedabad on Tuesday announced a joint initiative to create a world class research institute at NTPC School of Business for policy prescription and churn out management graduates with focus on energy sector.
India’s biggest companies are tapping deposit-heavy Japanese lenders for long-tenor debt, drawn by the nation’s near-record low yen rates and excess liquidity.
Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd. (TPREL), India’s largest renewable energy company and Tata Power’s wholly-owned subsidiary, today announced that the Company has commissioned its 100 MW solar plant (50MW X 2) at Pavagada Solar Park in Karnataka.
A smart EV charger of Fortum India has been installed at SCOPE Complex, New Delhi. The charger will be powered by electricity from NTPC Ltd., the largest power generator of the country.
State-run NTPC Ltd has been facing problems at several of its power projects due to issues related to equipment supplied by Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (Bhel), said several people aware of the developments.
NTPC Ltd, country’s largest power producer, plans to acquire operational coal-based power stations but only those built with Indian, not Chinese, equipment and with lower generation costs, which will keep many private plants out.