State-owned power generator NTPC will earn Rs 18,343 crore over 15 years through 2033 by selling electricity to Bangladesh, said power and renewable energy minister R K Singh.
The government is looking to sell successfully running public sector infrastructure projects such as power and steel plants to private companies in a bid to boost green-field investment and create fresh capacity.
NTPC has signed term loan agreement for ₹1500 crore with HDFC Bank Limited on 10th July, 2018. The loan facility is extended at an interest rate linked to 3- months MCLR of the Bank. This loan has a door to door tenure of 15 years and will be utilised to part finance the capital expenditure of NTPC.
NTPC’s 250 MW Solar Project In Suwasra, District Mandsaur, Madhya Pradesh Dedicated To State By Shri Shivraj Singh Chauhan Hon’ble Chief Minister, Madhya Pradesh
The Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Shivraj Singh Chauhan on Wednesday dedicated to the State of MP, NTPC’s 250 MW Solar Power Plant in Suwasra, District Mandsaur of Madhya Pradesh.
Seeking to bring down emission levels of all old power plants to revised stringent standards by 2022, the state-run National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) has started retrofitting such plants with necessary equipment.
Power Management Institute (PMI), NTPC Recognized By ATD Best Award 2018 For The Centre Of Excellence In Talent Development
Wins the coveted global award second time in succession
Power Management Institute (PMI), NTPC have been globally recognised by ATD Best Award 2018 for the second time in a row, for the centre of excellence in talent development.
India’s largest thermal power generator NTPC Limited announced equity acquisition of two state-owned power plants in Bihar for an estimated Rs 21 billion.
NTPC, India’s largest power generating company, has been ranked 25th in India’s Great Place to Work for 2018. NTPC is the only PSU among top 25 and has made a quantum leap from 38th position last year.
NTPC, India’s largest thermal power producer, is planning a power despatch schedule wherein cheaper power will be loaded first. The move aims to reduce the cost of power for state-owned power distribution companies (discoms) that are facing financial difficulties.
State-owned power generating major NTPC showcased India’s Green Power at the three day Exhibition and Conference on Power and Energy held at Nairobi in Kenya recently.