NTPC Ltd’s very first unit at Singrauli in Uttar Pradesh has achieved the highest plant load factor (PLF) of 100.24 per cent among all thermal units in the country between April 2020 to December 2020, data published by Central Electricity Authority (CEA) showed.
One of the country’s leading integrated companies, NTPC Ltd has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Indian Institute of Forest Management (IIFM), Bhopal, to implement the Narmada Landscape Restoration Project (NLRP).
NTPC Ltd has started collaborating with cement manufacturers around the country to supply fly ash. The move is part of India’s largest power producer’s endeavour to achieve 100 per cent utilisation of the by-product produced during power generation.
In the first funding for NTPC Ltd under Japan Bank for International Co-operation (JBIC)’s Global action for Reconciling Economic growth and ENvironmental preservation (GREEN) operation, India’s largest power producer on Wednesday entered into a foreign currency loan agreement with the Japanese Government’s financial institution for JPY 50 billion (nearly $482 million or Rs 35.82 billion).
The cancellation of 13.7GW of Indian coal power projects in May 2017, coupled with a record low solar tariff of Rs 2.44 /Unit (0.038USD/kWh), are the strongest indications yet that an energy transformation in India is gaining rapid momentum and global capital markets endorsement.
With the adverse effect of demonetisation still looming over the country, the New Year will witness industry bigwigs - both international and homegrown Ã¹ queuing up to invest in IndiaÂ´s most industrially developed state, Gujarat. The occasion, Vibrant Gujarat (in its 8th edition), is all geared up to welcome the investors from all across the world.