NTPC showcases Power Pavilion at St. Petersburg

The pavilion attracted visitors from various global consultants and companies on NTPC’s offshore business opportunities, wind power and solar power generation

GN Bureau | March 31, 2018


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Ministry of power’s Power Pavilion was showcased at India Sourcing Fair 2018 held at St Petersburg in Russia from 20th -22th March, 2018.

Being the nodal agency for the Power Pavilion, NTPC highlighted its potential as an International player for new power projects in developer mode, taking over of old power projects and renovation and modernisation.

The pavilion attracted visitors from various global consultants and companies on NTPC’s offshore business opportunities, wind power and solar power generation and NTPC’s commitment to renewable energy. Various power plant equipment manufacturers and consultancy firms expressed keen interest on electric charging vehicles, on the research and development arm-NETRA and O&M services of the power major. 

Along with NTPC, Power Grid, CPRI, EESL and NHPC also participated at the exhibition.
 

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