NTPC claims that it is ready to meet the spurt in demand
GN Bureau | July 3, 2018
NTPC has clocked highest quarterly generation of 69.2 billion units (BU) against the previous highest of 68.6 BU in the fourth quarter of 2017-18 FY. Generation growth is up by 7.45 percent with respect to first quarter of the last fiscal.
NTPC Group registered the highest quarterly generation of 76.9 BU against the previous highest of 76.1 BU in the fourth quarter of 2017-18 FY. NTPC claimed that it is ready to meet the spurt in demand.
NTPC Joint Venture Stations have also recorded the highest quarterly generation of 7701 million units. Highest renewable energy generation of 411.24 MU is also a highlight of this quarter.
NTPC has total installed capacity of 53,651MW from its 21 coal based, 7 gas based, 11 solar PV, one each hydro, small hydro, wind and 9 subsidiaries/joint venture power stations.
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