For Q1 2018-19 FY, total income stood at Rs 22,839.98 crore, registering a rise of 11.19%
GN Bureau | August 6, 2018
Country’s largest power generator NTPC Ltd has generated 69.21 billion units in the first quarter of the current fiscal as against 64.41 BU produced in the corresponding previous quarter, posting a surge of 7.45 percent.
NTPC is having group installed capacity of 53651 MW.
The generation during Q1 2018-19 FY, is the highest quarterly generation, surpassing previous highest quarterly generation of 68.56 BU during Q4 2017-18 FY.
NTPC coal stations achieved plant load factor (PLF) of 77.98 percent in Q1 2018-19 FY as against national average of 63.38 percent.
For Q1 2018-19 FY, the total income stood at Rs 22,839.98 crore, registering an increase of 11.19 percent over the corresponding previous period. Profit before tax for the quarter was Rs 3,011.13 crore and profit after tax for the quarter was Rs 2,588.14 crore.
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