It has more than 20 GW capacity under various phases of construction
GN Bureau | January 4, 2018
NTPC, the largest power generator of India, with installed capacity of 51,383 MW, has recorded its highest ever quarterly generation of 67,781 million units (MUs) during Q 3 of FY 2017-18 which is 10.39 percent more than the generation of 61,400 MUs recorded during the corresponding period of last year.
The company is also increasing its green footprint and has already generated 912 Million Units from its solar and wind stations during the year which is around 3 times its renewable generation during corresponding period of last year.
With more than 20 GW capacity under various phases of construction, NTPC is all set to continue energysing India’s growth in the coming years.
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