NTPC sets record in continuous power generation

NTPC is the largest power utility company in India with a total installed capacity of 51,708 MW

GN Bureau | October 9, 2017


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 NTPC Unchahar has added another feather to its cap by setting a national record with 686 days of continuous generation by its 210 MW unit. Unchahar is located at Rae Bareli in Uttar Pradesh with an installed capacity of 1,060 MW, which includes 10 MW solar.

 
NTPC is the largest power utility company in India with a total installed capacity of 51,708 MW, which includes 7,216 MW through JVs/subsidiaries comprising of 48 NTPC stations (20 coal based stations, 7 combined cycle gas/liquid fuel based stations, 1 hydro based station), 9 joint venture stations and 12 renewable energy projects.
 
The Maharatna enterprise has presence in coal, gas, solar photovoltaic, hydro and wind power generation and coal mining.
 

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