The pavilion drew visitors from various firms enquiring on NTPC’s international business opportunities, wind and solar power generation and renewable energy
GN Bureau | June 6, 2018
NTPC has showcased India’s green power at Exhibition and Conference on Power and Energy 2018 in Nairobi, Kenya between May 29 and 31.
NTPC, India’s largest power generating company with a commissioned capacity of 53,651 MW, is striving to become a 130 GW company by 2032.
The corporation highlighted its expertise and technical knowhow to execute green power projects of any scale and size. NTPC also displayed the significant work implemented in technological innovation like the dry ash disposable system, zero liquid discharge system, air-cooled condenser technology, which has helped in improving the efficiency of power plants and also by taking over of some old power projects, by renovation and modernization.
The exhibition witnessed over 11 countries and 22 exhibitors from around the world to network, transact business and gain key insights into latest industry trends and advancements across power sector. The event helped NTPC to establish relationships that will lead businesses into new sector markets. NTPC’s Green Power Pavilion drew inquisitive visitors from various global consultants and companies enquiring on NTPC’s international business opportunities, wind power and solar power generation and the company’s commitment to renewable energy.
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