NTPC is currently building an additional capacity of over 21,000 MW
GN Bureau | May 11, 2018
NTPC has decided to generate 268 billion units (BU) of electricity in 2018-19 fiscal, under a memorandum of understanding (MoU) inked between NTPC and ministry of power recently.
Revenue from the operations is targeted at Rs 85,500 crore. Parameters related to financial performance, improvement in operational efficiency, capital expenditure, projects monitoring, technology upgradation and HR Management are also part of the MOU for the year 2018-19.
NTPC has total installed capacity of 53,651 from its 21 coal based, 7 gas based, 11 solar photo voltaic, 1 hydro, 1 small hydro, 1 wind and 9 subsidiaries/ joint venture power stations. NTPC is currently building an additional capacity of over 21,000 MW at multiple locations across the country.
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