NTPC to showcase expertise at Abu Dhabi’s Energy Summit

NTPC is establishing a 1,320 MW power plant in Bangladesh and improving station performance of projects in Saudi Arabia

GN Bureau | January 17, 2018


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State-owned NTPC will showcase its expertise and technical knowhow to execute power sector projects and explore business opportunities at the World Future Energy Summit to be held in Abu Dhabi. 

 
India's largest power generation company with an installed capacity of over 51,000 MW will be a key participant at the summit. Hundreds of international suppliers, decision makers and thought leaders will come together to network, transact business and gain key insight into latest industry trends and advancements across energy sectors. 
 
NTPC spokesperson, said: “Sustainability is a challenge being faced by global energy companies today even as consumer demand is expected to only grow in the coming decades. Thus, this annual get together of energy leaders gives an opportunity to learn about latest technology breakthroughs, changing energy mix and how the companies are innovating and adapting to address these crucial issues while ramping up capacity for future requirement. At NTPC, we have done significant work in terms of technological breakthrough and improving efficiency of power plants and we will demonstrate the same at this platform, which is dedicated to innovation, digitalisation and transformation in the global energy mix.” 
 
Among its international projects, NTPC is setting up a 1,320 MW power plant in Bangladesh, has won energy audit and improving station performance of 12 units at 12 power projects in Saudi Arabia amid stiff international competition, and awarded construction supervision for power project in Kuwait. NTPC thus possesses expertise and technical knowhow to execute power sector projects of any scale and size. 
 
WFES 2018 will offer a well-balanced mix of expert talks, panel sessions and discussions on burning issues and key trends in the energy sector like the future of energy and transport in urban environment, renewables, digitalisation and technology disruption.

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