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NTPC invites EoI to build fly ash-based roads at its plants
Posted on 19th November 2018
NTPC has invited expression of interest (EoI) for construction of fly ash-based geopolymer concrete roads at its plants to demonstrate use of this technology, a company official said.

“NTPC has invited players to construct fly ash-based geopolymer concrete roads. About 1,100 tonne of fly ash is used per km of geopolymer road,” the official told PTI.

Fuel stock at ten NTPC power plants fall to zero
Posted on 14th November 2018
KOLKATA: Ten out of 24 thermal power stations of India’s largest power generation company, NTPC, are stranded with zero fuel inventory or stocks that won’t last a day.

This has hit generation and revenue as the state-run firm is unable to cater to higher demand, company executives said.

NTPC under-recovery flags coal supply crisis
Posted on 9th November 2018
That a large part of NTPC’s reported under-recoveries of Rs210 crore in Q2FY19 was due to unavailability of coal exacerbated the coal supply crisis in the country. The company had reported Rs 1,400 crore of under-recovery in FY18, of which Rs800 crore was due to coal shortage.

The company’s net profit slipped 1.1% year-on-year (y-o-y) to Rs2,417.6 crore in the quarter. Fuel stock at NTPC’s power plants remains low with current coal stock of 3.7 MT from a high of 6.9 MT.

NTPC's September-quarter profit falls marginally, misses estimates
Posted on 2nd November 2018
Indian power producer NTPC Ltd reported a marginal fall in September-quarter profit on Friday, missing estimates, as higher expenses weighed.

Profit came in at 24.26 billion rupees ($334.03 million) for the three months ended Sept. 30, compared with 24.39 billion rupees a year earlier, said the country's largest electric utility company by market capitalisation.

NTPC agree to set up AYUSH centres in five cities
Posted on 12th October 2018
The Union Ayush Ministry’s bid to rope in Public Sector Units (PSUs) to open hospitals exclusively providing traditional systems of medicine including Ayurveda across the country has started delivering results.

In a first, and what can be called as a shot in the arm for the Ministry, the Government’s Navratna, National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) has agreed to set up Ayush centres in five cities —Kayamkulum in Alappuzha district of Kerala

NTPC gets green clearance for Rs 77.32 bn expansion project in Odisha
Posted on 24th September 2018
State-run power producer NTPC has been given the green clearance for the Rs 77.32 billion expansion project of the Talcher Thermal Power Station in Odisha, a senior government official said Monday.

The company's proposal is to add two additional units of 660 MW each in the existing premise of the Talcher Tehermal Power Project (TTPP) located in Angul district, Odisha.

Odisha wants swapping of NTPC power to save Rs 5 billion every year
Posted on 14th September 2018
Burdened with steep tariffs on power from NTPC plants located outside Odisha, the state government has appealed to the Union Power Ministry to swap it with power sourced from the central power utility's plants located inside the state. The power swapping could help the state save up to Rs 5 billion each year for the next 25 years.

Dharmendra Pradhan seeks quick nod for NTPC's power project in Odisha
Posted on 12th September 2018
Miffed with the delay in approval for NTPC's 1,320 Mw power project in Odisha, Union Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan on Tuesday urged Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik to intervene for its quick approval.

Power major NTPC proposed to set up an additional state-of-the-art, latest environmental norms-compliant power station of 1,320 Mw at the existing plant in Talcher.

NTPC’s silence on stressed power plants must be appreciated
Posted on 10th September 2018
Writing for Mint last year, Prashant Jain, executive director and chief investment officer of HDFC Mutual Fund, said it was not easy to remain invested in equities for long periods. “Those who can simply sit still know its immense benefits,” wrote Jain. NTPC Ltd seems to be practising this precept, albeit in a slightly different way.

India’s largest electricity generator has remained silent on the opportunities in stressed power plants, despite having sound financials and a balance sheet to stomach acquisitions.

NTPC may abandon two units if states renege on PPAs
Posted on 31st July 2018
NTPC may not go ahead with the construction of the upcoming 1,980-MW Nabinagar-2 and 1,600-MW Katwa thermal power generating units in Bihar and West Bengal, respectively, until it receives “re-confirmation” from the beneficiary states if they still require power from these projects.

Power purchase agreements (PPAs) for these projects were signed with West Bengal, Bihar, Odisha, Sikkim and Jharkhand in 2010.

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