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Coal crisis: NTPC ties up additional coal from Talabira Coal mines of NLC in Odisha

In its effort to strengthen fuel security, NTPC Limited has commenced coal offtake from Talabira Mines of NLC in Odisha
Coal crisis: NTPC ties up additional coal from Talabira Coal mines of NLC in Odisha (Image for representation)
Coal crisis: NTPC ties up additional coal from Talabira Coal mines of NLC in Odisha (Image for representation)

New Delhi: In its effort to strengthen fuel security, NTPC Limited, the country's largest power generator, has commenced coal offtake from Talabira Mines of NLC in Odisha. As per the agreement, NTPC shall offtake coal from Talabira mines to Lara and Darlipalli.

Besides this, NTPC is also ramping up coal production from its captive mines.

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The present installed capacity of NTPC Group is 66,900 MW (including 13,425 MW through JVs/Subsidiaries) comprising of 47 NTPC stations (23 coal-based stations,7 gas-based stations,1 hydro station,1 small hydro,14 solar PV, and 1 wind-based station) and 26 joint venture stations (9 coal-based,4 gas-based,8 hydro,1 small hydro 2 wind and 2 solar PV).

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