NTPC Group installed capacity reaches 64,075 MW

New Delhi: NTPC Limited, India’s largest energy integrated company has crossed a total installed capacity of 64,000 MW. The company commenced commercial operations for the Kameng Hydro-Electric Project, a part of North Eastern Electric Power Corporation Ltd (a wholly-owned subsidiary company of NTPC Ltd), effective on Friday.

With this, the commissioned and commercial capacity of the NTPC group has reached 64,075 MW.

NTPC Limited is going to add 16,500 MW of renewable energy (RE) between FY23 and FY27, Power Minister RK Singh had said on Tuesday. Singh said that the target includes the capacity addition plan by NTPC RE Ltd, a subsidiary of NTPC Limited which was incorporated in 2020. NTPC is now fast pivoting towards renewable energy. 

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With a total installed capacity of 64,075 MW, NTPC Group has 71 Power stations including 28 renewable projects. The group has over 20 GW of capacity under construction, including 5 GW of renewable energy projects.

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