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Coal India Plans to Set Up 3 GW Solar Power Projects at 56.50 Bln Rupees
NTPC To Buy Back Shares Worth 22.76 Bln Rupees
NTPC Approves Extension Of Tenure Of MD Till July 31, 2025
NTPC Limited is an India-based company, which is engaged in the generation and sale of electricity. The principal business activity of the Company is the electric power generation by coal-based thermal power plant. The Company's business segments include Generation and Others. The Company's Other business includes providing consultancy, project management and supervision, re-gasification, oil and gas exploration and coal mining. The Company has an installed capacity of 47,178 megawatts (MW), including joint ventures (JVs) with over 18 coal-based, seven gas-based stations and one hydro -based station. The Company has approximately nine joint venture stations, which are coal-based. It also holds approximately nine renewable energy projects. The Company's subsidiaries include NTPC Electric Supply Company Limited, NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam Limited, Kanti Bijlee Utpadan Nigam Limited, Bhartiya Rail Bijlee Company Limited and Patratu Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Limited.
7, Institutional Area, Lodi Rd
Chairman of the Board, Managing Director
Anil Kumar Gautam
Chief Financial Officer, Director (Finance), Executive Director
Chief Executive Officer of NVVN, Executive Director of RE
Compliance Officer, Company Secretary
Dillip Kumar Patel
Executive Director, Director of Human Resources
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India's largest electricity generator NTPC Ltd said on Wednesday it would borrow 50 billion yen ($478 million) from Japanese banks to fund the installation of emission-cutting equipment and green energy projects.
India has asked at least eight state-run companies to consider share buybacks in the fiscal year that runs through March 2021, two government officials said, as New Delhi scours for ways of raising funds to rein in its fiscal deficit.
Indian government has asked at least eight state-run companies to consider share buybacks in the current fiscal year that runs through March, 2021, two government officials said.
India's top power utility NTPC Ltd has sought bids for procuring biomass pellets to fuel its thermal power plants, the government statement said on Sunday, in an effort to cut down air pollution from burning of crop residue.
India's top power utility NTPC Ltd aims to add more than 5 gigawatts (GW) of solar power in two years, its chairman Gurdeep Singh said on Tuesday.
Indian shares rose for a second straight session on Tuesday, led by state-run NTPC Ltd and index heavy-weight Reliance Industries Ltd .
* DUE TO COVID-19 IMPACT, FOR SHORT-TERM PERIOD DEMAND OF POWER IS EXPECTED TO BE LOWER
India's largest electricity generator NTPC Ltd <NTPC.NS> said it was interested in buying a majority stake in Reliance Group's power distribution assets in Delhi.
* Loans: Long-term deal is also Indian company's biggest offshore financing
- Note: Reuters has not verified this story and does not vouch for its accuracy
Top Indian electricity generator NTPC has rejected the emissions-cutting technology of GE and other foreign firms for its coal-fired plants, documents show, shutting them out of an estimated $2 billion in orders.
** Shares of NTPC Ltd gain as much as 2.72% to 145.2 rupees, their highest since Sept 18, 2018
** Shares of NTPC Ltd gain as much as 2.5% to 141.9 rupees, their highest since March 26
** Shares of power producer NTPC Ltd gain as much as 2.44% and cuts above a resistance at 135.89 rupees
Indian shares closed higher on Thursday, with NTPC Ltd and Yes Bank Ltd leading gains on the day of monthly derivatives contracts' expiry.
** Shares of power producer NTPC Ltd rise as much as 2.51 pct to 138.75 rupees, highest since Oct. 24, 2018
Indian power producer NTPC Ltd posted a 1 percent rise in December-quarter profit on Wednesday, missing estimate, as higher expenses weighed.
** Shares of power producer NTPC Ltd rise as much as 5.5 pct to 151.35 rupees, their highest since Nov 20
** Shares of power producer NTPC Ltd fall as much as 3.99 pct to 151.7 rupees, their lowest since July 26
Indian power producer NTPC Ltd reported a marginal fall in September-quarter profit on Friday, missing estimates, as higher expenses weighed.
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