NTPC’s installed capacity touches 58,816 MW

Chandrapur: Smoke billows out of one of the cooling towers after a fire broke out at a thermal power plant in Chanda of Maharashtra’s Chandrapur district (some 200 km away from Nagpur) on Feb 9, 2015. (Photo: IANS)

New Delhi, March 25 (IANS) With the commissioning of second unit of 660 MW at Khargone Super Thermal Power Project in Madhya Pradesh, the total installed capacity of NTPC Ltd increased to 58,816 MW, India’s largest power generator announced on Wednesday.

With this, the total installed capacity of Khargone Super Thermal Power Project, NTPC and NTPC group has become 1,320 MW, 50,355 MW and 58,816 MW respectively.

The present installed capacity of NTPC group comprises 55 NTPC Stations i.e. 24 Coal based, seven combined cycle gas/liquid fuel, two Hydro, one Wind, 11 solar PV projects and 10 Joint Venture stations.

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