India’s largest power generator’s total installed capacity has increased to 48,028 Megawatt with commissioning of its 800 MW unit at Kudgi Super Thermal Power Station in Karnataka.
In a statement today, NTPC said this is the first 800 MW unit commissioned by NTPC.
The Kudgi power plant will have a total capacity of 4,000 MW comprising three units of 800 MW in the first stage and two units of 800 MW in the second stage.
As on today, NTPC has 19 coal-based, seven gas-based, nine solar, one hydro and nine subsidiaries or joint venture power stations.
NTPC said it has capacity of over 23,000 MW under implementation at 23 locations across the country including 4,300 MW being undertaken by joint venture and subsidiary companies.
The company further said it has a vision to be the world’s leading power company, energizing India’s growth and plans to become 130 Gigawatt company by 2032. Jordan Reed JerseyShare This