NTPC preparing for the electricity generation as power demand increases

NTPC said the increasing 2.7 Lakh MT imported coal left out from the contracts that were placed earlier

 

NTPC, the energy giant said that it has prepared to meet the increasing power demand across India on Monday.

 

The energy conglomerate said that the nation is witnessing an intense surge in power demand and the corporation is making all its efforts for meeting the demand as per the grid requirement.

 

The country's largest power utility had said, “NTPC has geared up to meet the increasing demand and the generation from NTPC group stations have registered a 23 per cent growth compared to the previous year.”

 

The energy giant had added that under pliable utilisation of coal policy, NTPC is arranging coal at the stations where the stock position is in a critical stage.

 

The energy conglomerate had said that they are continuously coordinating with Coal India and Indian Railways for expand the coal supply at critical stations and diverting rakes wherever required.

 

The power corporation has also said that the increasing 2.7 Lakh MT imported coal left out from the contracts that were placed earlier.

 

Apart from this, the giant power utility had cited that Darlipalli Unit-2 (800 MW) was put in operation and commercial operation of the unit which will begin from September 1.

 

Moreover, it has surged coal production from all of its captive mines.

NTPC, the energy giant said that it has prepared to meet the increasing power demand across India on Monday.

 

The energy conglomerate said that the nation is witnessing an intense surge in power demand and the corporation is making all its efforts for meeting the demand as per the grid requirement.

 

The country's largest power utility had said, “NTPC has geared up to meet the increasing demand and the generation from NTPC group stations have registered a 23 per cent growth compared to the previous year.”

 

The energy giant had added that under pliable utilisation of coal policy, NTPC is arranging coal at the stations where the stock position is in a critical stage.

 

The energy conglomerate had said that they are continuously coordinating with Coal India and Indian Railways for expand the coal supply at critical stations and diverting rakes wherever required.

 

The power corporation has also said that the increasing 2.7 Lakh MT imported coal left out from the contracts that were placed earlier.

 

Apart from this, the giant power utility had cited that Darlipalli Unit-2 (800 MW) was put in operation and commercial operation of the unit which will begin from September 1.

 

Moreover, it has surged coal production from all of its captive mines.

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