The latest capacity additions are 250 MW unit of Barauni Thermal Power Station Stage-II (2 x 250 MW) and 800 MW unit of Darlipalli Super Thermal Power Station Stage-I (2 x 800 MW) with effect from March 1, 2020
March 03, 2020. By News Bureau
NTPC has announced that the company - comprising its joint venture and arms - has accomplished its yearly commercial capacity addition target of 5,290 MW for 2019-20. This is also the prevalent ever commercial capacity addition for the group in a solitary year, NTPC said in a declaration.
The latest capacity additions are 250 MW unit of Barauni Thermal Power Station Stage-II (2 x 250 MW) and 800 MW unit of Darlipalli Super Thermal Power Station Stage-I (2 x 800 MW) with effect from March 1, 2020.
In the present fiscal, NTPC has added commercial capacity at Gadarwara (800 MW), Lara (800 MW), Tanda (660 MW), Khargone (660 MW), Barauni (250 MW) and Darlipalli (800 MW) plants.
These additions add to a total of 3,970 MW of commercial capacity addition on a standalone basis for the NTPC.
Additionally, the plants under JVs and subsidiaries of the NTPC added 1,320 MW capacity (Meja-660 MW and Nabinagar- 660 MW) in the current fiscal, thereby taking the overall commercial capacity addition to 5,290 MW in FY 2019-20.
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