NTPC Leads the Way in Sustainable Energy with Biomass Co-firing
The state-owned power utility is employing pellets made from agro-residue in its coal-fired power plants across the country.
November 18, 2023. By News Bureau
The state-owned power utility is employing pellets made from agro-residue in its coal-fired power plants across the country. This innovative strategy not only reduces coal consumption but also addresses the critical issues of carbon emissions and crop residue burning.
By successfully implementing biomass co-firing, NTPC sets a precedent for the industry, paving the way for broader adoption of this eco-friendly technology. The potential benefits of this approach are vast, encompassing environmental protection, economic empowerment, and the advancement of renewable energy integration.
The use of agro-residue-based biofuel not only curtails coal usage and mitigates harmful carbon emissions but also discourages the burning of crop residue, a prevalent issue contributing to air pollution and environmental degradation.
As NTPC continues to expand its biomass co-firing initiatives, the company is poised to play a pivotal role in shaping a cleaner and more sustainable energy future for India.
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