State-owned energy big NTPC stated on Saturday that the put in capability of its group reached 73,874 MW after its arm started industrial operations of a 50 MW wind energy unit.
An organization assertion stated: “NTPC Renewable Power Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of NTPC, on November 4 introduced the industrial operation of its first 50 MW wind energy challenge on the Dayapar challenge in Gujarat, taking the group’s put in capability to 73,874. megawatts”.
This brings the entire renewable power operational capability of the NTPC Group to three,364 MW.
That is additionally the primary capability in India to be commercialized beneath the brand new IEGC code and GNA system.
NTPC REL was established as a wholly-owned subsidiary of NTPC on October 7, 2020 to speed up the addition of NTPC’s renewable power capability.
The Dayapar Wind challenge is NTPC REL’s first challenge, and aside from this, there are 15 different renewable power initiatives in varied levels of implementation, totaling 6,210 MW.
The Dayapar Wind Energy Park, when absolutely operational, can even add 450 MW to NTPC’s present wind energy portfolio of 100 MW.
Along with photo voltaic and wind power, NTPC REL is investing in inexperienced hydrogen applied sciences. Primarily based on the precept of inexperienced hydrogen storage and microgrid, it’s creating vital capability in Ladakh.
NGEL, one other wholly-owned subsidiary of NTPC, has commissioned 2,711 MW of renewable power capability and is establishing two photo voltaic initiatives, together with a 40 MW solar energy plant in Ayodhya, UP, and a hydrogen hub in Budmadaka, Andhra Pradesh.
As a part of its long-term development and sustainability plan, NTPC targets a renewable power capability of 60 GW by 2032 and has a pipeline of 20 GW+ renewable power capability.
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