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NTPC unit launches 50 MW Dayapar Wind Project

The project will bring NTPC Group’s overall capacity to 73,874 MW.

NTPC Renewable Energy Limited (NTPC REL), a renewable energy subsidiary of NTPC, has started operations of the 50 MW Dayapar Wind Project, the affiliate’s very first project.

Located in the district of Kachch, Gujarat, the project will also be the first renewable project to be registered under the new Indian Electricity Grid Code and General Network Access Regime.

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Aside from Dayapar, NTPC REL has lined up 15 projects under development, with all estimated to hold a capacity of 6,210 MW. The subsidiary is advancing its development of green hydrogen technologies, with a large capacity being developed in Ladakh.

Meanwhile, the Dayapar Wind Complex will bring 450 MW to NTPC’s wind power portfolio of 100 MW.

For its long-term growth and sustainability, NTPC aims to reach a 60 GW renewable energy capacity by 2032, with an operational pipeline of 20 GW + RE volume.

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