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NTPC’s installed capacity exceeds 73,000MW

This came following the operation of the Unit-2 of the Barh Super Thermal plant.

The installed capacity of India-based integrated power producer NTPC Group has surpassed 73,000 megawatts (MW).

In a statement, NTPC said the commissioning of the Unit-2 of the 660MW of Stage-I (3 x 660MW) of the Barh Super Thermal Power Project in Bihar brings its total capacity to 73,024MW.

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The company aims to reach 60,000MW of renewable energy capacity by 2032.

“This accomplishment reinforces NTPC’s commitment to delivering reliable and affordable power to the Nation,” the company said.

 

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