NTPC In Demand As A Power Unit Starts Commercial Operation

The announcement was made during trading hours today, September 16, 2011.

Meanwhile, the BSE Sensex up 126.32 points, or 0.75%, to 17,002.86.

BSE, 1.41 shares were traded on the counter lakh against a daily average of 2.24 shares lakh in the past quarter.

In stock has reached a level of Rs 168.50 and low of Rs 165.15 so far during the day. In stock had hit a low of Rs 160.10 52 week 12 September 2011. In stock had hit a high of Rs 222.20 52 week October 4, 2010.

Stock market was weaker than the last months to September 15, 2011, sliding 6.25% compared to the Sensex gain of 0.22%. Stock exchange market was also weaker in the fourth quarter, compared to 7.39% 6.93% decline in Sensex.

India’s largest firm capacity power generation has a capital of Rs 8245.46 crore. The nominal value per share is Rs 10th

With the start of operations of the unit is the commercial capacity Simhadri super thermal power project of 1500 megawatts (MW) and that of NTPC is 30,330 MW, NTPC said in a statement.

NTPC net profit rose 12.7% to Rs 2075.78 crore on 9.5% rise in revenue to the RS 14,171.49 crore in the first quarter, in June 2011 at the First District in June 2010.

State NTPC has set a goal of having a production capacity of 1, 28,000 MW in 2032. The ability to be a mixture of different fuels, including coal 56%, 16% gas, 11% nuclear and 17% of renewable energy sources (RES) including hydropower. In 2032, non-fossil fuel generation capacity based on nearly 28% of the portfolio of NTPC.


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