The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission on Tuesday stunned the markets with its draft norms on tariffs for the power sector, which will be applicable from FY15 till FY19. These norms seek to tighten operating norms for power producing and
NTPC, the largest power generating company in the country slumped over 10% on the bourses after Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) came out with a new set of draft regulations that plans to fix tariffs for the power sector for the next five
The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission(CERC) on Tuesday announced the draft norms on tariffs for the power sector which will be applicable between FY15 and FY19. Analysts say that these norms significantly tighten operating norms for power
The state government has instructed power trading company Gridco Ltd to engage an independent agency to find out power purchase rate from NTPC, which has demanded higher rate citing rising cost of generation due to use of imported coal.
State-owned power generator NTPC hopes its captive coal output would reach 100 million tonnes (mt) as soon as its 10 coal blocks start operations, aided by faster clearances and the part-privatisation model of mine development and operator (MDO).
Chart via ShutterstockPower generator NTPC Ltd is set to launch its Rs 1,750-crore tax-free bond issue on Tuesday. The proceeds would help fund its ongoing Rs 22,200 crore capital expenditure target for the current financial year, the firm said.
Major NTPC power plants situated in the state - Talcher Super Thermal Power Station (TSTPS) and Talcher Thermal Power Station (TTPS) - have reported limited coal supply and production curtailment due to the fuel supply issues, but are expecting that
The Dabhol power plant is so identified with its infamous parent, Enron, that many still recall how the then US Assistant Secretary Christina B Rocca said India's problems with foreign investment could be summed up in five letters: e-n-r-o-n.
At a time when the poor health of electricity distribution firms are raising concerns, NTPC chief Arup Roy Choudhury today said the problems with state electricity boards are more of "political and social" in nature.
Arup Roy Choudhury, CMD, NTPC has been given additional charge of chairman, Damodar Valley Corporation Ltd. w.e.f. from November 28, 2013 till appointment of a regular incumbent or until further orders.