NTPC Limited continues to demonstrate operational excellence with an increasing trend in coal production from its captive mines. NTPC has produced 7.36 MMT of coal during the period from April 2022 to August 2022, recording a strong growth of 62% compared to the 4.55 MMT achieved during the same period last year.
With meticulous planning, resource mobilization and regular monitoring, NTPC has achieved substantial growth even during the monsoon period so far and is hopeful of sustaining growth that will help ensure uninterrupted, reliable power generation. and affordable.
Additionally, NTPC has shipped 7.52 MMT of coal from its captive mines compared to 5.47 MMT of coal shipped during the same period last year, posting a 37% growth.
NTPC has taken several steps to increase coal production from its coal mines. The hiring of high-capacity dumpers, as well as an increase in the size of the existing fleet of excavators, has allowed operating mines to increase their production.
With meticulous planning, resource mobilization and regular monitoring, NTPC could achieve substantial growth even during the monsoon period so far, and hopes to maintain similar growth, he added.
NTPC’s captive mines
Coal dispatch from NTPC’s captive mines has been 7.52 MMT against 5.47 MMT in FY22 for the same period (April to August) registering a growth of 37 per cent, the PTI report added.
The NTPC has taken several steps to increase coal output from its coal mines. The hiring of high-capacity dump trucks, as well as an increase in the size of the existing excavator fleet, has allowed operating mines to increase their production, he said.
NTPC limited. (formerly known as National Thermal Power Corporation Limited), is an Indian public sector company, engaged in the business of electricity generation and related activities. It is a company incorporated under the Companies Act, 1956 and is promoted by the Government of India.
The company headquarters is located in New Delhi. NTPC’s core business is the generation and sale of electricity to state-owned power distribution companies and state electricity boards in India.
The company also performs consulting contracts and turnkey projects involving engineering, project management, construction and operation management, and power plant management.
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