Ntpc Introduction

Topics: Electricity generation, Coal, Nuclear power Pages: 7 (1275 words) Published: February 8, 2011

NTPC was incorporated on November 7, 1975 under the Companies Act as a private limited company under the name National Thermal Power Corporation Private Limited, and the word 'Private' was deleted on September30, 1976 consequent upon the notification issued by the Government of India exempting government companies from the use of word 'private' in their name. On September 30 1985, NTPC Company was converted from a private limited company into a public limited company. Subsequently, the name of NTPC was changed to its present name NTPC Limited and, a fresh certificate of incorporation was issued on

October 28, 2005. The name of NTPC was changed to reflect the
diversification of their business operations beyond thermal power
generation to include among others, generation of power from
hydro, nuclear and renewable energy sources and undertaking
coal mining and oil exploration activities.

In July 1976, the registered office of NTPC Ltd. was changed from
Shram Shakti Bhawan, New Delhi to Kailash Building, Kasturba Gandhi
Marg, New Delhi. Subsequently, in May 1979 the registered office of
NTPC Ltd. was shifted to NTPC Square, 62-63, Nehru Place, New
Delhi and thereafter in October 1988 to its present location for
administrative and operational efficiency.

It is India’s largest Power company. It generates enough electricity to run a lot of air conditioners. It is a state-run NTPC which generates almost 29% of India’s Power supply and has 22 coal and gas-fired plants and interests in four more through its SAIL power supply joint venture. The company’s plants(including joint ventures) have a combined capacity of more than 30240 MW and feed distribution grids throughout India. Its prices are determined by India’s Electricity Act. NTPC also offers global power consulting and engineering and construction services. India’s Government owns nearly 90% of NTPC. So it’s a total government. A Government company is to be known which has more than 51% of ownership by Government.



Total revenue in March 2010- 10717.70 million
Revenue growth in 1 year- 26.40%
Total number of Employees in 2009- 23,639


Chairman and Managing Director- Mr. R.S.Sharma
Director of Operations- Mr. Chandan Roy
Director of Finance- Mr. A.K.Singhal


Sector: Utilities
Industry: Electric Utilities


1. CESC Ltd.
2. GAIL India Ltd.
3. Reliance Infrastructures Ltd.


NTPC Bhawan, Scope Complex, 7, Institutional Area, Lodi Road
New Delhi-110003, India


NTPC has 15 Thermal Power Stations Located in:

1. Badarpur (Delhi),
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