National Thermal Power Corporation Limited NTPC India’s Largest Power Utility
Chhattisgarh is India’s youngest and the fastest growing state. The state is rich in mineral resources. It has immense potential to meet the industrial demands with the help of the abundant resources.
National Thermal Power Corporation is India’s largest power utility and the sixth largest thermal power generator in the world. The company’s largest plant is situated at Korba, Chhattisgarh which is having an installed capacity of 2100 MW. Korba Super Thermal Power Plant is located at Jamanipali in Korba district. Kusmundha and Gevra Mines are the two places from which the plant receives the coal resources.The power plant receives the water from Hasdeo River. The power plant is one of the Coal based power plants of NTPC.
NTPC National Thermal Power Corporation implemented India’s largest coal based electricity plant at Sipat in Chhattisgarh with installed capacity of 2,980 MW. In 2012,NTPC Ltd increased the installed capacity by commissioning a Super Critical Unit 2 of 660 MW of NTPC – Sipat Super Thermal Power Project situated in Chhattisgarh. This is the second unit of national thermal power corporation which is utilizing the super critical thermal power technology. These are super beneficial as these stations are eco-friendly,consume less coal and highly efficient also.
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