On 30 April 2016NTPC announced that 200 MW out of 250 MW of Stage-I Ananthapuramu Ultra Mega Solar Power Project has been synchronized on 30 April 2016. With this, the total capacity of non-conventional energy projects of NTPC has become 310 MW.
Further, in continuation to the Company's disclosure dated 16 October 2015, Government of Jharkhand has notified 'PTPS Transfer Scheme, 2015' on 01 April 2016 transferring specified assets of Patratu Thermal Power Station to PUVNL, a subsidiary Company of NTPC, resulting in addition of 325 MW to NTPC's Group capacity.
Consequently, the total commissioned capacity of NTPC and NTPC group has become 40212 MW and 47178 MW respectively.
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