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INTRODUCTION TO NTPC

NTPC: India s largest power company

Established on 7th

November 1975 to play a major role in the development of

Indian Power Sector: NTPC Limited is today India s largest power company with

an installed capacity of 31,704 MW Lighting up more than one fourth of India

through its 15 coal based 7 gas based and 5 joint venture projects, NTPC Limited

plans to become a 75,000 MW Company by the year 2017 with a vision to become a

world class integrated power major with increasing global presence. NTPC Ranked

No. 1 Independent Power Producer in Asia and 2nd

in the world in the Platts Top

250 Global Energy Company list for 2009. Ranked number ONE in the category the

'Best Workplaces for Large Organizations' and number tenth overall for the year

2009 by Great Places to Work Institute s India chapter in collaboration with

Economic Times.

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NTPC: At a Glance

Category

No. of stations

Capacity (MW)

Coal based station

15

24,885

Gas based station

7

3,955

Joint venture

5

2,864

Total

31,704

Details of power Stations(NTPC)

Project

State

Capacity(MW)

a. Coal Based

Singrauli

Uttar Pradesh

2000

Korba

Chhattisgarh

2100

Ramagundam

Andhra Pradesh

2600

Farakka

West Bengal

1600

Vindhyachal

Madhya Pradesh

3260

Rihand

Uttar Pradesh

2000

Kahalgaon

Bihar

2340

Dadri

Uttar Pradesh

1330

Talchar Kaniha

Orissa

3000

Unchahar

Uttar Pradesh

1050

Talchar Thermal

Orissa

460

Tanda

Uttar Pradesh

440

Simhadri

Andhra Pradesh

1000

Badarpur

Delhi

705

Sipat-II

Chhattisgarh

1000

Total

24885

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b. Gas Based

Anta

Rajsthan

413

Auraiya

Uttar Pradesh

652

Kawas

Gujrat

645

Dadri

Uttar Pradesh

817

Jhanor

Gujrat

648

Rajeev Gandhi(Kayamkula) Kerela

350

Faridabad

Haryana

430

Total

3955

c. Joint Venture

Roukela

Orissa

120

Durgapur

West Bengal

120

Bhilai

Chhattisgarh

574

Ratnagiri

Maharashtra

1940

Kanti

Bihar

110

Total

2864

Total Production(a+b+c)

31704

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Subsidiary companies of NTPC

NTPC Joint Ventures (15)

NTPC Joint Ventures (15)

GENERATION

ARAVALI POWER

COMPNAY PVT LTD

50%

NTPC TAMIL NADU

ENERGY COMPNAY LTD

50%

NABINAGAR POWER

GENERATING

COMPNAY LTD

50%

MEJA URJA NIGAM LTD

50%

NTPC SAIL POWER

COMPNAY PVT LTD

50%

RATNAGIRI GAS AND

POWER PVT LTD

29.65%

SERVICES

UTILITY

POWERTECH LTD

50%

NTPC ALSTOM

POWER SERVICES

PVT LTD

50%

NATIONAL HIGH

POWER TEST

LABORATORY PVT

LTD

25%

POWER

TRADING

PTC INDIA

LTD

5.28%

NATIONAL

POWER

EXCHNAGE

LTD

16.67%

EQUIPMENT

MANUFACTRUI

G

NTPC BHEL

POWER PROJECTS

PVT LTD

50%

BF NTPC ENERGY

SYSTEMS LTD

49%

COAL

ACQUISITION

INTERNATIONAL

COAL VENTURES

LTD

14.28%

NTPC SCCL

GLOBAL

VENTURES PVT

LTD

50%

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Electrifying performance

The company recorded a total generation of 218.84 Billion Units (Bus) showing an

increase of 6% over the pervious year s generation of 206.93 Bus with a share of

20% (Ines of JV company) in the total installed capacity of the country NTPC

generated 28.6% electricity during 09-10. Exceeded the MoU Excellent target of

217 BUs.

Vision

A world class integrated power major, powering India s Growth, with

increasing global presence.

Core Values

y Business ethics

y Customer focus

y Organizational & Professional Pride

y Mutual Respect and Trust

y Initiative and speed

y Total Quality for Excellence

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FINANCIAL FACTS >>>

100% realization of the billing for the seventh consecutive year.

Provisional and un-audited Net Sales of Rs. 46,504.47 crore during 2009-10

as against Rs. 41,791.30 crore registering an increase of 11.28%. The

provisional and un-audited Gross Revenue is Rs.49,478.86 crore during

2009-10 as against Rs.45,272.76 crore for the year 2008-09, an increase of

9.29%.

Provisional and un-audited Profit after tax for the year 2009-10 is

Rs.8,656.53 crore as compared to Rs.8,201.30 crore during the year 2008-09,

an increase of 5.55%.

Highest interim dividend @ 30% amounting to Rs. 2,473.64 crore paid

during the year.

Capital Expenditure of Rs. 10,137.18 crore during 2009-10; NTPC Group s

capital expenditure was Rs. 14,002.11 crore.

Approved outlay for 2010-11 for NTPC s capital schemes is Rs.22,350 crore;

for NTPC Group the outlay is around Rs.29,104.06 crore.

Contributed Rs.3,260.21 crore to exchequer on account of Corporate tax,

Dividend and tax thereon and wealth tax.

Shareholder Wealth

Third largest market capitalization of over Rs.1,70,000 crore as on 31-03-2010.

Growing Stature

Recommended for Maharatna status.

EXCELLENT rating under Government of India MoU for the year 2008-09.

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Bulk Tendering

Tendering undertaken for 11 units of 660 MW (including 2 units for DVC).

Rural Electrification

Under Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana, NTPC Electric Supply Company

Ltd (NESCL) completed electrification of 8017 villages and provided 8.65 Lakhs

BPL connections, thereby exceeding GoI target of electrification of 7500 villages

and 8.5 Lakhs BPL connections.

Commonwealth Games

Official Power Partner of Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games.

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Further Public Offer

Government shareholding in NTPC reduced from 89.5% to 84.5% through

divestment of Government stake by 5% under Further Public Offer (FPO).

Accolades

Top six out of eight National Awards for Meritorious Performance of

Thermal Power Stations for 2008-09 instituted by the Government of India

won by NTPC coal stations.

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Simhadri

1000 MW

Gold Shield

Korba

2100 MW

Silver Shield

Ramagundam

2600 MW

Silver Shield

Dadri (coal)

840 MW

Bronze Shield

Rihand

2000 MW

Bronze Shield

Vindhyachal

3260 MW

Bronze Shield

No. 1 Independent Power Producer in Asia and 2nd globally in the Platts Top

250 Global Energy Company Rankings 2009

THE GROWTH STORY >>>

Installed capacity reaches 31,704 MW (including 2864 MW under JVs).

All time highest single day generation of 684.55 MUs from all NTPC stations

on 31st March, 2010

17,830 MW under construction at 17 locations. .

Project (Fuel) , State

Capacity

Sipat-I (Coal), Chhattisgarh

1980

Barh I (Coal), Bihar

1980

17

Korba-III (Coal), Chhattisgarh

500

Dadri-II (Coal)-Unit # 2, U.P.

490

Farakka-III (Coal), West Bengal

500

Simhadri-II (Coal), Andhra Pradesh

1000

Indira Gandhi STPP - JV With HPGCL & IPGCL (Coal),

Haryana

1500

Vallur (Phase -I & Phase II) (Coal) - JV With TNEB,

Tamil Nadu

1500

Nabinagar-JV With Railways (Coal), Bihar

1000

Bongaigaon (Coal), Assam

750

Mauda-I (Coal), Maharashtra

1000

Barh-II (Coal), Bihar

1320

Rihand-III (Coal), UP

1000

Vindhyachal-IV (Coal), MP

1000

Muzaffarpur-II (Coal), JV With BSEB, Bihar

390

Koldam (Hydro), H.P

800

Loharinag Pala ( Hydro ), Uttaranchal*

600

Tapovan Vishnugad ( Hydro ), Uttaranchal

520

Total

17,830 MW

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Capacity Addition in 2009-2010 (1560 MW)

Planned Capacity Addition in 2010-2011 (4150 MW)

Project/ Unit

Capacity (MW)

NTPC owned

Kahalgaon Stage-II

500

Dadri Stage-II, Unit # 5

490

Under JVs

RGPPL Block- I

640

Less on account of overall de-rating of RGPPL (-)180

Kanti Stage-I

110*

Net addition

1560

Project/ Unit

Capacity (MW)

Sipat Stage-I, Unit-1

660

Jhajjar, Unit-1 & 2

1000

Korba Stage III, Unit-7

500

NCTPP Stage II, Unit-6

490

Simhadri, Stage-II, Unit-3 & 4

1000

Farakka, Stage-III, Unit-6

500

Total

4150

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Future Capacity Under Different Stages

Projects for which bids invited

7092 MW

Projects for which FR approved

4345 MW

Projects for which FR prepared/under preparation

~15,000 MW

Growth in Commercial Capacity

1490 MW declared commercial (including 500 MW under JV).

New national benchmark: Dadri Unit-5 (490 MW) begins commercial

operation in 39 months from zero date.

Generation

Impressive Growth Rate

Generation increased by nearly 6% to 218.84 BUs compared to 3% generation

growth achieved in 2008-09; Exceeded the MoU Excellent target of 217 BUs.

170.88

188.67

200.86

206.93

218.84

2005-06

2006-07

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

Generation (BUs)

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Sustaining Market Leadership

Contributed 28.6% of total electricity generated in the country

Total electricity available in the country

771.17 BUs

Electricity import from Bhutan

5.34 BUs

Total Electricity Generation in the Country

765.83 BUs

Total Generation from NTPC Units

218.84 BUs

NTPC share in total electricity generation in the country

28.6%

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World Class Capacity Utilization

With 90.81% Plant Load Factor (PLF) during 2009-10 (National PLF

77.48%), coal stations achieved PLF of more than 90% for third consecutive

year.

Six coal stations achieved PLF of more than 95%.

Dadri (Coal) Stage I (4X210 MW) achieved highest ever PLF of 100.59 %.

Sixteen units recorded more than 100% PLF.

Seven NTPC coal stations figure among the top 10 stations in the country in

terms of PLF.

Highest ever PLF of gas stations at 78.38% (previous year PLF 67.01%).

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Augmenting Fuel Security

Model Coal Supply Agreement signed with Coal India Ltd (CIL) for supply of

coal to NTPC stations for 20 years.

Gas supplies increase to 13.88 MMSCMD (up 29% over previous year).

Long term contract for supply of RLNG of 2.0 MMSCMD on firm basis and 0.5

MMSCMD on fallback basis signed with GAIL for 10 years.

Under NELP VIII, NTPC has been allotted one block at Cambay basin as a

sole operator and three blocks as a member of consortiums.

Coal Mine Development

Working on captive coal mines with target of 47 MTPA by 2017 from the 6 blocks

allotted.

More than 6735 acres of Land in Pakri Barwadih and about 1594 acres of land in

Chatti Bariatu coal block have been acquired and land acquisition for Dulanga and

Talaipalli are in progress.

Rehabilitation Action Plan (RAP) has been approved by NTPC Board for Pakri

Barwadih, Chatti Bariatu and Kerandari.

Mining Plan approved for Dulanga (7 MTPA) and Talaipalli (18 MTPA).

JV agreement has been signed with CIL for development, operation and

maintenance of Coal Blocks and Integrated Power Projects.

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Coal Block Acquisition Abroad

Due diligence for acquisition of stakes in two coal mines in Indonesia is

under progress and consultant appointed for carrying out due diligence for

one coal block in Mozambique.

International Coal Ventures Ltd (ICVL) has been incorporated on 20.05.2009

as a JV company of NTPC, RINL, SAIL, NMDC and CIL for sourcing coking and

thermal coal from overseas countries like Australia, Mozambique, Canada,

Indonesia and USA. ICVL is pursuing 3 thermal coal opportunities in

Indonesia, Australia and South Africa.

Getting into Nuclear

JV agreement is expected to be signed shortly with Nuclear Power Corporation of

India Limited (NPCIL). Approval has been obtained from Department of Atomic

Energy (DAE).

Focus on Renewables

By 2017, NTPC plans to have at least 1000 MW through renewable energy

resources such as wind, hydro, solar, biomass and geo-thermal.

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Long Term Corporate Plan upto 2032

Finalizing the Long Term Corporate Plan of NTPC to set the goals and directions

for a period of 2032 with a view to positioning NTPC as the world s largest and

best power producer.

Technology Roadmap upto 2032

Chalking out a long term technology roadmap upto 2032 which involves

development, adoption and promotion of safe, efficient and clean technologies for

entire value chain of power generation business.

ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT

NTPC has adopted advanced and high efficiency technologies such as super

critical boilers for the up-coming greenfield projects (e.g Barh, Sipat etc).

Out of total coal based capacities to be developed during 12th plan period,

over 90% will be based on supercritical technologies.

In addition to adopting advanced and high efficiency technologies, NTPC has

been pursuing the objective of sustainable power development with

following initiatives:

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CO2 measurement systems are being installed at all our stations in the

chimney stacks.

61 Ambient Air Quality Monitoring System (AAQMS) installed in all

NTPC stations.

Installed Bio methanation Plant at Faridabad.

Creation of green wealth of more than 18.80 million trees.

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