NTPC Limited

Investor Presentation
August 2014

To be the world’s largest and best power producer, powering India’s growth


be the world’s largest and best power producer,
Develop and provide reliable
power, related India’s
products and
services at competitive prices, integrating
multiple energy sources with innovative and eco friendly technologies and contribute to society

Core Values



About NTPC

Recent Financial Highlights

Opportunities and Sectoral Growth Drivers

Competitive Position

Risks and Mitigants

Growth and Capex Plans

Sustainability Initiatives


As of July 31, 2014 total installed power generation
capacity of 43,128MW* (including 6,001 MW* through
other group companies) 
22,414 MW of capacity, under construction

1. Power

1st Hydro project to be commissioned by the end of current
financial year 
Solar PV capacity to cross 100 MW by year end
-95 MW commissioned, 15 MW under construction 
Global footprint in Sri Lanka and Bangladesh through
JVs, contributed seed capital to both international JVs 

Incorporated as a Government company in 1975; amongst 7
Maharatna GoI companies, empowered to make its own investment
NTPC Group accounts for 17.7% of India’s total installed capacity
and 25.9% of All India Thermal Capacity as on 31.03.2014
1835 MW capacity Commissioned during FY14
2675 MW capacity declared commercial during FY14 
NTPC (Stand-alone) generation 233.28 BU and group generation
250.626 BU in FY14 
Achieved a Coal PAF of 91.79% in FY 14 against 87.63% in FY13 
Achieved a Coal PLF of 84.29% in Q1FY 15 against 79.12% in Q1FY14 
Ranked as the No.1 IPP and Energy Trader Globally by Platts 2013

2. Power

Subsidiary NVVN is the prominent power trader in
India-traded 9.322 Bus in last fiscal 
Also appointed for power supply to Bangladesh and
nodal agency for trading power with Bhutan 
10 coal mining blocks allotted by GoI, work under
progress for 5 coal blocks

3. Mining and 
Production potential of ~100 MTPA from coal
mines, Total Geological Reserves of over 5 billion tons
Awarded oil exploration blocks 

Ranked 424th largest company in the world in the Forbes Global 2000 list
Long term corporate plan of having 128 GW of Installed Capacity by
Balance Sheet

Consol Stand-alone




Total Debt






Cash & Bank Bal. 17,051





Net Debt


4. Manufacturing 3 JVs for manufacturing power equipmentsPower Equipment
castings, forgings, high voltage equipment and BoP

5. Others 

Electricity distribution business through its subsidiary
Consultancy services to State Electricity Boards, state
generating companies and other private companies

NTPC Group has 21 JVs and 4 Subsidiary Companies
*capacity of gas stations based on rated operating capacity

(Rs. Crore)

FY14 Key Financials
Consol Stand-alone

I & Insurance
co.), 11.62%




GoI, 74.96%
Shareholding pattern as on 30th June 2014


excludes certain capacity for which PLF has not been captured by the report. approx.NTPC ….11 62. THE LONE STAR PERFORMER on 31.3 times NTPC's Thermal Capacity PLF (%) 2013-14 14 Thermal Capacity (MW) as Private 84% of total central sector's thermal Gen. NTPC’s capacity and generation includes captive 277 60-80% 80-85% >85% Entire private sector’s generation is lower than that of NTPC’s despite 1. 5 .2014 CENTRE STATE 54286 43033 52991 81% of total central sector's thermal capacity 60979 NTPC has made the single largest thermal capacity addition in the country during the first two years of 12th Plan. The average PLF of private sector is 19 ppt lower than NTPC’s average PLF for 2013-14. more than entire Pvt. 68% of NTPC’s total commercial coal capacity operated at a PLF of more than 80% and only ~10% less than 60%. Note : PLF figures represent coal PLF. put together 299 10% 251 216 23% 28% 40% 48 0-60% 2013-14 Thermal Generation (BUs) NTPC* Private sector thermal capacity 1. 81.06 NTPC’s Thermal gen. Sector thermal gen.50 76.. During 2013-14. *NTPC Group .14 NTPC sustains its leadership position in past 2 decades Contributes to 81% of central installed capacity and 84% to corresponding generation 9958 59.03.3x capacity Source: CEA “Energywise Performance Status”.

863 19.1 3.2014 FY14 Assets Tata Power Adani Power JSW Energy 98.03.717 43.1 Share of Installed Capacity (as on 31st March 2014) 18% 82% 179554 FY14 EBITDA NTPC’s share in all India Capacity and Generation 20453 20736 30539 192 2947 38779 19244 4129 Rest of India 199921 MW NTPC (Group) 43108 MW* 2268 Capacity Addition Pace Next 10 GW to be in 4 Years Next 10 GW in 4 Years 43039 43019 41184 30144 29144 20249 10125 200 19675 Next 10 GW in 11 Years First 10 GW in 15 Years Share of Electricity Generated (for FY 2013-14) 51242 Next 10 GW in 7 Years 26% 74% Rest of India 716.03.52 BUs NTPC (Group) 250.63 BUs Accelerated pace of project execution 6 .958 9.56 7.MARKET LEADER Financial & Physical Dominance Reliance Power Rs Crore Market Cap as on 31.664 23.2014 Installed Capacity(GW) as on 31.9 3.036 13.8 8.

14367 crore)  70 MW of Solar PV (Rs. 3363 crore)  1600 MW Daralipali STPP (Rs.  Planned to award 5000 MW in FY14  Investment Approval of 4150 MW (Rs. 1.464 crore* during FY12 to FY14 *NTPC Group 7 .30756 crore): 4  500 MW Unchahar STPP (Rs.79% 2  Commissioning of 1875 MW capacity  1835 MW commissioned 3  Capex (standalone) Target of Rs. coal will be arranged through short term measures 6 Awarded investment approval to projects worth Rs.20200 crore in FY14  Capex incurred Rs.16. mining to start in FY15-16  Fuel Supply Agreement for all new capacities  FSAs signed for all commissioned capacities except for Barh II where coal to be supplied from captive mines. Pending start of mines.WHAT WE PROMISED … IS WHAT WE DELIVERED IN FY14 Actual Performance Against Commitments Made to Investors for FY14 Performance Guidance 1  Target PAF (Coal)(FY14) : 89%+  PAF (Coal) 91. 21797 crore.12532 crore)  1980 MW at North Karanpura STPP (Rs.494 crore) 5  Starting of mining  Local law and order problem has become impediment but Management committed to deliver.

customers.2014 (Source : CEA Report) Average Debtor Days* DVC NHPC 35 NLC Inspite of largest billing size of NTPC. same/similar external environment .UNPARALLELED COLLECTION EFFICIENCY Outstanding dues of power utilities (principal and surcharge) payable to Central Public Sector Undertakings (CPSUs) as on 30. NPCIL NEEPCO THDC PGCIL 30 26 NHDC 2011-12 BBMB 2012-13 2013-14 SJVNL NTPC has 0 dues* NTPC 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000 Rs.04. tripartite agreements collection efficiency remains high. crore Payment Security Mechanisms DVC NHPC NLC NPCIL NEEPCO PGCIL SJVNL THDC BBMB :Damodar Valley Corporation . :National Hydro Power Corporation :Nyveli Lignite Corporation : Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd. :North Eastern Electric Power Corporation Ltd :Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd :Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam Ltd :Tehri Hydro Development Corporation :Bhakra Beas Management Board Rebate Schemes 100% collection efficiency 11th year in succession in FY14 *excluding unbilled revenue and net of provisions for doubtful debts *outstanding for a period higher than 90 days 8 .

127 86.340MW) (413MW) Barh 3. of Plants Capacity (MW)1 % Share 17 33.07.001 13.760MW) Rourkela NKP 1980MW (648MW) Rajgarh Solar PV Durgapur 50 MW Korba(2.600MW)(120MW) Daralipali (120MW) Gadarwara (1600 MW) (1600MW) Bhilai Talcher Kaniha Mouda (2.017 9. As of July 31.320MW) 574MW Kawas (3.500MW) Unchahar (1.NTPC GROUP: PAN INDIA PRESENCE Geographical Spread of NTPC Group Capacity (As on 31.000MW + 1980 MW) Kahalgaon (2.000MW) Kudgi (2.600MW) + (10MW solar) NCR 15% Southern Region 15% NR 15% Total: 43.940MW) Simhadri (2.967 4.000MW) + 10MW Solar Sipat 2.550MW) &(10 MW Solar) Auraiya (652MW) Tanda (440MW) Kanti (610MW) Bongaigaon (750MW) Anta Nabinagar(1.35% Gas 1 1.91% 38 43.22% 31 37.500MW) Kayamkulam (350MW) Sub-total Owned by JVs and Subs Map not to scale.2014) Koldam (800MW) Western Region 33% Dadri (817MW) Dadri SolarPV (5MW) Faridabad (430MW +5MW Solar) Lata Tapovan (171MW) Tapovan Vishnugad (520MW) Badarpur (705MW) NCTPP (1.56% Sub-total 7 6.000MW Vindhyachal (4.320MW) Singrauli (2.31% Solar 7 95 0.00% Fuel Mix NTPC Owned Coal A&N Solar PV (5MW) Vallur (1.100MW Gandhar Rihand 3.980MW (645MW) Lara 1.55% Gas/Liquid Fuel 7 4.300MW Meja (1. Includes capacity of under construction plants Coal Power Station Ongoing Hydro Power Projects Ongoing Thermal Projects Solar PV Gas Power Stations NTPC Group currently has projects across 20 Indian States including coal mining projects Total1 1.400MW) Eastern Region 22% No. 2014 9 .034 9.128MW Ratnagiri (1.015 76.600MW Talcher Thermal (460MW) Solapur Ramagundam (1.320MW) (2.09% Coal 6 4.128 100.023MW) Farakka 2.820MW) Jhajjar (1.


14 16.89 166.89% 2.83 +9.47 942.24 106.20 2.74 100.12% Other Income Cash & Bank Balance 13.72 18.283.89 166.85 +15.391.57% Total Revenue Other Assets 27.765.425.43 -33.08% 2.983.53 Total Debt 68.43% Earnings Highlights Key Balance Sheet Highlights Fixed Assets incl.12 23.84% 548.139.00 +15.914.863.932.53% +8.26 +11.127.93 -21.06 -12.51 10.79 +2.606.63 27.) 2527 934.482.983.13 9.527.32 +10.83 +9.115. CWIP Quarter Ended Net Worth 88.FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Q1/FY15 (UNAUDITED) Position Statement Q1FY15 Quarter Ended Income Statement Q1FY15 Q1/FY15 Q1FY14 % change 128.31% 18.64 3.39 696.29% Total of Liabilities 182.03 110.885.694.74 Other Financial Highlights EPS (Rs.622.06 82.41 -1.51% Fuel Cost +6.51% Finance Cost Profit Before Tax Q-o-Q Revenue and PAT Total Revenue Tax Expense Profit After Tax 21638 19554 17059 16391 Rs Crore PAT 18885 2493 3094 2861 Q2/FY14 Q3/FY14 Q4/FY14 All financial figures in Rs.89% 2201 Book Value Per Share (Rs.91 948.18% 2.07 +16.370.451.929.15% Q1/FY15 11 .20% Generation & Other Costs 1.33 +18.118.75 15.71 60.15 +16.02 -12.67 3.97% Expenses 182.011.950.15% Employee benefit exp Total Assets Q1/FY15 Q1/FY14 % change 18. Crore except where specified 617.465.859.56 +6.44 924.336.201.98 +13.41 -91.87% Depreciation 1.863.37% Other Liabilities 26.83% 82.75 1005.04 -25.83 +35.22% 12.49% Revenue from Operation Investments 12.) Q1/FY14 667.283.

80% 4.95 as on 31.732. RoCE.46 Price/Book at year end* - *Based on year end share price of Rs.52% 15.82 68.56% Key Balance Sheet Highlights Capex Growth 25000 20000 15000 10000 5000 0 Total Assets Capital WIP+ cap adv Investments (non-current) 12. Crore except where specified RoNW.92 16.904.63 -16.707.73 17.387.95 14.137.46 +11.13% Year end Cash Balance 15.44% 53.Thousands crore 100 FY10 FY11 FY13 FY14 FY12 Year 50 21% CAGR Fixed Assets Incl CWIP Investment in JV Subs FY13 %Change Key P&L Highlights 75 25 FY14 Cash & Bank Total Revenue 74.75 5.75 and Rs.) 20 Dividend per Share (Rs.2013 respectively 12 . crore 17% CAGR Rs.554.815.578.) 13.70 -9.49 +6.2014 and 31.13% Profit After Tax 10.75% Total Debt 67.31 15.73 +21.76% 5.50% Profit Before Tax 13.03.72 % Book Value Per Share (Rs.119.30 +15.855.926 15.35 16.495.23 8728 9103 9224 10000 5000 RoCE 19.39 -13.53% 21.619.22 58.18 15.FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS 2013-14 (AUDITED) Assets Growth 125 Financial Year 2014 Rs.170.65 16.03% 179.867.467 FY10 FY11 19.) 15.51 +6.956 10.974.116.88 13.3 -13.74 12.61 44.120.81 +8.17 +1.Return on Net Worth.01% Dividend yield at year end* 4.08 97.797 FY14 Other Highlights Margin Growth Operating Cash Flows PAT RoNW 15000 16.30 14.00% EPS (Rs.90 FY11 FY12 FY13 All financial figures in Rs.18 161.75 0.311.141.64 -11.Return on Capital Employed FY14 104.23% Net worth 85.05% +75bps 1.37 12619 10 10975 0 0 FY10 8.994 FY12 FY13 9.036.37 16.97 14.532.03.15 1.146.32 80.

830 15.78 22.533 67.892 43.050 10.648 3.61 11% High Dividend payouts Dividend Payout (2013-14): 50.0% 40.121 85.133 3.279 74.5% 57.046 9.738 0.224 9.0% 38.212 62.905 16.728 3.619 4.546 57.188 63.69 19.885 9.5% .72 19. crore 2013-14 2012-13 20.956 14.53% of Net Profit 60% 50% 3.146 87.000 8.584 73.140 0.133 CAGR 9% 6% 6% 11% 117.437 37.975 12.291 50.086 9.826 40% 41% 40% 35% 38.966 0.KEY 5 YEAR FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Rs.0% 5.523 1000 30% 0 2009-10 Dividend incl Tax 2010-11 2011-12 Dividend % (of paid up capital) Paying dividend for last 21 years 2012-13 2013-14 Dividend Payout including Tax 13 *including proposed dividend 2013-14 of 17.388 58.103 8.797 17% -8% 8% 15% 25.326 12.138 80.331 0.64 17.731 10.5%* 6000 5000 4000 51% 44% 3000 2000 Rs.815 67.741 Particulars EBITDA Profit before tax Profit after tax Dividend Total Fixed Assets (Net block) Investments (Non-current) Net-worth Total Debt Value added Debt to equity(times) 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 16.641 12.579 10.999 0.216 13.741 4.661 45% 42% 3. crore 55% 5.453 20.459 11.298 3.170 100.


GoI Economic Survey. lagging Brazil and China by ~3:1  Per capita consumption c.5% 8.5% 998 911 937 857 FY 13 1002 960 FY 14 1403 1 FY 17 Supply 8.47.323 crore are planned in 12th plan1 15 . Report on financing of infrastructure – Planning commission.KH.USE.1% FY 12 Demand 10.29% of the world average  Massive investments of Rs.17. 2.5% Energy Deficit Scenario (BU) 777 691 831 747 862 811 FY 09 FY 10 FY 11 % Energy Deficit 11.9% 12.POWER DEMAND SUPPLY Peak Power Supply Position (GW) 91 109 97 110 104 119 110 122 116 130 123 135 130 136 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10 FY 11 FY 12 FY 13 FY 14 % Peak Deficit Capacity 11. World Bank indicator EG. India continues to be among the lowest per capita consumers of electricity globally.03.7% 4.2% Per Capita Consumption (kWh/Year) 13394 10286 5733 US Australia UK 2975 2944 2384 917 World China Brazil India Source: CEA Report.1% 8.7% Peak Requirement 9.2014 (source CEA)  There was sustained peak and energy deficit in past  Although FY14 peak and energy deficit numbers are lower but this is due to weak financial positions of discoms rather than reduction in demand  Notwithstanding sustained demand.PC (web site) except India data for 2010 and India’s data as on 31.ELEC.0% 11.1% 4.8% 9. 1.

07 288.06 37.01 NTPC NTPC 11th Plan All India 12th NTPC Plan (E) 12th Plan NTPC Own Capacity Addition: 11.541 55.54 88. Crore)2 243 94 63 FY 14 8% Growth 9% Growth FY 14 88.42 GW 14.6 717 337 306 12th Plan (2012–17) 8% Growth 9% Growth Expected Investments in NonConventional Energy (Rs. Report on financing of infrastructure – Planning Commission 16 .12TH PLAN … with Significant Investments Planned in the Sector India has a Large Capacity Requirement … Capacity in GW 960 778 Capacity excl.890 MW.99.01 8th+9th+10th Plan 11th Plan 12th Plan All India Capacity Addition (GW) (Excl RES) 37.168 MW.64 199.88 51. 2.06 9.536.47.409  Average annual capacity addition of ~21 GW required till FY17 Capacity Expansion Plans (GW) Cumulative Capacity (GW) (12th Plan capacity does not include Renewable Energy Source (RES) capacity addition) 88.914  26% of existing capacity needs to be added by FY17 to achieve 8% GDP growth 2.88 199. RES (MW)1 535 Expected Investments in Power Sector (Rs.54 54. Through JVs/Subs: 2.96 16. 1. Crore)2 FY 32 FY 17 14. NTPC Capacity Addition 6005 MW in first two years of 12th Plan. Total Capacity Addition: 14058 MW Pan India Capacity Addition: 38447. Draft12th Plan revised the earlier target of 75785 MW.07 GW 14.81 MW.


Key Competitive Strengths Leadership Position in the Indian Power Sector Long-term Fuel Security High Operational Efficiency Ability to Turn Around Underperforming Power Stations Low Cost Power Producer Prudent Off-take Policy Strong Balance Sheet Competent and Committed Workforce Integrated Business Model – de-risks main business 18 .

For group companies. 75% of coal capacity is linked by own merry go round rail system/belt conveyor system to coal mines representing 10 out of 17 coal plants.LONG-TERM FUEL SECURITY Current Capacity Break-up Capacity Break-up (By Fuel)1 NTPC implements projects only upon establishing availability of fuel Gas 11% ‘Maharatna’ status provides very high level of autonomy with regards to investments in backward integration and new fuel sources Coal 89% By 2032. NTPC will substantially reduce dependence on fossil fuels Coal Transportation CSAs signed(MW) (Standalone Commissioned Capacity) Coal: Long-term Fuel Security Commissioned Standalone Capacity Post 2009 CSA 8460 26% Pre 2009 CSA 23895 72% Pre 2009 CSA Post 2009 CSA Captive/ e-auction 2% Railways 23% Non-CSA 660 2% MGR 75% Non-CSA Captive/ e-auction Standalone Capacity of 32. CSAs for 4.390MW have been signed in 19 .355 MW is covered by long term Coal Supply Agreements (CSA) which have been signed with CIL & SCCL. CSA for 1160 MW yet to be commissioned projects have been signed.  Additionally.

0 155.02 MT as compared to 4. 20 .3% 90.2014 is 6.7% increase in domestic coal supply in FY14 vs.0 Import 12.8 3.1% 83.22 MT as on 31.4 39.03.9% 90.5% 9.4% 21.1% FY12 220 Q1FY15 FY 2014 Q1FY14 Q1FY15 129.0 160.6 38.7% 6. Q1FY14  96% materialisation under ACQs during 2013-14.7% 8.8 3.6 Total 141.7% of total coal supply during FY 2014.1% increase in domestic coal supply in Q1FY15 vs. FY13 2014-15 Domestic Deficit Equivalent Imports (MT) 17 Captive Mines 29 E-auction+MOU ACQ 28 4.0 9.0% 73.8 34.1 10.63 MT accounting for 6.8% 1.03.5% 93.0 145.6% 1.9% (In MT) Domestic FY13 FY 2012 FY14 Domestic FY 2013 Q1FY14 Imported 23. 85.9% 6.3% 1.LONG-TERM FUEL SUPPLY (CONT’D) Coal Supply Coal Requirements FY15E to FY17E (For NTPC Own (In MT) Plants) 94.2013  Coal linkage from CCL for North Karanpura STPP (1980 MW) has been restored.6 2.7% 5.  Total Coal stock at NTPC stations as on 31.9 149.  NTPC Board awarded approval for import upto 17 MT of imported coal during 2014-15  Coal transport through inland waterways on east cost already started for Farakka STPS.9% 2015-16 2016-17 1.4% 9.1% 177 208 15.6% materialisation in Q1 FY14-15  Imported coal receipts during FY13-14 10.6 36.1% 91.1% 70.

0  4 new coal mining blocks allocated to NTPC – Banai (Chhatisgarh). Bhalmuda (Chattisgarh).0 1.5 18.3Bilhaur-I (1320 MW)(Also partly to J&K Govt.0 38.0 1.Laburi 266 5.9 MTPA Banai Geological Mining Capacity Reserves (MT) 629 12.0 48.5 3.0 5.5 13.0 6.0 4.5 10.3 1.) Total 1995 39.0 4.0 7. Dulanga.0 6. (500 MW) Bilhaur-I (1320 MW) Kudanali.0 8.2174 crore till FY14 – Peak production capacity of these mines is 53 MT.6Barethi-I (2640 MW) End use* Bhalmuda 550 11Kudgi-I (2400 MW) Chandrabila 550 11Gadarwara-I (1600 MW) Unchahar–IV.0 2. Chatti Bariatu and Chatti Bariatu (South) – Estimated geological reserves of over 3.0 2. Kudanali-Laburi (Odisha) – Estimated geological reserves of ~ 2BT – Estimated Capacity : 39.CAPTIVE COAL BLOCKS FOR LONG-TERM FUEL SECURITY (CONT’D)  6 coal mining blocks allocated to NTPC – Pakri Barwadih. Talaipalli.0 4.0 3.0 13. Chanrabila (Odisha). end use of coal mines will depend upon requirements of projects Pakri Barwadi Chatti Bariatu Kerandari Geological Mining Reserves Capacity (MT) 1436 15 EC FC Yes Yes Status Acquisition Notice Yes MDO in process 194+354 285 7 6 Yes Yes Yes 1st Stage Yes Yes Yes in process Talaipalli Dulanga 1267 196 18 7 Yes Yes Yes 1st Stage Yes Yes in process in process Total 3732 53 FY16 2.0 7. Kerandari. * end use of coal mines will depend upon requirements of projects 21 .7BT – Incurred cumulative Capex of Rs.2 8.9 Production from newly allocated 4 blocks to start by the end of 13th five year plan.8 Production Plans FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 5.2 26.5 9.

Gas: Long-term Fuel Security LONG-TERM FUEL SECURITY (CONT’D)  Long-term gas supply agreements with GAIL under APM for supply of gas to all directlyowned gas power stations at regulated pricing under Government orders  Domestic natural gas (KG-D6) supply agreements on a long-term basis at prices approved by GoI for four plants  Gas and R-LNG from public and private sector companies on a spot. For NTPC Group as of March 31.82 2016 RIL / Niko / BPEAL 2.400MW PWHR nuclear power plant Total: 22.499 MW hydroelectric and 15MW Solar PV projects under construction  120 MW of hydro capacity currently under bidding Coal 93%  Formed JV with Nuclear Power Corporation of India in January 2011 with the objective of setting up a nuclear power project -Planning to set-up 1. 22 . short and/or long-term basis  All owned gas plants strategically located along major gas pipelines Diversifying Fuel Mix Under-construction Capacity Breakup (by Fuel)1 Capacity Under Construction Details of Gas/RLNG tie ups for NTPC Existing Gas Stations Source/ Supplier Contracted Quantity (MMSCMD) Contract Valid Till APM / PMT Gas ONGC / GAIL 14.0 Dec 2019 Spot/Fallback RLNG Domestic suppliers Based on demand from time to time On reasonable endeavour basis Gas Type KGD6 Gas  Planning to reduce its carbon footprint and reduce dependence on existing fuel sources  95 MW Solar PV projects under operation Hydro/ Solar 7%  1. 2014.30 2014 RLNG-Longterm GAIL 2.48 2021/2019 Non-APM Gas ONGC / GAIL 0.434 MW 1.

7 coal based stations out of 16 achieved PLF of more than 85%  Opportunity loss due to coal shortage has fallen down from 4.5%** Q1FY15  Successful in growing and achieving high PLF despite fuel shortage concerns in India  On forefront of adopting latest and most efficient technology—commissioned its first super-critical project at Sipat in 2011  Market leader in terms of setting up of projects based on super-critical technology  Maintenance practices and real-time monitoring system ensure high availability and efficient operations  Implementing Perform Achieve Trade (PAT) Scheme under National Mission on Enhanced Energy Efficiency at 22 power stations.6% 84.3% 68. renovation and management capabilities has turned around sick plants across India  Experience of operating and managing power plants with varied fuel sources and technologies 23 .2% 78.HIGHLY EFFICIENT PLANT OPERATIONS Proven Operational Excellence 88.1%* 75.02%) during 2013-14  12 out of 25 top performing stations of the country belong to NTPC Group.813 BUs in Q1FY15  Through in-depth engineering.811 BUs in Q1FY14 to 0.3% 81.2% 83.6% 65.8% 87.1%* 92.1% 89.2% 92.5% 70.7% 1997-98 91.1% 64.6%** 2002-03 NTPC AVF (DC) 2007-08 NTPC PLF 2012-13 2013-14 All-India PLF 84.  In FY14.6% 72.7%* 83. *AVF on bar ** All India PLF (tentative)  Talcher Thermal (440 MW) station was highest ranked station in the country in terms of PLF (95.

71 2013-14 1.Sustaining its Status of Competitive Cost Power Producer Rs.05 1. Based on NTPC stand-alone data.89 2.13 Q1FY14-15 1.46 1.07 Q1FY14-15 Fixed Charges 2012-13 0.77 2.63 2. 24 .76 2009-10 0.98 1./kWh 3.89 1.96 2.10 1.51 0.30 Overall Tariff (Coal+gas+ Solar) 2.20 2.85 Variable Charges 1.05 Coal Based Plants Close to Pit Head Stations Ensure Competitive Variable Cost of Generation 1.91 0.20 2013-14 1.01 2012-13 Fuel Charges 2011-12 0.99 3.14 1.78 1.95 1.04 2.27 2.86 2010-11 2011-12 Average Tariff Average Coal Based Power Cost (Rs.01 3.13 2./kWh) 2010-11 Fixed Charges 0.73 2.61 Average Coal tariff 2.96 3.

1% Punjab 2.5% Tamil Nadu 4.  NTPC does not presently sell any power in the merchant market. No uncertainty on Return on Equity.8% Kerala 4.6% 1.4% Tripartite Agreement SEB’s Delhi 12.7% Other 13.71000 crore during 2013-14 Odisha 4.2% Karnataka 3.3% Recourse to RBI Maharashtra 9. 2016  Recourse to Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in case of default in making payment – Supplementary agreements signed with all discoms for first charge over State utilities’ receivables after 2016 25 . Regulatory mechanism assures Returns balancing Risk -reward Ratio.revenues are immune to volatile merchant power prices Geographically Diversified Customers1 Trading (NVVN) Export 1. Gujrat 6.1%  Payment Security Mechanisms Haryana 2.0% … and Coupled with High Collection Efficiency LC’s UP 12. RBI and each state in terms of the Scheme for One Time Settlement of SEB dues valid till October 31.1%  100% collection efficiency 11th year in succession in FY14.6% Bihar 5.3% 0.9% – LC coverage from SEBs adequate to cover monthly billing – Tripartite Agreements between Government.0% AP 8. Based on billing for FY14.collected ~Rs.PRUDENT OFF-TAKE POLICY Secured Off-take Regulated Pricing Mechanism  PPAs have been signed for all operating and under construction projects  Policy of securing PPAs for all new plants before approval is given for investment  Tariffs based on Regulations notified by CERC.  Entire power output of NTPC power stations has been contracted under PPAs  Regulations for the period 2014–2019 notified.2% MP 9.

Effective tax rate considered on the basis of actual tax paid Recovery of Income Tax on Return on Equity grossed up at applicable tax rate for the company. Auxiliary Power Consumption (APC)). 6 Sharing of Financial Gains due to Controllable parameters with the Beneficiaries Sharing between generating company and beneficiaries in the ratio of 60:40 on monthly basis with annual reconciliation. The provision shall be reviewed thereafter.a 5 Water charges and capital spares Water charges and capital spares excluded from the O&M expenses and allowed separately.5 Lakh/MW/year for 2014-15. 26 .35%.72% p. 2 Incentive Incentive on Scheduled Generation at the rate of Rs. NAPAF for Thermal Plants at 85% except of TTPS and BTPS for which NAPAF was fixed at 82%. To be calculated on the GCV on “as fired basis”. Special Allowance in lieu of R&M @ Rs.2017. (Controllable Parameters: Heat Rate. 0. Fixed charges increase/decrease in proportion to actual Availability compared to NAPAF 3 Income Tax Recoverable from Customers Recovery of Income Tax on Return on Equity grossed up at actual effective tax rate. thereafter escalated at 6. 7 Energy charges To be calculated on the GCV on “as received basis”.50 per unit for excess energy delivered beyond the normative annual PLF of 85%. Sec Fuel Oil Cons. Water Charges and Capital Spares not allowed separately. 4 Special Allowance Special Allowance in lieu of R&M increased to 7.04. The savings only on account of secondary fuel oil consumption to be shared with beneficiaries in the ratio of 50:50. 5 lakh/MW/year in 2009-10 and thereafter escalated @ 5. Incentive linked to Availability (DC).CERC Tariff Regulations 2014-19 Description Tariff Regulations 2014-19 Tariff Regulations 2009-14 1 NAPAF (Normative Annual PAF) Recovery of Fixed Charges allowed at NAPAF of 83% for all thermal plants till 01.

ROBUST FINANCIALS. 27 .PROVEN ALL ROUND TRACK RECORD Capacity (NTPC Group) * Generation (NTPC Standalone) 41184 43019 43039 MW Units in Billion 232.28 34194 133.13 61.16 11333 3100 20.82 Total Assets1 179554 Rs. Crore Q1FY15 Total Revenue1 Rs Crore 161116 140838 64831 125708 68776 74708 57407 112874 FY 10 2013-14 2012-13 2001-02 1996-97 1991-92 *excluding rating difference of 89 MW in case of gas stations 1986-87 1981-82 Jul-14 2013-14 2012-13 2010-11 2001-02 1996-97 1991-92 0. 1.57 49247 FY 11 FY 12 FY 13 FY14 FY 10 FY 11 FY 12 FY 13 FY14 Note:.19 20249 16795 99. Based on stand-alone NTPC numbers.03 233.00 1986-87 1981-82 200 63.

78x FY 12 FY 13 FY14 1.6x FY 11 FY14 Total Capitalisation Interest Service Coverage Ratio1 FY 10 0..6x FY 10 FY 11 FY 12 FY 13 FY 14 Strong Credit Metrics Ensure Debt at Optimal Cost 1.4x 9. Total Debt and Capitalization1 Debt/Equity Rs.ROBUST FINANCIALS CONTD.3x 10.69x 0.4x 1. 28 .0x 11. Based on stand-alone NTPC numbers.72x FY 12 FY 13 67170 FY14 Current Ratio1 2.5x 13.8x 2. Crore 111080 100234 37797 FY 10 123571 58146 50279 43188 FY 11 Total Debt 138534 FY 12 FY 13 152986 0.6x 2.8x 8.61x 0.64x FY 10 FY 11 0.

47 crore Executives Attrition Rate in FY14 FY14 Awarded 1st in the Public Sector Category and 1st in Energy Gas and Oil Sector at the India’s Best Companies to Work for 2014 by Great Place to Work Institute 29 .37 crore to Rs.82 in FY10 to cr in FY14 23411 Profit per employee has grown from Rs.19 crore over 5 years 23797 24011 23865 Value Added per employee has gone up from Rs.HUMAN RESOURCE METRICS Over 5 years number of employees have remained constant 23743 Sales per employee has grown from Rs.54% in FY14 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 Man: MW Ratio has ìmproved from 0.10 crore to Rs. 3.74 cr in FY10 to Rs.

PRESENCE ACROSS THE POWER VALUE CHAIN Integrated Business Model – Within the Business and Across the Value Chain Coal Mining & Exploration  10 coal mining blocks awarded directly to NTPC by GoI with GR of over 5 BT  Aim to meet ~ 6% of its coal requirement from its captive mines by 2017  Awarded 1 oil exploration block by GoI with a 100% interest and 3 oil exploration blocks to separate consortiums in which NTPC holds a 10% interest Equipment Manufacturing  NTPC has formed JVs with BHEL and Bharat Forge Ltd. castings. high voltage equipment and Balance of Plant (BoP) equipment for Indian and international markets  Also acquired a stake in Transformers and Electricals Kerala Ltd. State previous year generating companies  NVVN has also been and other private appointed as nodal companies both in agency for trading India and abroad power with Bangladesh and Bhutan 30 .’ (NVVN) is prominent power  NESCL actively trading company in engaged in rural India. for gings.128MW  22.382 BU in FY13. (TELK) for manufacturing and repair of transformers Power Generation  Total installed power generation capacity of 43. as well as nuclear power projects  Global footprint in Sri Lanka and Bangladesh through JVs Power Distribution/ Consultancy Services Power Trading  NTPC has forayed into  NTPC’s wholly owned the power distribution subsidiary ‘NTPC business through its Vidyut Vyapar Nigam subsidiary NESCL Ltd.  JVs for manufacturing power equipment. an to State Electricity increase of 11% over Boards.322 BU of electricity  NTPC also offers in FY14 as against consultancy services 8. such as wind and solar.414MW of capacity under construction  1st Hydro project to be commissioned by the current fiscal year end  Also developing other renewable energy projects. It traded over electrification 9.

All agreements have been signed and project is on fast track mode.March14. 861MUs supplied to Bangladesh  Bhutan  Agreement with Royal Govt.f.” with Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB)  Sampur site in Trincomalee region is identified for the project. Target schedule of commissioning in 2018  Consultancy Agreement with EGCB for providing O&M services for 2x120MW Gas based power plant. A JV Co. of Bhutan for preparing DPR for 620MW Amochhu Reservoir based HEP  NVVN appointed as the nodal agency for trading power from Bhutan 31 .10. From Oct13.) Limited’ incorporated. ‘Bangladesh-India Friendship Power Company (Pvt. with BPDB on BOO basis. Ltd. “Trincomalee Power Co. Work started on site.2013. This is the largest single international order received by NTPC  NVVN appointed for supplying 250 MW Power to Bangladesh. power supply from NVVN commenced w. PPA signed for the same.  Bangladesh  1320MW imported coal based power plant at Khulna  Being Developed through a 50:50 JV Co.GLOBAL FOOTPRINT Trincomalee Sri Lanka Map not to scale.e. Sri Lanka (Trincomalee)  2x250MW coal based power project in Trincomalee through a JV Co. 05. Land filling has been completed .


52.67 MT signed for post 2009 stations for 9. 15MW under construction 33 .46MMSCMD from KG-D6 for NCR projects SEB Financial Distress  Tripartite agreement in place with RBI – SEB’s required to issue LCs covering 105% of the average monthly billing – Realized 100% payment of bills from customers for 10 years in succession  FRP Implementation and tariff revision by majority SEB’s during 2012–2013 & 2013-14 Land Acquisition Uncertainty      Accelerated Capacity Addition  Multi-pronged strategy developed and enhanced delegation of power for quick decision making  Total 22.IOC and GSPL for supply of gas on Reasonable Endeavour basis  Govt.406 crore .14 Environmental Laws and Regulations Progressive R&R Policy.888 crore already deployed during FY13 & FY14.48 MMSCMD gas upto 2021/2019  Long term Agreement with GAIL for supply of 2. focus on consultation and participation.KEY RISKS AND MITIGATION Risk Mitigation Coal and Gas Supply Constraints  Long term Fuel Supply Agreements signed with CIL for supply of coal for a period of 20 years for stations set up prior to March 2009 – ACQ supply tied up ~124.670 Crore already tied up and yet to be drawn as on 31.95 MW solar plants commercialized.11.01. target production of ~13MT by FY17. allocated 4.341 crore to be funded by debt equivalent of Rs. 23.5 MMSCMD of RLNG till 2019  Fallback agreements with GAIL BPCL.03.1. mobilized debt on most optimal rates from both domestic and international markets due to low gearing and healthy coverage ratios  12th Plan outlay Rs.1. Consistent RoE  Capex intensive model delivering consistent earnings and dividends  Upsides from PLF incentives  Supplementary agreements signed for first charge over state utilities’ receivables after 2016 Competition from Private Players  Relatively robust business model with regulated returns  GoI ownership  Strong management expertise and high standards of corporate governance Funding Requirements for New Projects  Strong balance sheet and healthy leverage ratios  Easy access to domestic and overseas debt market.414 MW already under construction.9MT. Debt of Rs. 4 new blocks allotted  Long Term APM/PMT Gas Supply Agreement with GAIL for supply of 14.  FSA of 39.6 GW capacity  6 captive coal blocks with reserves of ~3. negotiated settlement Institutional mechanisms like Village Development Advisory Committees and Public Information Centers Project head in place at site well in advance to expedite land acquisition Appointed Chief Forest Officer for expeditious forest clearance Land acquisition cell created at corporate centre to support the activities at site  Excellent track record  Environmental clearances for all under construction projects received  Strong focus on sustainability and fuel diversification.7BT. Debt of Rs.


980 520 750 660 8 1.FY17 FY15 FY15 ~FY17 ~FY16. off-take arrangements and environmental clearances.FY16.980 390 1.600 1.400 500 15 1. report approved Tanda 1320 MW. Katwa 1320 MW. FY16 FY17+ Technology – Super-Critical – Sub-Critical Super-Critical – Super-Critical Super-Critical Sub-Critical Super-Critical – – Super-Critical Super-Critical Super-Critical Super-Critical – Sub-Critical Super-Critical Sub-Critical Super-Critical Land Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Under feasibility Total by 2032  Approximately 37758 MW  Capacity set to expand capacity with feasibility report by 3. Wind 80 MW] NTPC’s Projects Under Construction Projects Koldam Barh I Tapovan Vishnugad Bongaigaon Barh II Singrauli Hydro Solapur Mouda II Vindhyachal V Kudgi Unchahar Singrauli Solar Lara Gadarwara Daralipali North Karanpura Lata Tapovan Nabinagar (BRBCL) Nabinagar (JV with BSEB) Kanti Meja Total Fuel Hydro Coal Hydro Coal Coal Hydro Coal Coal Coal Coal Coal Solar PV Coal Coal Coal Coal Hydro Coal Coal Coal Coal Capacity (MW) 800 1. Khargone 1320 MW Rammam 120 MW. FY17+ FY17 FY15 FY17+ FY17+ FY17+ FY17+ FY17+ FY16.014MW.414 *NTPC Group YE FY12 capacity was 37. water.1x under preparation  4000 MW TPP to be established in Telangana under AP Reorganisation Act. FY16 FY16. And 41184 MW as at FY13 end Expected Commissioning FY15.600 1.320 22.320 500 2.320 1.FY17 FY17+ FY15.980 171 1.7% of total capacity in India as of March 2014 37758 17900 Under Construction Invited Bids from vendors  21 projects  17 owned. FY17 FY16 FY17.600 1.GROWTH VISIBILITY NTPC takes the decision to proceed with a new project only once it is satisfied on the availability of land. FY17 FY17+ FY15.000 1. 2 under JVs and 2 subsidiaries  Under different stages of completion Feasibility Report Approved  Projects with 6800 MW bids  Approximately 17900 MW invited from vendors [Barethi capacity with feasibility 2640. fuel. Vision to maintain leadership position in India…Current development pipeline of ~ 47GW (In MW) 128000 90242 65542 73342 22414 6800 43128 Jul/14  38 power plants  Comprises 17. 2014 MoEF Clearance Environmental Forest Clearance Clearance Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes NTPC/JV NTPC NTPC NTPC NTPC NTPC NTPC NTPC NTPC NTPC NTPC NTPC NTPC NTPC NTPC NTPC NTPC NTPC Sub JV Sub JV 35 .

Dadri) FY14 Target –FY15-17 10 Singrauli Hydro 8 Nabinagar (BRBCL) (Unit#1) 250 Kanti – Subsidiary (Unit #3) 195 Singrauli (Solar PV Total FY 15 FY16 250 15 1798 Barh.1 500 Barh-II (Unit#5) 660 Vindhyachal – Unit 11 500 Koldam.170 Rihand – III 500 Koldam ( Unit #3&4) 400 Barh-II 660 65 Bongaigaon (Unit #2) Nabinagar (BRBCL) (Unit#2) 250 250 500 Kanti – Subsidiary (Unit #4) 195 Solar PVs Vallur – I JV Kanti.2 500 Vallur – I JV 500 Solar PV (A&N.CAPACITY ADDITION SCHEDULED IN 12TH PLAN (FY13 TO FY17) Commissioned Year Project FY13 Sipat Target MW Year Project 660 FY15 Rajgarh (Solar PV) Target MW 20 Indira Gandhi STPP JV 500 Bongaigaon (Unit#1) Mouda – I. Unit.005 FY 17 Total FY 16 2255 Barh I (Unit#2&3) 1320 Bongaigaon (Unit #3) 250 Nabinagar (BRBCL) (Unit#3) 250 Kudgi (Unit#1 &2) 1600 Unchahar (Unit#6) 500 Total FY17 4170 Total capacity to be commissioned in FY15-17 8223 Capacity Commissioned in FY13 &14 Total Capacity Target FY13-17 6005 14228 Commissioned 36 .Subsidiary (195 MW spilled over to FY15) 110* Total FY 14 1. Unit .Hydro (U#1 &2) 400 Rihand – III 500 Vindhyachal – Unit 12 500 Mouda – I.I (Unit#1) 660 Vindhyachal (Unit #3) 500 Total FY 13 4.835 Total (FY12-14) 6.

water . 2014 32% Company contemplating acquisitions 19% Expression of Interest invited for Coal Based Thermal Power Projects in India and abroad for stranded Date of projects. fuel.INORGANIC GROWTH – ENHANCING THE PACE OF CAPACITY ADDITION Many of the other players in the power sector are plagued with problems of fuel and under recovery of costs. 2014 37 . NTPC takes the decision to proceed with a new project only once it is satisfied on the availability of land . Talcher Acquisition June 1995 18% 15% Unchahar Tanda Badarpur February 1992 January 2000 April 1978 As of Acquistion For YE March 31. NTPC’s entire capacity is on cost plus basis hence there is least risk of under-recovery of costs. Fuel Supply is secured by FSAs and off Take Secured by PPAs. offtake arrangements and environmental clearances. Turnaround at Acquired Plants PLF (%) 95% 93% 86% 67% Source : Economic Times July 14.


3. JVC to initially develop renewable energy projects of about 500MW  “Anushakti” formed with 51% stake of NPCIL1 and 49% stake of NTPC for developing nuclear power projects Environmental Initiatives—More Than 37 Million Tons of CO2 has been Avoided in NTPC JNNSM  NVVN2 a nodal agency for JNNSM3 implementing 1. NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam. Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission.760MW SCC under construction  Reducing reliance on fossil fuels Sustainability Report  A Sustainability Report for the year 2012-13 based on GRI indicators have been prepared and is available on Company’s website Sustainability Report 2011-12 Sustainability Report 2012-13 2.3 Million Tons CO2 Avoided in 2013-14 Created green wealth of ~21 million trees at and around stations 1.050 MW of solar capacity  Contracts awarded for 1. 39 .028 MW  568 MW has already been commissioned 518MW of solar PV and 50MW Solar thermal  Traded 4390 MU of bundled solar power in FY14 Technology Choices Monitoring Systems  Advanced and high efficiency technologies Energy Conservation  CO2  Online measurement energy systems being management  NTPC’s 1st installed at all system at Super-critical NTPC stations 15 stations unit of 660MW in the to reduce is declared on chimney auxiliary commercial stacks power operation at consumption Sipat-I Power  67 Ambient Project Air Quality  Energy Monitoring  1980 MW Audits super critical System capacity (‘SCC’) (AAQMS) already under installed in commercial NTPC stations operation. Nuclear Power Corporation of India.000MW of renewable energy sources under development  300MW being targeted for completion by 2017  Of this 110 MW solar capacity by 2017  95 MW at 7 Solar stations commissioned  15 MW of Solar PV under construction In Partnership  Pan-Asian Renewable Private Limited. 660 MW at barh commissioned  17. 2.SUSTAINABILITY INITIATIVES Renewable and Nuclear Energy—Reducing Carbon Footprints Own Basket  Basket of 1.

5% CO2 reduction  High concentration slurry disposal system & Dry Ash extraction and disposal system 45.77 Sipat I (Yr.76 Rihand II (Yr. Technologies Introduced Technologies Under Development  Adoption of super critical parameters for higher efficiency  Higher size units of 660 and 800MW  Adoption of high reheat parameters for smaller units  765KV AC switchyard  State of art automation technologies for C&I and Electrical systems  Tunnel Boring machines  Flue gas desulphurisation  Development of IGCC suitable for Indian coal  Development of Adv Ultra supercritical power plant along with IGCAR and BHEL for inlet steam temperature in the range of 700°C  Use of advanced technologies in the renovation and modernization of aging power stations Every 1% increase in efficiency yields 2.steps to increase cycle efficiency Advance USC Pilot (Yr. 2009) 39.39 39.TECHNOLOGY PROGRESSION—INCREASED EFFICIENCY AND GREATER ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Leader in introducing new technologies in the power sector.00 Gross Efficiency HHV% 37.1998) Dadri II (Yr. 2020) 40 . 2011) Barh II (Yr.60 37. 2013) Constant endeavor to reduce CO2 emissions.

France. several more in pipeline Membership: NETRA is a member of (1) IEA GHG R&D Program. Efficiency Improvement and Cost Reduction Climate change Renewable energy  Waste Flue Gas based Air conditioning  Micro Algae based CO2 fixation  15MW Solar Thermal Hybrid Plant  Waste Flue Gas based Desalination  Pressure Swing Adsorption based CO2 capture technology  Floating Solar PV System  Artificial Intelligence based Plant Advisory  CFD based flue gas duct modification  Back Pressure Micro Turbine  Modified Amine based CO2 capture  Ammonia based Flue Gas Conditioning  Innovative Solar Thermal Cooking System  Solar Thermal Air Conditioning System  Solar PV with battery charger  Municipal Solid Waste to fuel system  Organic Rankine Cycle      Infrastructure: 18 number of Labs in place.NETRA Committed to invest up to 1% of distributable profit for R&D Activities and Climate Change Technologies. 2 more in offing Manpower: 118 Executives including 16 PhD’s and 29 M.Tech’s Networking: R&D Collaboration with 12 national and 2 international institutions IPR: 22 Patent Applications Filed. (2) CSLF France (3) IERE Japan (4) GCCSI Australia NETRA: NTPC Energy Technology Research Alliance. one patent granted.R&D. 41 .

Spent Rs.  Solapur Power Training Institute in Maharashtra. Culture and Heritage.  Setting up/Supporting Medical College cum Hospitals in Odisha and Chhattisgarh. Jharkhand and Madhya Pradesh. 128. Individual & Community Toilets in villages. bore wells.35 crore on CSR & sustainable development activities during the year 2013-14 Social Inclusiveness  Land acquisition through a participatory process  Progressive R&R and CSR policies  Compensation and R&R entitlement finalized through consultative process with stakeholders  Efforts for negotiated settlements  Focus on capacity building  Intensive community and peripheral development activities Skill Creation Education Stakeholder Engagement  Information sharing through Public Information Centers (‘PIC’)  Multi Stakeholder Engagement mechanisms like Village Development Advisory Committees  Socio Economic Surveys / Audits / Evaluation through independent agency/ academic institute of repute  Grievance redressal mechanisms  Effective institutional set up Health & Sanitation  Adopted 17 ITIs and creating 7 new ITIs. RO plant & piped water supply schemes for providing potable water.  Operation of Mobile Health Clinics and Free Medical Camps & surgeries during Camps  Construction of Girl’s toilets in schools.  Education through 20 schools for community children. Guwahati University and Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidhyalaya at Indore by NTPC Foundation. Women Empowerment.  Two polytechnics in Uttarakhand and one Jharkhand.  DOTS Cum DMC Centers for Tuberculosis treatment and Disability Rehabilitation Centres by NTPC Foundation. Initiatives like Social Infrastructure creation.  Information and Communication Technology Centre for physically and visually challenged students at Delhi University. Engg colleges in Chhattisgarh.Extensive Engagement with Society NTPC has committed to contribute 2% of Net Profit towards CSR from FY 2014-15 onwards. 42 . Promotion of sports etc. Animal Healthcare. Drinking Water  Installation of hand pumps.  Skill up gradation & vocational training for rural youth & women for employability  IIIT at Raipur.

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