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NTPC Limited

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Network member number:
N0351
Acronym:
NTPC Ltd
Address:
NTPC Energy Technology Research Alliance (NETRA) E-3, Ecotech-II, Udyog Vihar, Greater Noida, Gautam Budh Nagar, Uttarpradesh, India, Pin-201306
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Type of organisation:
Public sector organisation
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NTPC is  largest power utility in India with an installed capacity of 51,410 MW, plans to become a 130 GW company by 2032. NTPC has comprehensive Rehabilitation & Resettlement and CSR(Corporate Social Responsibility) policies well integrated with its core business of setting up power projects and generating electricity. The company is committed to generating reliable power at competitive prices in a sustainable manner by optimising the use of multiple energy sources with innovative eco-friendly technologies. NTPC recognized the potential of cutting edge technology in further improving its services and efficiency. The company is fully aligned to the needs of adapting to emerging technologies and upgrading the technologies through research and development. The company is particularly sensitive to Research & Development and the paradigm shift which it can make. NETRA (NTPC Energy Technology Research Alliance) set up in 2009 is the outcome of this vision. Its core areas of research are: climate change, waste management, carbon capture and Utilization, new & renewable energy, efficiency improvement and cost reduction besides providing scientific support to NTPC and external utilities for improving availability, reliability and efficiency.

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  • 100 KWp Floating Solar PV System

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    Floating Solar PV System, i.e. installation of solar panels on water bodies, is emerging as an alternative for conventional ground mounted PV installations, which are land intensive. Presently the technology of floating platform is limited to very few manufacturers and too expensive compared to conventional PV systems. In order to indigenously develop a cost effective floater platform, a collaborative project has been taken up by NETRA with Central Institute for Plastic Engineering and Technology (CIPET), Chennai. 

  • Solar Thermal HVAC System

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    The Solar Thermal HVAC (ST-HVAC) System is a low carbon, green house gas-free air conditioning solution. The ST-HVAC set up at NETRA is basically a 'proof of concept' plant. Once various elements of this technology are proofed and the efficacy of the plant is established, the same can be replicated in power stations with or without scaling up. 

    The brochure contains system descriptions and further details.