NTPC Bongaigaon celebrates 49th Raising Day
Shri Karunakar Das highlighted NTPC's impressive growth and legacy, with a current installed capacity of 73,874 MW, including power generated through joint ventures and subsidiaries.
NTPC Bongaigaon celebrated its 49th Raising Day with enthusiasm at its administrative building premises. Shri Karunakar Das, CGM, NTPC, unfurled the NTPC flag, and a cake cutting ceremony and balloon release took place. The event was attended by various officials and employees, including Shri K.C.Muraleedharan, GM (O&M), Shri Sanjay Pande, GM(FGD), Shri Induri S Reddy, GM (Maintenance), Shri Asutosh Biswas, GM (Operation), Shri G.M. Thangzom, Commandant, CISF, Shri M.S.Kandari, Asst. Commandant, CISF, and representatives from different departments, unions, associations, and the Bardwi Sikhla Ladies Club.
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Shri Karunakar Das highlighted NTPC's impressive growth and legacy, with a current installed capacity of 73,874 MW, including power generated through joint ventures and subsidiaries. NTPC has a diversified energy portfolio, achieving a high-power generation of 5026.88 MU and a Plant Load Factor (PLF) of 76.51% in FY 22-23, surpassing the previous year's generation. The station also recorded the highest monthly generation in April’22, demonstrating its ability to meet peak demand and ensure grid reliability.Read Also : Air Marshal Praveen Keshav Vohra takes over as Senior Air Staff Officer of Western Air Command, IAF
During the event, NTPC Bongaigaon recognized the exceptional contributions of its employees by conferring the Power Excel Award upon five individuals for their dedicated service to the station. The awardees included Shri Gnyanankur Sonowal, Sr. Manager (EMD), Shri Saurav Kumar, Sr. Manager (HR), Shri Manish Mishra, Deputy Manager (Operations), Shri Pratyay Amrita, Dy. Manager (Operations), and Shri Shyamal Banerjee, Asst. Manager (Chemistry). In addition, Shri Joy Gopal Barman, a Technician (EMD), was honoured as the Employee of the Year for his outstanding commitment to the station.
NTPC, India's largest power producer, has played a crucial role in providing electricity to every part of the nation since its establishment on November 7, 1975. The organization has become a symbol of the power sector in India over the past 48 years. As the power sector in India enters a new phase of growth and transformation, NTPC is fully prepared to seize the significant opportunities presented. The company has announced its Energy Compact Goals, demonstrating its commitment to installing 60 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2032, further solidifying its dedication to sustainable and eco-friendly energy production.Read Also : iDEX-DIO signs 300th contract for Defence Innovation
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