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NTPC sets 2025 coal production target

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World Coal,

NTPC, a leading Indian integrated power company, has set a target of 40 million t of coal production from its captive mines for the fiscal FY25.

The ambitious target will help NTPC achieve significant growth of 17% of captive coal production compared to the previous fiscal year.

This will fulfil over 15% of coal requirement through captive mines in FY25, thereby strengthening fuel security for the power major.

The company achieved a coal despatch of 34.15 million t and coal production stood at 34.38 million t by the end of 31 March 2024.

This outstanding performance reflects NTPC’s relentless commitment to enhancing coal production from its captive mines and ensuring efficient supply to meet the nation’s energy needs.

To achieve sustained growth in coal production, NTPC has implemented a range of strategies and technologies. These include the adoption of rigorous safety measures, improved mine planning, equipment automation, workforce training, and the implementation of continuous monitoring and analysis systems. These initiatives have played a vital role in optimising operations, enhancing productivity, and ensuring the safety of the workforce.

NTPC remains committed to delivering reliable and sustainable power to the nation. This remarkable growth in coal production and despatch is a testament to NTPC’s dedication to operational excellence and its contribution to meeting India’s energy demands. The company will continue to explore innovative technologies and sustainable practices to further enhance its performance and support the nation’s energy goals.

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