NTPC to procure transformers for Lara project
By Raja Iyer
In a study conducted jointly with Edenred, Great Place To Work Institute India ranked National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) as one of the country's best companies for Rewards and Recognition in 2013.
While more than 100 companies participated in this study, only 15 could find place in the Best Companies List. NTPC is the largest state owned electric utilities company headquartered in the capital. Established on November 7, 1975, it was listed in Forbes Global 2000.
The central government holds 84.5 percent stake in the firm and its shares are traded on the Bombay Stock Exchange. By 2017, the company aims to raise its power production capacity to 75,000 mw from the present capacity of 41,184 mw.
Meanwhile, the firm's Raigarh unit in Chhattisgarh plans to engage a contractor for procuring EHV and HV power transformers package for the stage-I (2x800 mw) of a super thermal power project at Lara.