NTPC.NS - NTPC Limited

NSE - NSE Real-time price. Currency in INR
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At close: 03:30PM IST
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Previous close174.50
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range174.10 - 177.25
52-week range134.95 - 182.95
Avg. volume10,832,722
Market cap1.692T
Beta (5Y monthly)0.27
PE ratio (TTM)9.76
EPS (TTM)17.87
Earnings date27 Jul 2023 - 31 Jul 2023
Forward dividend & yield8.50 (4.87%)
Ex-dividend date03 Feb 2023
1y target est205.55
  • Reuters

    India looking to merge hydro power units to create single company -minister

    The Indian government is considering selling state-owned NTPC Ltd's two hydro power firms to NHPC Ltd to create a single hydro power company that would improve efficiency and cut costs, power minister R K Singh told Reuters. One large hydro power company would help meet high demand at night when solar projects do not run, he said.

  • Reuters

    Exclusive-Malaysia's Petronas offers $460 million for stake in India's NTPC's green arm - sources

    Malaysia's Petronas has offered 38 billion rupees ($460 million) to buy a 20% stake in the green energy arm of India's largest power producer, NTPC, in the first deal of its kind by a state-run firm, three sources told Reuters. The offer price was higher than the 30 billion rupees NTPC had been expecting when it asked for expressions of interest in NTPC Green Energy (NGEL) last year and was 78% above the second-highest bidder. It values the NGEL at $2.3 billion.

  • Zacks

    General Electric (GE) Arm, NTPC Sign MOU on Decarbonization

    General Electric's (GE) arm, GE Power India, signs MOU with NTPC to help the latter reduce the amount of coal fired in its units and replace it with co-firing alternative fuels.

  • Zacks

    General Electric (GE) Arm, NTPC Ink MOU on Hydrogen Co-Firing

    General Electric (GE) arm signs a MOU with India's NTPC to explore the scope of reducing CO2 emissions from the Kawas gas power plant in Gujarat.

  • Bloomberg

    India Planning Carbon Credit Market for Energy, Steel and Cement

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