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NTPC Limited (NTPC.NS)

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336.10-9.60 (-2.78%)
At close: 03:30PM IST
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Previous close345.70
Open347.00
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range334.70 - 348.05
52-week range166.80 - 348.05
Volume17,747,915
Avg. volume17,955,937
Market cap3.352T
Beta (5Y monthly)0.46
PE ratio (TTM)18.62
EPS (TTM)18.05
Earnings date17 May 2024 - 21 May 2024
Forward dividend & yield9.00 (2.60%)
Ex-dividend date06 Feb 2024
1y target est355.81
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    India's Torrent, Lanco are lowest bidders in gas-fired power auction

    India relies on coal to generate about three-quarters of its electricity, and power generated from coal is typically much cheaper than that generated by gas-fired plants. However, fears of power shortages while Prime Minister Narendra Modi stands for election this year have pushed the world's fifth-largest economy to turn to gas-fired power. India's daily electricity demand is predicted to rise to a record 256.5 gigawatts (GW) in September 2024, up from the previous record of 243 GW in September last year, according to the Central Electricity Authority.

  • Reuters

    India's NTPC plans to take green energy arm public in FY 2024/25 - exec

    QUITOL, India (Reuters) -India's largest power producer NTPC Ltd expects its green energy arm to go public in the fiscal year ending in March 2025, a senior company executive said on Tuesday. The state utility also plans to add 4 to 5 gigawatts (GW) of renewable power and 3 GW of coal-fired power capacity during the same period, said the executive, who declined to be identified as the information has not been made public yet. NTPC's capital expenditures in FY2024/2025 are expected to reach 300 billion rupees ($3.61 billion), of which 220 billion rupees will be raised through loans and green bonds, the official said on the sidelines of the India Energy Week conference in Goa.

  • Bloomberg

    Indian Power Giant Still Needs More Coal Despite Green Pledge

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