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NTPC Limited (NTPC.NS)

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136.60+0.10 (+0.07%)
At close: 03:30PM IST
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Previous close136.50
Open137.90
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range134.95 - 137.90
52-week range111.95 - 166.35
Volume21,864,945
Avg. volume21,983,822
Market cap1.325T
Beta (5Y monthly)0.29
PE ratio (TTM)7.94
EPS (TTM)17.20
Earnings date29 Jul 2022 - 02 Aug 2022
Forward dividend & yield8.00 (5.70%)
Ex-dividend date03 Feb 2022
1y target est184.13
  • Business Wire

    Energy Vault and NTPC, India’s Largest Power Utility, Sign MOU for Gravity-Based Energy Storage Technology

    LUGANO, Switzerland & WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. & NEW DELHI, April 27, 2022--Energy Vault Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: NRGV, NRGV WS) ("Energy Vault"), a leader in sustainable, grid-scale energy storage solutions, today announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with NTPC Limited (NSE India : NTPC, BSE : 532555), the largest power generating utility in India.

  • Reuters

    India's top utility NTPC's annual coal imports expected to hit 8-year high

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) -India's top electricity producer NTPC Ltd's coal imports this financial year will be the highest in eight years despite near-record prices, two senior officials at the company said, as it looks to address a domestic shortage. The state-run utility, which produces over a quarter of India's power output, will import 16 million tonnes for blending with domestic coal during the year ending March 2023, the officials said. The rise in imports reflects strong growth in demand for power as India's economy recovers after the pandemic and forecasts for a particularly hot summer.

  • Reuters

    India's NTPC $2.81 billion power plant may face supply issues from Russian entities -minister

    NTPC Ltd's $2.81 billion coal-fired power plant, which is currently under construction in India, may face supply issues from Russian entities, India's power minister said on Thursday. The 2,000-megawatt project being built in the eastern state of Bihar depends on Russian entities for materials as well as technical advice, Raj Kumar Singh told parliament. Singh also said that the project faced difficulty in payments and renewal of bank guarantees for Russian entities due to the exclusion of Russian banks from the SWIFT international payments system.