NTPC’s R&D center NETRA and Engineers India Ltd (EIL) will collaborate in the domain of carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS) and green fuels including green hydrogen and green ammonia. A memorandum of association (MoA) for this purpose was signed between NTPC and EIL recently.
NTPC Ltd is India’s largest integrated power utility, meeting one-fourth of the power requirement of the country. It has an installed capacity of more than 73 GW across a diverse portfolio of thermal, hydro, solar, and wind power plants. NTPC Group targets 60 GW of installed renewable energy capacity by the year 2032. It is also taking up several other initiatives toward decarbonization, including hydrogen blending, carbon capture, and fuel cell buses among others.
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