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1 1 29 MARCH 2010 Presentation by NTPC at FOIR Workshop - October 20, Generation Capacity Addition in Electricity Sector in India

2 2 Agenda Overview of NTPC Installed Generation Capacity in India Plan wise Growth Power Supply Scenario Demand Forecast Capacity Addition Target Capacity Addition Achieved

3 3 NTPC Limited An overview

4 Today 1975 NTPC incorporated (100% GoI) 1997 Became a Navratna Company 2004 Listed on Indian Stock Exchanges (89.5% GoI) Listed on Indian Stock Exchanges (89.5% GoI) 2010 Maharatna status GOI further divested 5% Maharatna status GOI further divested 5% Journey so far + 10 MW Solar 35779

5 5 Well Diversified Power Maharatna Total installed capacity of 41,684 MW including 5364 MW through JVs 20,079 MW under construction First hydro capacity to be commissioned in this fiscal 10 MW solar plant has been already commissioned. Also developing other renewable energy projects, such as wind and solar. Power Generation Power Trading Global footprint in Bangladesh and Srilanka through JVs Also appointed for power supply to Bangladesh and nodal agency for trading power with Bhutan

6 6 Well Diversified Power Maharatna 10 coal mining blocks awarded to NTPC by GoI 95 MTPA coal will be mined from these blocks. Awarded oil exploration blocks Mining & Oil Exploration Power Equipment Electricity distribution business through NESCL Consultancy services to SEBs, State Generating Companies and other private companies 5 MTPA LNG Terminal at Dabhol through JV Others JVs for manufacturing power equipments, castings, forgings, high voltage equipment and Balance of Plant (BoP) equipment for Indian and International markets

7 7 National /Global Ranking The largest Power Generator in India 337th largest company in the world (FORBES – 2012) Tenth largest power generator in the world No.1 IPP in world (Platts-250 ranking–2012) Source: Platts, Forbes, International Consultant, CEA Third largest Power Generator in Asia Ranked 3rd Best Company to Work For in India (Economic Times and Great Places to Work Institute- 2012)

8 8 Group NTPC 21 Joint Ventures and 5 Subsidiaries For Synergistic Business Diversification Power GenerationPower TradingPower Distribution Power Equipment Manufacturing Power ServicesCoal Mining NTPC Limited

9 9 Power Generation Services Equipment Manufacturing Power TradingCoal Acquisition NTPC Hydro Ltd. (100%) NTPC Electric Supply Company Ltd. (100%) NTPC BHEL Power Projects Pvt. Ltd. (50%) NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam Ltd. (100%) International Coal Ventures Pvt. Ltd. (14.28%) Kanti Bijlee Utpadan Nigam Ltd. (64.57%) Utility Powertech Ltd. (50%) BF NTPC Energy Systems Ltd. (49%) National Power Exchange Ltd. (16.67%) NTPC SCCL Global Ventures Pvt. Ltd. (50%) Bhartiya Rail Bijlee Company Ltd. (74%) NTPC Alstom Power Services Pvt. Ltd. (50%) Transformers and Electricals Kerala Ltd. (44.6%) Aravali Power Company Pvt. Ltd. (50%) National High Power Test Laboratory Pvt. Ltd. (25%) NTPC Tamil Nadu Energy Company Ltd. (50%) Nabinagar Power Generating Company Pvt. Ltd. (50%) Meja Urja Nigam Pvt. Ltd. (50%) NTPC SAIL Power Company Pvt. Ltd. (50%) Ratnagiri Gas and Power Pvt. Ltd. (30.17%) Energy Efficiency Service Limited (25%) NTPC has set up subsidiaries and JVs to pursue its growth objectives 5 21 Subsidiaries Joint Ventures CIL NTPC Urja Private Ltd. (50%) Anushakti Vidhyut Nigam Ltd. (49%) Trincomalee Power Company Ltd. (50%) Pan Asian Renewables Pvt. Ltd. (50%) Bangladesh India Friendship Power Company (Pvt.) Ltd. (50%)

10 10 Turnaround of acquired from SEBs Talcher power station has an average life of ~38 years ASIAN POWER PLANT OF THE YEAR AWARD 2006 BY ASIAN POWER MAGAZINE TO FEROZE GANDHI UNCHAHAR TPS

11 11 Commissioned 2490 MW in FY11-12 Commissioned 4160 MW in FY JICA Presidents award and IPMA award for Simhadri project IPMA award for Dadri Project Stage-II (2011), Vindhyachal-III (2008) IPMA award finalist – Talcher-II (2006) and Ramagundam-III (2006) Unit Commissioning (Achieving Full Load) Time in Months from investment approval Robust project management translating to record capacity addition

12 12 12 Profit after Tax Rs. Crore Total Revenue 1 Rs Crore CAGR: ~11% Generation (NTPC Standalone)Capacity (NTPC Group) MWUnits in Billions CAGR: 11.3% CAGR ~19% NTPCs growth through the years 12

13 13 10% Rs.1.38 Crs Rs Crs Rs 0.29 Crs Rs Crs Sales Per Employee PAT Per Employee Up 67% Up 31% 7.99 MUs 9.27 MUs Generation Per Employee Up 16% Talent pool of ~25,000 employees Planned interventions at various stages of career Power Management Institute (PMI) – Playing a pivotal role in individual and organizational learning. Leadership Development Centre to identify and groom potential leaders. Training Simulators for 660 MW / 500 MW / 200 MW coal and gas based plants Ranked 3 rd in the Aon Hewitt Best Employers in India 2012 FY07FY Human Capital – Continuously Improving Productivity

14 : The year of records 4,170 MW capacity added 4,830 MW declared commercial 8,576 MW awarded Rs. 19,925 crores of CAPEX Rs 11,500 Cr (48% of total disinvestment) raised through OFS for GoI. Oversubscribed 1.7 times. 45% from FII.

15 15 Hydro Coal Gas Nuclear Renewables Planning for Accelerated Growth Capacity under construction – MW Today 41684MW Today 41684MW 2032 ~ MW 2032 ~ MW 15 Going High on Generation-Lower GHG

16 16 Generation Capacity Addition in Indian Power Sector

17 17 Installed Generation Capacity Installed Capacity as on – 2,28,722 MW Source: CEA

18 18 Installed Generation Capacity Installed Capacity as on – 2,28,722 MW Source: CEA Private sectors share has increased from around 15% to 32% in last 5 years.

19 19 Growth in Generation Capacity (Plan-wise) Source: CEA

20 20 Power Supply Scenario Year PEAKENERGY Requirement (MW) Shortage (%) Requirement (BU) Shortage (%) ,22, ,30, ,35, Source: CEA Shortage scenario is likely to continue in near future

21 21 Demand Forecast – 18 EPS Demand forecast Energy Requirement at power station bus bar (BU) Peak load at power station bus bar (GW) Source: 18 th Electric Power Survey of India CAGR of energy requirement projected for translates to 8.55% Actual Peak Demand met in was GW

22 22 Working Group on Power – XII plan Working Group on Power for XII Plan had estimated capacity addition requirement of 75,785 MW during XII Plan and 93,400 MW during XIII Plan corresponding to 9% GDP growth In addition capacity addition of MW during XII plan and MW during XIII Plan has been estimated from RES. FuelXII PlanXIII Plan Thermal Hydro Nuclear Total Source: Working Group on Power – 12 th Plan

23 23 Capacity Addition Target – XII plan In order to reduce gap between peak demand and peak deficit and to provide for faster retirement of old inefficient plants, capacity addition target for XII Plan has been enhanced to 88,537 MW (excluding RES) by the Planning Commission. In addition, 30,000 MW of capacity addition from RES (Wind – MW, Solar – MW, Small Hydro – 2100 MW and Biomass – 2900 MW) has been targeted for the XII Plan Since the growth rate of GDP for the XII Plan is likely to be 8.2% and not 9%, the target for capacity addition contain an element of slack of about 10%.

24 24 Capacity Addition Target –XII Plan SectorHydroThermalNuclearTotal Central State Private Total (in MW) Source: Planning Commission, 12 th Plan Document

25 Thank you


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