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WELCOME PRESENTATION ON CURRENT CAPACITIES AND WAY FORWARD BY R. VENKATESWARAN REGIONAL EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR(SOUTH) NTPC LTD.

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1 WELCOME PRESENTATION ON CURRENT CAPACITIES AND WAY FORWARD BY R. VENKATESWARAN REGIONAL EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR(SOUTH) NTPC LTD

2 29 MARCH 2010 August’2014 Indian Power Sector

3 India is the World’s 3 rd largest economy… Source: World Bank, IEA - Key World Energy Statistics-2014, CEA …but our per capita electricity consumption is amongst the lowest * Provisional  India among the lowest per capita consumers of electricity globally, lagging China by over 3.6:1  Per capita consumption 31% of the world average

4 Source: Economic Survey February 2014 and RBI, CMIE  Services contribute 60% to GDP (Manufacturing 15%)  Manufacturing share to increase to 25% by 2025  Manufacturing is power intensive Energy demand growth closely linked to GDP growth

5 Current Power Scenario

6 India’s Energy Sector - Structure Transmission Distribution Generation State Power Utility CPSUs IPPs & Private Captive Generation State Trans. Utility CTU Powergrid Private Utilities Transmission SEBs Discoms Private Licensees Distribution End Consumer Captive Consumer Consumption Power Trading Companies Open Coal Oil & Natural Gas Power Central SubjectsConcurrent Subject Nuclear Energy Govt. Coal Companies Private Captive Coal Producers Both Exploration & Production Govt. Private Govt. Company Planning Commission – The Apex Planning Agency in the country

7 Under the VIIth Schedule of the Indian Constitution, power is in the “concurrent list ” Legislative function Executive Function Execution Centre States ParliamentMOP,GOI Central PSEs State Assemblies State Govts. SEBs/State Utilities /IPPs/Lic. Regulatory Function CERC SERCs CEA BEE Power – the concurrent subject

8 Power Sector - Policy Initiatives Power sector development can distinctly be divided into ‘four stages’: Regulatory framework created SEBs’ unbundling EA2003 seeks to promote competition, rationalize tariff Private participation incentivized 4,50,000 MW 1,50,000 MW 15,000 MW / Year Capacity Stage- 1 Stage- 2 Stage- 3 Stage Sector infancy In a few cities Very small capacity – 1365 MW Power - state subject State electricity boards (SEBs) created SEBs vertically integrated Slow growth – ~16,500 MW For rapid growth, power made concurrent subject Central utilities viz. NTPC, NHPC created Worsening SEBs’ condition

9 De-licensed generation. Freedom to captive generation including group captive Recognizing trading as an independent activity.Open access in transmissionOpen access to consumers above 1 MWMultiple licenses in distribution.Regulatory Commissions at the State & Central Level Power Policy Framework Electricity Act 2003: The hallmark of power reforms in India

10 Ambitious capacity expansion program underway  One time settlement scheme for outstanding dues of CPSUs  National Electricity Policy  Tariff Policy  New Hydro Policy  UMPP Policy  Re-structured - Accelerated Power Development and Reforms Programme (R-APDRP)  Rural Electrification – RGGVY  National Mission for Enhanced Energy Efficiency under National Action Plan for Climate Change Power Policy Framework Other Policy Initiatives

11 100% Foreign Direct Investment Tariff Based Bidding for Generation & Transmission Franchisee Model for Distribution Increasing Private Participation Coal – The main- stay for Power Generation Adopting Super / Ultra-Super Critical Technology Large size UMPPs Power Trading Through Exchanges Energy efficiency & Demand Side Management Trading of E- Certs under PAT Mechanism Open Access in Transmission & Distribution Domestic Manufacturing capacity being increased Renewable Energy Development Generation Based Incentive for Renewables Renewable Purchase Obligation Trading of Renewable Certificates Power Policy Framework

12 Source: Central Electricity Authority, Installed Power Generating Capacity Total Capacity – 250 GW* *Excluding Captive Capacity As on

13 Installed Power Generating Capacity Total Capacity – 250 GW* ~55 GW added in 11 th Plan ( ) - Highest ever capacity in any plan since independence All India Generation FY14: ~960 Billion Kwhr Source: Central Electricity Authority, *Excluding Captive Capacity As on

14 Source: MNRE, Installed Power Generating Capacity Total Renewable Energy based Capacity ~32 GW As on

15 Future Growth Plans

16 Economic growth Plan to increase manufacturing sector’s share in GDP Electrification of rural India Realization of latent & suppressed demand Growth in residential consumption due to demographic changes Electricity growth outlook in India GWs BUs India faces energy deficit of 4.0% and peak deficit of 3.7% Source: Planning Commission, CEA

17 Capacity Addition in 12 th Plan Total Capacity Planned – 88.5 GW* *Excluding RES capacity of 30 GW ~43 GW added in the current plan till 31 st July 2014 Source: 12 th Plan Document, Planning Commission, CEA

18 Power Sector Fund requirement Source: Draft report of 12 th Plan Working Group on Power 12 th Plan fund requirement in Power Sector – $270 Billion

19 20 GW by 2022 (NTPC playing an important catalytic role) National Solar mission Mechanisms to promote Energy efficiency (Labeling, Audits, PAT) National Mission for Enhanced Energy Efficiency Building efficiency, recycling National Mission on Sustainable Habitat Increase water use efficiency by 20% National Water Mission Sustaining and safeguarding the Himalayan ecosystem National Mission for Sustaining the Himalayan Ecosystem Forest cover from 23% to 33% National Mission for a Green India Develop new crops National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture Innovative technology National Mission on Strategic Knowledge for Climate Change A sub-mission for development of clean coal technologies India’s low carbon growth National Action Plan on Climate Change (NAPCC)

20 Challenges Facing the Indian Power Sector

21 Challenges facing the Indian Power Sector Shortage of fuel – Coal & Natural gas Delay in Land acquisition Environment & Forest Clearances Ash Utilization Financial health of state discoms

22 Other Challenges Rail, Road, Port infrastructure for fuel transportation Inter-regional transmission capacity Open Access in Distribution Linking intermitted Renewable power with national grid – Renewable transmission corridor under consideration Reducing the capital cost of Renewables particular Solar, Offshore wind etc.

23 THANK YOU

24 NTPC Limited - An Overview

25 NTPC’s Growth Journey Today * 1975 NTPC incorporated 1997 Became a Navratna Company 2004 Listed on Indian Stock Exchanges (GoI holding 89.5%) Listed on Indian Stock Exchanges (GoI holding 89.5%) 2010 Became a Maharatna Company GOI divested 5% equity Became a Maharatna Company GOI divested 5% equity 1982 First 200 MW unit commissioned 2013 GOI further divested 9.5% equity *Includin g 95 MW Solar PV

26 National /Global Ranking The largest Power Generator in India 424 th largest company in the world (FORBES ranking – 2014) Tenth largest power generator in the world No.1 IPP in world (Platts-250 ranking–2013) No.1 IPP in world (Platts-250 ranking–2013) Source: Platts, Forbes, International Consultant, CEA, The Economic Times & Great Place to Work Institute Inc. Third largest Power Generator in Asia Ranked 42 nd Best Company to Work For in India ( Best among the public sector companies) (The Economic Times and Great Places to Work Institute-2014) Ranked 42 nd Best Company to Work For in India ( Best among the public sector companies) (The Economic Times and Great Places to Work Institute-2014)

27 21 Joint Ventures and 4 Subsidiaries For Synergistic Business Diversification Group NTPC Power GenerationPower TradingPower DistributionPower Equipment ManufacturingPower ServicesCoal Mining NTPC Limited

28 The Largest Power Generator in India No. of plantsCapacity (MW) Share NTPC Owned Coal1733, % Gas/Liquid fuel % Solar7950.2% Sub-Total3137, % Owned by JVs Coal % Gas % Sub-Total % Total3843, %

29 With 18% share in installed capacity, NTPC Group’s contribution in electricity generation is 26% NTPC NTPC GROUP NTPC’s coal based stations registered a PLF of 81.5% against the national average of 65.5%

30 Talcher power station has an average life of ~40 years ASIAN POWER PLANT OF THE YEAR AWARD 2006 BY ASIAN POWER MAGAZINE TO FEROZE GANDHI UNCHAHAR TPS Turnaround capability PLF

31  JICA President’s award for Simhadri project  IPMA award for Dadri Project Stage-II in the year 2011  IPMA award for Simhadri project in the year  IPMA award for Vindhyachal project in the year Project Management Unit Commissioning (Achieving Full Load) Time in Months from investment approval State-of-the-art Project Monitoring Center

32 Strong balance sheet (FY14) Total Income Profit After Tax 12.9% INR Crores Net Worth Rs 85,815 Cr. Net Worth Rs 85,815 Cr. Total Assets Rs. 1,79,554 Cr. Total Assets Rs. 1,79,554 Cr. Paid up equity Rs Cr. Paid up equity Rs Cr. 8.5% Reduced PAT due to exceptional item in FY13

33 10%  Talent pool of ~25,000 employees  Power Management Institute (PMI) – Playing a pivotal role in individual and organizational learning.  Training Simulators for 660 MW / 500 MW / 200 MW coal and gas based plants  Talent pool of ~25,000 employees  Power Management Institute (PMI) – Playing a pivotal role in individual and organizational learning.  Training Simulators for 660 MW / 500 MW / 200 MW coal and gas based plants Human Capital 2014

34 34 Our Vision “To be the world’s largest and best power producer, powering India’s growth”

35 Today ~43 GW* Today ~43 GW* Coal Gas Nuclear Hydro Renewables 2032 ~ 128 GW 2032 ~ 128 GW Planning for Accelerated Growth Capacity under construction: ~22 GW * 95MW Solar PV Projects

36 36 Implementing high efficiency technology Sustainable Power Development… Hydro, Renewable & Nuclear Energy forays  1499 MW hydro capacity under construction  Developing Wind and Solar capacities – 1000 MW by 2017  Anushakti Vidhyut Nigam Ltd. - JV company formed with NPCIL for nuclear power development - NTPC(49% ) & NPCIL( 51%) NTPC along-with IGCAR & BHEL developing material for Advanced Ultra-Super-Critical Technology

37 Intend to invest up to 1% of distributable profit for R&D Activities and Climate Change studies  ECBC (Energy Conservation Building Code) compliant building  ISO/NABL Certified Labs Research & Technology Development NTPC Energy Technology Research Alliance Focus Areas Efficiency & Availability Improvement and Cost Reduction Renewables and Alternate Energy Climate Change and Environment Scientific Support to Stations

38 Majority of the future coal based capacities will be based on super critical technology Technology choices Ambient Air Quality Monitoring System(AAQMS) installed in NTPC stations Monitoring Systems Online energy management system to reduce auxiliary power consumption Energy Audits Energy Conservation Creation of green wealth of ~19 million trees Afforestation 38 Sensitivity towards Environment

39 Sri Lanka 2x250 MW coal based power project in Trincomalee through a JV Co. with Ceylon Electricity Board. Bangladesh  1320 MW Coal Based Power Plant at Khulna being Developed through a 50:50 JV Co. with BPDB on BOO basis  NVVN appointed for supplying Power to Bangladesh Sri Lanka 2x250 MW coal based power project in Trincomalee through a JV Co. with Ceylon Electricity Board. Bangladesh  1320 MW Coal Based Power Plant at Khulna being Developed through a 50:50 JV Co. with BPDB on BOO basis  NVVN appointed for supplying Power to Bangladesh 39 Tapping Global Business

40 Women Empowerment Providing Health Care Reaching out to the differently-abled Promoting Employability & bridging skill gaps Preserving Heritage 40 Committed for Inclusive Growth

41 Consistent Independent Recognition of NTPC’s Excellence Dun & Bradstreet American Express Corporate Award PLATTS TOP 250 GLOBAL ENERGY COMPANY Greentech Environment Excellence Award SCOPE Excellence Award IEEMA POWER AWARD IPMA AWARD CII - ITC SUSTAINA BILITY AWARD Project Management Environment Management Corporate Finance Leading Power Company Best CFO ICAI AWARD ICSI National Award For Excellence in Corporate Governance Corporate Governance Corporate Excellence Awards and Accolades

42 NTPC Limited ( A Government of India Enterprise)


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