National Thermal Power Corporation Limited, a public sector company, has planned to raise fund worth Rs. 20,000 crores as being under Ministry of Power, here on Tuesday. The total amount would rise in partial manner such as 14,000 crores INR will be raised through a domestic market whereas rest of 6,000 crores INR will be taken from foreign bonds.
Coal India, a segment of NTPC announced its price risen by 6.3%, due to which the government is planning to generate 100-gigawatt solar power by the end of 2022. Country’s current electricity generation estimated to 24%. The installed capacity is 47,178 MW whereas the add-on capacity was 2,255 MW in the previous year 2015-16. The company would earn extra revenue approximately worth Rs. 3,234 crores during the fiscal year 2016-17. Along with it, they are trying to expand its operations for the production of fertilisers so as to assure returns from the invested business.
According to Gurdeep Singh, Managing Director and Chairman NTPC, Recent increases in the prices by Coal India would have some impact. As per our calculations the impact will be having approximately 7.8 paise (per unit). We can say 8 paise per unit that is the impact as by the recent price hike by Coal India, by the time it will go to the states it will depend upon state to state.
The total assets crossed 2 lakh crores INR in the present fiscal year, thus settling at Rs. 149 per share with 52 weeks high as in Bombay Stock Exchange. The increase of 0.65% presented as a book of value terms. The company’s approval of investments in two major solar projects comes at a combined cost of 3,104 crores INR. The stock’s price-to-earnings ratio is 11.92. The latest book value of the company is Rs 111.46 per share. At current value, the price-to-book value of the company is 1.33 as per rated scale.