NTPC chairman visits thermal power project site

NTPC Chairman Gurdeep Singh inspecting the site for the proposed super thermal power project in Ramagundam on Thursday.— Photo: By Arrangement  

National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) Chairman and Managing Director Gurdeep Singh on Thursday inspected the proposed site for setting up Telangana super thermal power project (TSTPP) phase-I of 1600 MWs (2 x 800 MW), for which the foundation stone would be laid by Prime Minister Narendra Modi very soon.

The NTPC C&MD arrived at NTPC Ramagundam Permanent Township (PTS) in a special helicopter from Hyderabad. On his arrival, he inspected the site for the TSTPP stage-I and interacted with the NTPC officials on the premises. He said that the NTPC Ramagundam would be one of the biggest thermal power stations in the country with the Telangana super thermal power project coming up very soon.

Mr. Gurdeep Singh also inspected the control rooms of Ramagundam super thermal power station and enquired about the power generation. Later, he held a review meeting with senior executives and also interacted with the office-bearers of various trade unions and associations. He also participated in the corporate social responsibility programme of distributing books and book shelves to eight libraries and five government schools on the occasion.

Addressing the employees, the C&MD termed the Ramagundam station as world class on all fronts. He advised the employees to generate electricity reliably and efficiently to remain as leader in the sector as well as meeting future challenges. Director (operations) K.K. Sharma, Regional Executive director (south) R. Venkateshwaran, NTPC Ramagundam ED Prasant Kumar Mohapatra, ED (south) V.B. Fadnavis and others were also present.

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