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Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL

Presented by Saurav kumar


The Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) is a governmentowned corporation of India based in Mumbai.

Company was registered as a Public Limited Company under the Companies Act, 1956 in September 1987 .

Shri K.C. Purohit Chairman & Managing Director Shri S. A. Bhardwaj Director, Technical Shri Preman Dinaraj Director, Finance Shri G. Nageswara Rao Director, Operations Shri S.B. Agarkar Director, HR

Shri Srikar R. Pai Company Secretary

To maximize the power generation and profitability from nuclear power stations with the motto safety first and production next. To continue and strengthen the environmental protection measures relating to nuclear power generation. To continue and strengthen quality assurance activities relating to nuclear power program.

To share appropriate technological skills and expertise at national and international levels.
To bring about modernisation and technological innovation in activities. To coordinate and endeavor to keep the sustained association with the other units of DAE.

Nuclear Power - An Inevitable Option

Nuclear energy will continue to be an inevitable option for India as other alternative renewable energy sources, including solar, will take few more years to establish as a commercially viable technology, according to scientists.

Operating Performance

Safety Performance

PARTNERSHIPS : SYNERGY FOR ENERGY NPCIL has signed an MoU with Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), another premier public sector company, to enter into a Joint Venture for carrying out engineering, procurement and construction activities Newer Realms of Energy Synergising human effort with the forces of nature, NPCIL continues its quest for energy is cater to the nation's growing needs.

TAPPING CLEAN, GREEN ENERGY Our responsibilities towards generating more clean energy and our business sense have propelled us to diversify into wind and hydro power

Present Power Scenario

Total installed capacity- 145 GWe Per capita consumption 700 KWh
Nuclear 4.1 GWe 3% Renewa bles 8%

Captive generation- 15 GWe

Sector-wise Generation
Hydro 25%

Central (34%) 48,470 MWe State (52%) 75,837 MWe Private (13%) 21,246 MWe

Coal 53% Gas 10%

Diesel 1%

Present resource utilisation

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Future Forecast
Integrated Energy Policy projections for next 25 years. To meet 7-9 % GDP growth To raise per capita consumption to 1000 KWh
Hydro 21%
Renewable s 14%

Coal 39%

Nuclear 63 GWe 9%

Insitu Coal Gas 3%

Natural Gas 10%

Coal Bed Methane 4%

Total installed capacity 0f 700 GWe by 2032