NTPC at a UN Dialogue Declared its Energy Compact Goals for Sustainability

The National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) Limited, India’s largest power generating business, has become the first energy corporation in India to declare its Energy Compact Goals as part of the United Nations High-Level Dialogue on Energy (HLDE).

According to a ministry press release, NTPC has set a goal of installing 60 Giga Watts (GW) of renewable energy capacity by 2032. By 2032, India’s top power generator wants to reduce its net energy intensity by 10%.

NTPC is one of the few companies in the world to make its Energy Compact Goals public. NTPC has also stated that by 2025, it will form at least two worldwide alliances/groups to enhance clean energy research and promote sustainability along the energy value chain. The goals were revealed at a recent session called “Ministerial Thematic Forums for the HDLE.” NTPC’s promise has also been made public on the UN’s website.

In September 2021, the United Nations will hold a high-level meeting to support the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development’s energy-related goals and targets. NTPC has taken a number of initiatives to expand its green energy portfolio, including adding considerable renewable energy (RE) capacity.

By 2032, the business had expected to have a minimum of 32 GW capacity from renewable energy sources, accounting for approximately 25% of its total power-producing capacity. This development will be a big boost for the country’s greatest energy producer, catapulting its place on the country’s green energy map.

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