This is a direct non-sovereign loan to NTPC Limited (formerly known as the National Thermal Power Corporation), majority state-owned by the Government of India. As the largest power generator in India, NTPC's operations and expansion plans are critical to reducing peak power demand and energy deficits that are forecast persist for at least several more years. NTPC is a financially sound enterprise with a strong balance sheet, an effective governance structure and experienced management. Although an SOE, NTPC is operated as an independent commercial entity.
Latest Project Documents
|NTPC Capacity Expansion Financing Facility||Oct 2013|
|NTPC Capacity Expansion Financing Facility||Jun 2006|
|Sipat Super Thermal Power Project (Stage I and II) and Kahalgaon Super Thermal Power Project (Stage II)||Mar 2006|
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