Public Sector

NTPC’s initiative to reduce greenhouse gas GHG emission

NTPC's initiative to reduce greenhouse gas GHG emission

NTPC’s initiative to reduce greenhouse gas GHG emission from its thermal power plants

New Delhi: NTPC’s initiative to reduce greenhouse gas GHG emission from its thermal power plants –┬áNTPC starts on Biomass co-firing and carbon-neutral technology, to lessen ozone harming substance GHG discharge from its nuclear energy stations, NTPC plans to use paddy straw and other agro buildup based pellets alongside coal for power age through biomass co-firing – an UNFCCC perceived technology planned to diminish fossil fuel byproduct. Biomass is a sustainable product of energy by prudence of being a carbon-neutral fuel.

NTPC has effectively forayed into the obtainment of biomass pellet for a huge scope to utilize it with coal. The incorporated energy organization gave a delicate for acquirement of 20 MMT biomass pellet for a very long time (for example 5 MMTPA) for its 17 undertakings. Under transient agreements granted in 14 power plants for 4.56 LMT, NTPC has effectively terminated over 30000 MT biomass pellet at its 7 power stations.

To make it simpler for us to see how biomass co-firing incorporates with coal, the Corporate Fuel Management group has composed with the Dadri Fuel Management/Chemistry group and built up a short film on biomass co-firing.

This film expects to make the crowd aware of biomass co-firing and carbon-neutral technology. It likewise exhibits NTPC’s initiative on biomass co-firing. Further, the film plans to affect the crowd to comprehend the cycles associated with co-firing for creating power, its impact on the climate and how biomass co-firing can be an expected product of mass generation of work in the rural area.

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