NTPC climbs up 52 positions to 433rd rank in Forbes’ “The Global 2000” List
NTPC Limited, India's largest power generation company, has made significant progress in Forbes' "The Global 2000" List for 2023, climbing 52 positions to reach the 433rd rank.
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This remarkable advancement showcases NTPC's growing influence and presence in the global market.
It is a testament to the company's consistent expansion, strong financial performance, and unwavering commitment to excellence.
"The Global 2000" List compiled by Forbes acknowledges the world's largest companies based on four key metrics: sales, profits, assets, and market value.
NTPC's significant climb in the rankings from the 485th position in 2022 to the 433rd position in 2023 underscores its exceptional performance across these metrics.
In addition to its global ranking, NTPC has also secured the 10th position among the largest Indian companies on the list, moving up one spot compared to the previous year.
NTPC formerly known as National Thermal Power Corporation of India is owned by the Government of India. It was established in 1975.
Vindhyachal Thermal Power Station in Singrauli district of Madhya Pradesh, with an installed capacity of 4,760 MW, is currently the largest thermal power plant in India.
It is a coal based power plant owned and operated by NTPC.
The company had a total installed commercial capacity of 69454 MW before the JPL deal.
Headquarters: New Delhi
Chairman and Managing Director: Gurdeep Singh
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