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NHPC completed the signing of PSA and PPA with Discoms SPDs

NHPC completed the signing of PSA and PPA with Discoms SPDs

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The signing of PSA/PPA for 2000 MW solar power shall ensure the commissioning of these projects by march 2022 thus contributing to the ambitious target of the govt. of India for the development of 100 GW of solar energy by 2022.

New Delhi: NHPC has successfully completed the signing of PSA/PPA with Discoms/SPDs under the leadership and guidance of Shri A.K Singh CMD of NHPC on October 20, 2020, on back to back basis for entire 2000 MW solar power as an intermediary procure. The signing of PSA/PPA for 2000 MW solar power shall ensure the commissioning of these projects by march 2022 thus contributing to the ambitious target of the govt. of India for the development of 100 GW of solar energy by 2022.

National Hydroelectric Power Corporation Limited (NHPC) is an Indian Hydropower generation company that was incorporated in the year 1975 with an authorized capital of Rs. 2000 million and with an objective to plan, promote and organize an integrated and efficient development of hydroelectric power in all aspects. Later on, NHPC expanded its objects to include other sources of energy like Solar, Geothermal, Tidal, Wind etc.

CMD, Shri Abhay Kumar Singh had a vast experinece not only in the areas of Civil but also Hydro-Mechanical. He started his professional journey in 1985 with joining NHPC at Tanakpur HE Project (120 MW) as Probationary Executive. His persistent learning attitude coupled with the ability to multitask, resulted in he taking up various responsibilities of the project at a very early stage.

With his strategic thinking mindset, fact-based result oriented decision-making, he is not only able to utilise the available resources to the fullest but also is able to achieve targets ahead of schedule. In his 35 years of professional life, he has played pivotal roles in the setup of many Hydroelectric projects like Tanakpur Project (120 MW), Dhauliganga Project (280 MW), Teesta low dam stage IV (160 MW), Parbati Stage II (800 MW), Parbati Stage III (520 MW) and Kishanganga HE Project (330 MW) with responsibilities ranging from construction management of key project components to the Head of the Project (HoP) and Regional Head roles.

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