Nishant Kumar Sharma

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Nishant Kumar Sharma



Nishant Kumar Sharma is an enthusiastic Energy professional having more than 10 years of experience in the power sector. He is a Mechanical Engineer from NIT Jaipur, Post Graduate Diploma in Renewable energy from TERI University, New Delhi and currently Pursuing PGD in Business and Corporate Law from Symbiosis College, Pune.   Nishant is working at NTPC Ltd since July 2009, his experience covers a wide range of energy sectors which include Nuclear Power Plant, Thermal Power Plant, and Solar PV. While working in the above sectors he has worked in different departments which include Commissioning of Nuclear Power plant, Erection works of Boiler, and Main Plant Operations at Simhadri Thermal Power Plant, NTPC Ltd. He is a Certified Energy Auditor from the Bureau of Energy Efficiency, India. He has Published Poster at a conference in IISC Bangalore and Paper in IPS 2020 conference on Sustainable Energy and Hydrogen Economy.   He also has an interest in developing android applications, he has developed android applications on Quizzing for Plant & personnel safety and an SOS application for Girl Child safety.

NTPC Limited is an Indian Public Sector entity  engaged in the business ofelectricity generation and allied activities. It is  incorporated under the Companies Act 1956 and is promoted by the Government of India. The company's headquarters are in New Delhi. Sh. Gurdeep Singh is present Chairman and MD of NTPC Ltd. NTPC's core business is the generation and sale of electricity to state-owned power distribution companies and State Electricity Boards in India. The company also undertakes consultancy and turnkey project contracts that involve engineering, project management, construction management, and operation and management of power plants.  The company has also ventured into coal mining activities. It is the largest power company in India with electricity generating capacity of 62,110 MW. NTPC currently operates 45 power stations (24 Coal, 7 combined cycle gas/liquid fuel, 2 Hydro, 1 Wind, and 11 solar projects).It also has  9 coal, 4 combined cycle gas/liquid fuel, 9 Hydro, 2 Wind, and 1 Solar Projects  in joint ventures or through subsidiaries.

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