Tata Power crosses 2GW of wind and solar

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Tata has another 500MW under construction. Credit: Tata

Indian energy giant Tata Power has surpassed 2GW of wind and solar energy capacity including 933MW of solar.

The company’s 3,141MW clean energy portfolio is as follows:

Solar 933MW
Wind 1,140MW
Waste heat recovery/BFG 375MW
Hydro 693MW

Tata has another 500MW under construction and it has a commitment to generate 30% to 40% of its power through renewables by 2025. It added 1,350MW of renewable capacity during the year.

Anil Sardana, CEO and managing director, Tata Power, said: “We are happy to announce that Tata Power has registered a strong growth in renewables, which is one of our key focus areas through our recent acquisition of solar assets.”

Last year Tata bought Welspun Renewable Energy (WREPL), which had a 1,140MW project portfolio

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