Tata Power is India’s largest private power utility. Tata Power as an experienced project developer has identified the key challenges and opportunities in the RE space in project execution. The company said that it would focus on the top three renewable technologies of solar, geothermal and wind as far as it is concerned in India.
Tata Power has set a target of having 30% of total capacity from “no-carbon power” by 2017 and has earlier talked about plans to add 100MW to 150MW of wind capacity every year.
In line with their earlier announcements, the company said it will invest Rs1,300-crore in FY 12 to add 185 MW generation capacity from wind and solar energy.
According to reports, Tata Power, today said it plans to commission its total 150 MW wind power capacity set up in Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu by December-end.
The company had placed an order for 150 MW additional wind capacity to be set up in Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu of which 45 MW has already commissioned in April 2011 and the balance is expected to be commissioned till December-end, a press release issued here said.
Presently, Tata Power has an installed wind power capacity of 273 MW and plants spread across four states including Maharashtra, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.