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Exploring Acquisitions in Renewable Energy : Tata Power

According to reports, with an installed capacity of over 10,500 MW, a non fossil fuel capacity of 3,060 MW and an aim to increase capacity up to 20,000 MW by 2025, Tata Power Limited, the country’s leading Independent Power Producer has a lot on its plate. After its several acquisitions, including the renewable portfolio of Welspun, it continues to hunt within and outside the country for business opportunities. In an interaction with BusinessLine, Anil Sardana, MD & CEO, Tata Power ... Read More »

Seeing the light

According to reports, the WTO dispute that India lost over solar power and the one that it has now filed against the U.S. are similar. It is best for both countries to find an amicable solution India and the U.S. have been filing a number of disputes against each other, challenging the other’s domestic content requirement in the renewable energy sector. The last was in September 2016 when India requested consultations with the U.S. under the dispute settlement system regarding ... Read More »

Renewable energy mission needs a robust grid network

According to reports, air pollution in Delhi and metropolitan cities of India has dominated much of the recent conversation in the judiciary, government and media. Half of the world’s 20 most polluted cities, according to World Health Organization, are in India and these cities are immensely contributing to climate change. On 2 October 2016, India ratified the Paris climate agreement, officially emphasizing its commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Nonetheless, just two years after embarking on the grand campaign to ... Read More »

Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd. synchronises 15 MW solar plant in Telangana

Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd. (TPREL), India’s largest renewable energy company and Tata Power’s wholly-owned subsidiary, on Thursday announced the synchronisation of its 15 MW solar plant at Belampally in Telangana, thereby starting its commercial operations. The project had been won by the Company in the Phase 1 bidding process in Telangana, and its commissioning is in keeping with the conditions and timelines in the PPA. With this development, Tata Power’s total installed operating capacity crossed 10, 500 MW mark. ... Read More »

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