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Tata Power signs PPA with SJVN to set up 460MW renewable-energy project
Transactions - MAY 10, 2024

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Tata Power signs PPA with SJVN to set up 460MW renewable-energy project

by Kali Persall

Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd. (TPREL), an entity in India’s renewable-energy landscape and a subsidiary of The Tata Power Co., has signed a power-purchase agreement (PPA) with SJVN, an Indian public-sector undertaking (PSU), for a 460-megawatt firm and dispatchable renewable-energy (FDRE) project.

The plant is anticipated to generate approximately 3,000 mega units of power while offsetting around 2200 million kilograms of carbon-dioxide emissions annually. The plant integrates solar, wind and battery-storage technologies to ensure efficient energy dispatch during peak hours, thereby stabilizing the grid. FDRE enables round-the-clock power supply, assisting distribution companies (Discoms) in fulfilling renewable purchase obligations (RPO) and energy-storage obligations (ESO).

This marked TPREL’s inaugural success in the FDRE tender, highlighting its commitment to providing reliable and sustainable energy solutions.

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