Tata Power Renewables Commissions 120 MW solar project in Gujarat
New Delhi: Tata Power Renewable Energy Limited (TPREL), a wholly owned Tata Power subsidiary, has completed a 120MW solar project at Mesanka, Gujarat.
The historic project would generate 305247 MWh per year for the Gujarat government (GUVNL). Approximately 3.81 lakh modules were utilised in the installation, and the project is expected to save up to 1.03 lakh tonnes of CO2 each year. The project used thin-film glass on glass modules with varied wattages and harnesses with capacities ranging from 440Wp to 460Wp.
“We are happy to announce the commissioning of the 120 MW solar project at Mesanka, Gujarat within a short space of five months,” stated Dr. Praveer Sinha, CEO&MD, Tata Power, speaking about the project commissioning. We’ve cemented our position as a leading renewable energy provider with unrivalled expertise across the solar EPC value chain, and we’re dedicated to helping India reach its clean energy ambitions.”
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Tata Power today has 3,520 MW of renewable energy capacity in operation, with 2,588 MW of solar and 932 MW of wind.
“Renewable energy is the way of the future,” says the author. Every project Tata Power Renewables completes strengthens our status as one of the country’s leading renewable energy companies. Our skilled project execution team has a lot of expertise with unusual and difficult assignments. As a result, we approach each problem as a new opportunity to test our limits. The commissioning of the 120MW project in Mesanka, Gujarat, reaffirms our commitment to a sustainable future.” Mr. Ashish Khanna, President – Renewables, Tata Power, added his two cents.
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