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Tata Power Renewable Energy to develop 255MW solar-wind hybrid project in India

Indian integrated power company Tata Power has announced plans to develop a 255MW hybrid solar and wind project in India.

The renewable energy subsidiary of the company will develop the project in the state of Karnataka.

According to the company, the project will comprise 85MW of solar PV and 170MW of wind generation capacity. The contract also includes greenshoe option for an additional 85MW of solar.

It informed that the Tata Power DDL will offtake the power generated at the hybrid project.

Ashish Khanna, CEO, Tata Power Renewable Energy Limited, was quoted in a statement, “We are pleased to facilitate Tata Power-DDL’s clean energy requirements with the 255MW hybrid power project. We envision that this association will also encourage other discoms in the country to enhance the share of sustainable energy in their overall energy mix and contribute towards the country’s net zero emission target.”

To be noted, India currently aims to reach net zero by 2070.

With the latest contract, Tata Power Renewable Energy’s total renewables portfolio has reached over 6GW including 3.8GW installed and around 2.1GW under construction and development.

The company has planned to raise its renewables portfolio in the state of Rajasthan to 10GW in the next 5 years.


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