Tata Power’s subsidiary to set up a solar power plant in Maharashtra

TP Saurya (TPSL), the wholly-owned subsidiary of Tata Power has received the Letter of Intent (LOI) from Maharashtra State Power Generation Corporation for setting up a 250 megawatt (MW) grid-connected solar photovoltaic power plant in Maharashtra.

The plant will be situated at the Dondaicha Solar Park in Dhule District of Maharashtra and Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company has conveyed consent to purchase power generated from the plant, said the official press release.

The project has been awarded to TPSL through tariff-based competitive bidding followed by e-reverse auction.

“The project will further promote the share of renewable power in the overall energy mix in Maharashtra,” said Praveer Sinha, chief executive officer, and managing director, Tata Power.

The project is to be commissioned within 15 months from the date of power purchase agreement execution.

“We are proud to win this large-scale grid-connected solar photovoltaic EPC power project. We are one of the leaders in solar power and committed to ushering in an era of clean energy in the country,” said Sinha in a statement. With this, the total renewable capacity of Tata Power will reach 4,611 MW with an installed capacity of 2,947 MW and 1,664 MW under implementation.

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