Tata Energy Photo voltaic luggage ‘India’s largest single EPC order’ of 1GW for US$715m


Tata Energy has been ramping up its investments in India at each ends of the availability chain. Picture: Tata Energy Photo voltaic.

Tata Energy Photo voltaic has landed what it claims to be India’s largest single photo voltaic EPC order of 1GW for roughly INR5500 crore (US$715 million) from Indian state-owned utility SJVN Ltd.

The challenge will use Indian cells and modules and is being developed underneath the nation’s Ministry of New and Renewable Vitality’s (MNRE) Central Public Sector Endeavor (CPSU) scheme.

The CPSU was designed to determine photo voltaic tasks utilizing home cells and modules in a “WTO compliant method” and runs till 2023, with the federal government of India funding as much as INR70 lakhs/MW (US$90,000/MW).

Situated within the photo voltaic hotspot state of Rajasthan, the place Tata Energy has just lately commissioned a 160MW photo voltaic farm, the challenge will probably be accomplished inside two years and can cowl greater than 5,000 acres of land, Tata Energy Photo voltaic mentioned.

“We’re proud to have gained this mega photo voltaic challenge from SJVN. Implementation of such a big challenge displays our dedication to the promotion of unpolluted and inexperienced vitality within the nation and strengthens our place because the main photo voltaic EPC participant,” mentioned Tata Energy CEO Praveer Sinha.

Following the cope with SJVN, the corporate’s order reserving has surpassed INR12,000 crore (US$1.5 billion) with a cumulative portfolio of greater than 9.3GW for utility scale renewables tasks.  

In April, Tata Energy introduced that it had commissioned a 300MW photo voltaic challenge within the Indian state of Gujarat, which it claimed was the nation’s largest single-axis photo voltaic tracker system. Later within the month, a consortium led by non-public fairness big BlackRock Actual Belongings acquired a ten.53% stake in Tata Energy Renewables by means of a INR4,000 crore (US$525 million) funding, with the funds used to assist its goal of reaching 20GW of renewables within the subsequent 5 years.

Father or mother firm Tata Energy is a stalwart of India’s photo voltaic sector, having almost 2.5GW of photo voltaic PV on-line within the nation and working at each ends of the worth chain.

In February, it acknowledged its intention to benefit from India’s manufacturing linked incentive (PLI) scheme and different coverage mechanisms because it units up new cell and module manufacturing capability within the nation. Tata Energy Photo voltaic didn’t disclose the place it intends to acquire the cells and modules for the challenge from.  



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