Tata Power targets 10,000 MW of clean energy in Rajasthan
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Tata Power targets 10,000 MW of clean energy in Rajasthan

Tata Power last week announced plans to develop around 10,000 MW of renewable energy capacity, mainly solar energy, in Rajasthan in the next five years, according to a company statement issued during the ongoing Invest Rajasthan summit in Jaipur.

It stated that the company plans to develop up to 8,000 MW of utility scale projects, 1,000 MW of solar rooftop and 1,50,000 solar pumps in the state.

Tata Power, along with its wholly-owned subsidiary Tata Power Solar, will expand its presence in the state to generate clean energy through solar power.

The company employs more than 4,500 people in the state, and its expansion projects will generate employment for more than 6,000-8,000 people in the next five years.

Dr Praveer Sinha, chief executive and managing director of Tata Power, said in the statement, “Both in terms of potential and what has been done so far, Rajasthan has today emerged as a role model to produce green energy through solar power. Tata Power is fully poised to make Rajasthan future-ready and realise its full potential and emerge as a green power house of the country. “We will continue to build on all three business - EPC, solar pump and solar rooftop - to the benefit of farmers, industries and common citizens of this frontier state."

See also:
MSEDCL seeks bids for 500 MW of wind-solar hybrid power
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Tata Power last week announced plans to develop around 10,000 MW of renewable energy capacity, mainly solar energy, in Rajasthan in the next five years, according to a company statement issued during the ongoing Invest Rajasthan summit in Jaipur. It stated that the company plans to develop up to 8,000 MW of utility scale projects, 1,000 MW of solar rooftop and 1,50,000 solar pumps in the state. Tata Power, along with its wholly-owned subsidiary Tata Power Solar, will expand its presence in the state to generate clean energy through solar power. The company employs more than 4,500 people in the state, and its expansion projects will generate employment for more than 6,000-8,000 people in the next five years. Dr Praveer Sinha, chief executive and managing director of Tata Power, said in the statement, “Both in terms of potential and what has been done so far, Rajasthan has today emerged as a role model to produce green energy through solar power. Tata Power is fully poised to make Rajasthan future-ready and realise its full potential and emerge as a green power house of the country. “We will continue to build on all three business - EPC, solar pump and solar rooftop - to the benefit of farmers, industries and common citizens of this frontier state. See also: MSEDCL seeks bids for 500 MW of wind-solar hybrid powerAdani Green sets up three subsidiaries

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