Utility-Scale Energy projects in India face delays
POWER & RENEWABLE ENERGY

Utility-Scale Energy projects in India face delays

Pinaki Bhattacharyya, CEO and MD of AmpIn Energy Transition, highlighted the range of challenges that utility-scale projects in the energy sector grapple with in India. These issues, including policy shifts, regulatory hurdles, delayed signing of power purchase agreements (PPAs), land acquisition, and supply chain disruptions, often lead to project delays.

AmpIn Energy Transition, with a diversified portfolio across 17 Indian states, focuses on the renewable energy sector. While the company initially concentrated on solar energy, it now boasts a 3 GW portfolio serving both commercial and industrial (C&I) and utility customers.

Regarding land acquisition for solar farms, Bhattacharyya noted the company's commitment to sustainable and community-friendly practices, which can vary based on specific project requirements and regulatory guidelines.

To overcome these challenges, AmpIn Energy Transition prioritises transparency, legal compliance, and proactive community engagement, with a strong focus on corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs.

Bhattacharyya remains optimistic about the future and envisions AmpIn Energy Transition as a leader in India's renewable energy transition, with ambitions to achieve 10 GWp by 2030.

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Pinaki Bhattacharyya, CEO and MD of AmpIn Energy Transition, highlighted the range of challenges that utility-scale projects in the energy sector grapple with in India. These issues, including policy shifts, regulatory hurdles, delayed signing of power purchase agreements (PPAs), land acquisition, and supply chain disruptions, often lead to project delays. AmpIn Energy Transition, with a diversified portfolio across 17 Indian states, focuses on the renewable energy sector. While the company initially concentrated on solar energy, it now boasts a 3 GW portfolio serving both commercial and industrial (C&I) and utility customers. Regarding land acquisition for solar farms, Bhattacharyya noted the company's commitment to sustainable and community-friendly practices, which can vary based on specific project requirements and regulatory guidelines. To overcome these challenges, AmpIn Energy Transition prioritises transparency, legal compliance, and proactive community engagement, with a strong focus on corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs. Bhattacharyya remains optimistic about the future and envisions AmpIn Energy Transition as a leader in India's renewable energy transition, with ambitions to achieve 10 GWp by 2030.

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