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Tata Power unit to develop 28 MW captive solar plant

This is in partnership with Sanyo Special Steel Manufacturing India.

TP Alpha Limited, a subsidiary of Tata Power Renewable Energy Limited (TPREL), entered a Power Delivery Agreement with Sanyo Special Steel Manufacturing India (SSMI) to set up a 28.125 MWAC Captive Solar Power Plant.

In a statement, Tata Power said the power plant located in Aachegaon, Dist- Solapur in Maharashtra can produce around 61.875 million units of electricity for SSMI annually.

The project is expected to start operations by March 2024.

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Tata Power added that the solar energy from the project will help cut SSMI’s carbon footprint by around 42,534 tonnes annually.

The project brings TPREL’s renewables capacity to 7,815 MW.


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