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India’s Tata Power to raise up to 60% renewables capacity by 2025

By 2030, they plan to raise it to 25 GW.

The Indian power electric utility, Tata Power, plans to raise the share of renewables in its power mix to 50% to 60% by 2025 through its subsidiary, Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd.

According to a report from Enerdata, Tata Power targets 15 gigawatts (GW) of renewables capacity by 2025 and 25 GW by 2030.

The report further stated that the company has a domestic capacity of 12.8 GW from May 2021, of which 4.1 GW at the Mundra first Ultra Mega Power Project, a supercritical coal-fired power plant, as well as around 3.8 GW of renewables including hydropower.

Tata also has 480 megawatts abroad.

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