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Tata Power, India’s largest integrated power utility, announced that over 37 consumers with a consumption of more than 19 MUs have opted for ‘Green Power’, this includes some of the leading IT firms, Banks and Consumer Business Group situated in Mumbai. In line with its commitment and basis the permission granted by the honourable MERC to provide 100 percent ‘Green Power’ in March’21,Tata Power initiated the process of empowering its customers with sustainable ‘Green’ growth from April’21.
Consumers who wish to receive ‘Green Power’ are paying ‘Green tariff’ as approved by the honourable MERC. These customers have been sent their first ‘Green Bill’ for consumption 100 percent ‘Green Power’ for the past month.
The company endeavors to provide 100 percent Green Power to commercial & industrial organisations as well as residential customers who are committed towards the cause of sustainability and are keen to reduce their carbon footprint. The initiative of the company has received an overwhelming responses from its customers, it has been receiving many queries regarding the new services.
To be able to provide detailed understanding on the subject, customers can either reach out to Tata Power on its 24×7 toll free number or WhatsApp number. They can also write to their customer care department.
Speaking on this Initiative, Mr. Sanjay Banga, President T&D, Tata Power, said, “We at Tata Power have always strived to provide our customers with innovative solutions and empowered them with emerging technologies. With the continued thrust for sustainable and Green Power, we are glad to collaborate with our customers in their goal to reduce their carbon footprint and reaffirm the Tata Group’s commitment for sustainability. We look forward to more such customers to come forward and opt for Green Power and contribute towards a sustainable future.”
Tata Power in its commitment towards sustainability has consistently focused on providing its customer base with new green offerings like Solar Microgrids, EV Charging and Solar Rooftop Services. On the eve of “World Environment Day”, Tata Power felicitated first set of Green Power Consumers with Green Certificate and memento.
Today, Tata Power has a 31% clean energy portfolio and aims to increase its clean energy share by 40-50 % by 2025. The power major is steadily improving itself on the sustainability front and is progressively improving its environmental, social and governance (ESG) rating (MSCI-BB). It has identified eight focus areas – renewable footprint, carbon emission, resource availability, waste management and bio diversity to make it to the top of the list. Further, it aims to enter the Dow Jones Sustainability Index Emerging Market List by FY25. The company adheres to the global safety standards, promotes product and operational safety and encourages the active participation of every employee. It has also created a healthy work environment that complements its superior business performance.