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Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd., (TPREL), India’s largest renewable energy company and a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Power, has commissioned 100 MW/138MWp project for Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited (MSEDCL) in Partur, Maharashtra.
It is composed of more than 4,11,900 monocrystalline PV modules. The project is expected to reduce CO2 emissions by around 234 millions tons annually.
Tata Power Solar Systems Limited was responsible for the execution of the project, which was completed within the timeframe of 3.5 months on 600 acres of Tata Power land.
TPREL’s experienced team of engineers performed synchronized activities and mobilized workers within a short time span to ensure the timely execution of the project. The team completed the entire CMCS, Switchyard and PV area civil activities within the first two months. In the next one and a half months, they also managed to complete AC readiness for all blocks with 60 MWp MMS installation and 50 MWp module installation.
“The extraordinary project execution skills of Tata Power is evident in the rapid commissioning of MSEDCL. It would allow Maharashtra to contribute to India’s ambitious renewable energies ambitions by increasing its share in the overall energy mix,” stated Dr. Praveer Sinha CEO & MD of Tata Power.
Tata Power’s renewables capacity now stands at 3,620 MW, with 2,688 MW Solar and 932 MW Wind.
Tata Power has 4,920 MW total renewable capacity, with 1,300 MW of projects in various stages of development.