KPI Green Energy Limited has successfully charged a total of 61.97 MW capacity for its solar and wind-solar hybrid projects, according to a recent announcement. This includes 26.1 MW of wind-solar hybrid capacity for the Bhungar site in Mahuva, Bhavnagar, 1.01 MW of solar capacity in the Company’s IPP Segment, and 34.86 MW capacity in the Company’s CPP Segment.
The charging process marks an advanced stage of commissioning for these projects, which have also received approval from the Chief Electrical Inspector (CEIG). The projects have been completed through KPI Green Energy Limited’s own power generating asset portfolio, as well as its wholly-owned subsidiaries, M/s. KPIG Energia Private Limited and M/s. Sun Drops Energia Private Limited.
This development comes in compliance with Regulation 30 of SEBI (Listing Obligation and Disclosure Requirement) Regulations, 2015. The approval of CEIG for these projects is a significant step forward in KPI Green Energy Limited’s efforts to expand its sustainable energy portfolio in India. The Company remains committed to its mission of promoting renewable energy sources and reducing carbon emissions, contributing towards the global transition to a cleaner and more sustainable future.