Tata Power has announced that its Tata Power Renewable Energy unit has commissioned a 120 MW solar project in the Indian state of Gujarat.
The solar installation, located in the village of Mesanka, in Bhavnagar district, uses 381,000 PV modules. It is expected to produce around 305 GWh of annual electricity supply to the state distribution company, Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd., helping to offset up to 103,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions per year. Thin-film glass-on-glass modules with peak output of 440 W to 460 W have been used in the project, which was commissioned in just five months.
With this new installation, Tata Power’s operational renewables capacity has swelled to 3.52 GW, including 2.59 GW of solar and 932 MW of wind. Its total renewables portfolio stands at 4.92 GW, with 1.4 GW of projects under various stages of implementation.
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