Amplus Solar to set up 200 MWp wind-solar hybrid project in Tamil Nadu


Amplus Solar, a Gurugram-headquartered distributed clean energy solutions provider, has announced it will build a 200 MWp open-access wind-solar power plant in Tamil Nadu in association with EverRenew, an NTC group EPC company. The plant, located in Tuticorin, is expected to generate about 450 million units of green electricity within the first year of its operation.  

The wind-solar hybrid in Tamil Nadu is Amplus’ second open-access project in the state.

Sharad Pungalia, managing director and chief executive officer of Amplus Solar, said, “Tamil Nadu has always been at the forefront of the renewable energy transition. We are happy to set up our first wind and solar hybrid with an experienced partner, EverRenew, in the state. Wind-solar hybrid has vast potential to enhance grid stability, and we look forward to setting up more such projects across the country in the coming years.”

The hybrid plant will combine the power from co-located solar panels and wind turbines to produce an uninterrupted supply of green energy for commercial and industrial consumers in the state.

Amplus Solar owns and manages a portfolio of over 1.4+ GW of distributed solar assets and serves 350+ Indian and multinational firms.   

Amplus Solar is a member of the Petroleum Nasional Berhad (PETRONAS) group in Malaysia and is headquartered in Gurugram, India, with regional offices in Bangalore, Mumbai, Pune, Bangkok, Dubai, and Kuala Lumpur. 


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