INOX Air Products (INOXAP), India’s largest manufacturer of industrial and medical gases, has joined hands with Tata Power Renewable Energy to set up a 40 MWp solar plant for self-consumption. Tata Power Renewable Energy will implement the project at Dhule, Maharashtra, through its special purpose vehicle TP Saurya Bandita. The solar project would cater to the energy needs of the air separation units operated by INOXAP in Maharashtra.
“This project aligns with INOX Air Products’ long-term strategy to reduce dependency on fossil fuels, lower the carbon footprint, and manufacture green medical and industrial gases. The solar power from this plant would allow INOXAP to reduce its carbon footprint by 48,000 tons annually,” stated INOX Air Products.
Tata Power Renewable Energy, a subsidiary of Tata Power Co., has a renewable energy portfolio of 6,530 MW with an operational capacity of 3,918 MW (2,990 MW solar and 928 MW wind) and 2,612 MW under various stages of implementation.
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