Tata Power Renewable commissions 110 MW solar project for Kerala State Electricity Board


Tata Power announced today its arm Tata Power Renewable Energy has commissioned a 110 MW solar power project in the Bikaner district of Rajasthan. The project will supply 110 MW of green power to the Kerala State Electricity Board

The project is expected to generate around 211 million units of electricity and reduce carbon footprint by 258,257 metric tonnes annually.  

The plant is built with 259,272 bifacial mono PERC half-cell modules. “It was completed within a stipulated period of 7 months despite the various challenges such as tough land topography, extreme weather conditions, temperatures touching 50+ degrees, the coldest of winters and sandstorms, along with adverse geopolitical challenges,” stated Tata Power.

With this installation, Tata Power Renewable Energy’s total renewables capacity has swelled to 6,788 MW, including an installed capacity of 4,047 MW (3,106 MW solar and 941 MW wind) and 2,741 MW under various stages of implementation.


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