Tata Power, Dugar Group tie up on solar deployment in Nepal


Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd (TPREL) has signed an agreement with Dugar Power, an arm of Nepal’s business house Dugar Group, to collaborate on solar deployment in Nepal. This tie-up marks TPREL’s entry into Nepal’s rapidly evolving renewable energy sector.

 TPREL is an arm of Tata Power Co. Ltd, one of India’s largest integrated power companies.

 “This alliance empowers Dugar Power to achieve a significant milestone in integrating cutting-edge sustainable energy solutions within Nepal. The partnership is set to deploy transformative solar technologies to produce a range of on and off-grid energy solutions,” stated TPREL.

 “The agreement is designed to cater to Nepal’s diverse energy requirements, offering scalable solutions from 1 kW to MW levels. This opens up new horizons for TPREL to diversify its offerings, including supply cells and modules, engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC), as well as operations and maintenance (O&M) in Nepal.”

 TPREL has globally shipped over 3 GW of solar cells and modules. Globally, the company has executed projects like 3.411 MWp in the Netherlands, and 3.376 MWp in the USA. Dugar Power complements TPREL’s experience with its specialized expertise in Nepal’s renewable energy landscape.


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