Tata Power arm switches on 200 MW solar project in Rajasthan


TP Saurya Ltd, an arm of Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd, has switched on a 200 MW solar project in the Bikaner district of Rajasthan. It commissioned the plant for Tata Power Trading Co. Ltd.

The plant will be integrated into the central transmission utility (CTU) bus, ensuring efficient distribution of clean energy across the region. It is expected to generate 485 million units of electricity annually and help decrease the carbon footprint by 388,000 tonnes per year, stated the company.

The project involved the installation of 523,365 modules.

TP Saurya stated it was able to complete within the designated timeline despite adverse weather conditions with temperatures soaring to 50+ degrees Celsius, extreme cold winters, sandstorms, and geopolitical hurdles.

With this addition, Tata Power Renewable Energy’s total renewables portfolio has reached 9,018 MW. This includes 4,547 MW of projects under various stages of implementation and 4,471 MW of operating capacity (comprising 3,444 MW solar and 1,027 MW wind).

Tata Power Renewable Energy, a Tata Power company, develops solar, wind, hybrid, round-the-clock (RTC), peak, floating solar, and storage systems (including battery storage) projects. It also offers EPC and O&M solutions for utility-scale projects, solar rooftop, and solar pump systems. The company also has a 530 MW solar cell and 682 MW module manufacturing facility in Bengaluru and plans to set up a greenfield 4.3 GW solar cell and module plant in Tamil Nadu.


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