AMPIN Energy Transition wins its third consecutive utility bid within a month


AMPIN Energy Transition (formerly Amp Energy India) has won a 246 MWp wind-solar hybrid project in an auction by Solar Energy Corp. of India (SECI). The developer said the latest win has boosted its hybrid utility-scale project portfolio to 1.75 GWp, out of a total utility portfolio of 2.8 GWp+ and total utility and commercial & industrial portfolio of 3.5 GWp+.

This is AMPIN’s fourth hybrid project with SECI.

The project, with a contracted capacity of 150 MW, would require the installation of 246 MWp+ of wind and solar capacity. It will be designed for interconnection to the interstate transmission system (ISTS) network.

The project is expected to generate 485 million units of renewable energy, sufficient to power more than 3,00,000 households, significantly reducing around 448,000 tonnes of carbon emissions each year.

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