The company has installed solar, wind, and hydro-powered electric vehicle charging stations at residential societies, malls, commercial complexes, and petrol pumps in the city.
Pharmaceutical supplier Cipla says it has started operating an additional 16 MW of capacity at its 30 MW captive solar plant in Maharashtra. It has also switched on a hybrid captive plant in Karnataka, featuring 9 MW of solar and 2.7 MW of wind.
The solar installation, spread across 600 acres, will supply electricity to Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited (MSEDCL).
Indian developer Acme Solar has commissioned its largest single-location PV project so far. The solar project has a capacity of 300 MW and will supply electricity to Maharashtra.
Tata Motors’ passenger car manufacturing plant in Pune, Maharashtra, will house India’s largest solar project at a factory, at 17 MW.
Developer Amp Energy has completed a 45 MW corporate solar project within the scheduled timelines. The project will supply electricity to Cipla, Eternis Fine Chemicals, and Jubilant Ingrevia.
Tata Power has signed an agreement to set up 5,000 electric vehicle (EV) charging points across National Real Estate Development Council’s member properties in Maharashtra.
The PV plant, situated in Maharashtra, is owned and operated by Lightsource BP’s renewable energy arm Lightsource Renewable Energy (India) in finance partnership with UK government-funded green investment platform UKCI.
Renewable energy developers have until April 25 to lodge interest in developing a hybrid facility combining 1.5MW of hydroelectric generation capacity and 100MW of floating solar and the successful bidder will secure a 25-year power purchase agreement.