• Tata Power says generation capacity crossed 52,000 million units in FY17

    Tata Power, India’s largest integrated power company, today said it has crossed generation of 52,000 million units (MU), collectively from all its power plants in FY17. The company also reported capacity increase by 16 per cent in FY17 as compared to FY16.

    The company, together with all its subsidiaries and jointly controlled entities, has an installed generation capacity of 10,613 MW (as of May 2017) as compared to 9,180 MW in FY16 from various fuel sources such as thermal (coal, gas and oil), hydroelectric power, renewable energy (wind and solar PV) and waste heat recovery.

    Tata Power said the company’s consolidated generation through all its subsidiaries stood at 52,512 MU as compared to 47,347 MU in FY16.
    The company’s Mundra plant reported generation of 27,460 MU, while Maithon plant reported 7,357 MU. Trombay Thermal Power Station generated 6,394 MU, Jojobera Thermal Power Station generated 2,833 MU and Haldia reported generation of 779 MU.

    Industrial Energy Limited reported generation of 2,457 MU, TPREL generated 556 MU through clean sources of energy (Solar & Wind) and WREPL generated 884 MU.

    “The Company aims to pursue a well charted growth strategy by demonstrating a high level of commitment towards cleaner sources of generation thus increasing the share of non-fossil fuel based generation output to 35- 40% by 2025,” Ashok Sethi, Chief Operating Officer and Executive Director, Tata Power said.

    The company said Tata Power continues to be on the lookout for feasible organic and inorganic projects, both greenfield and brownfield, in India and abroad. Ty Montgomery Jersey

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