Tata Power Solar receives LoA for NTPC project worth Rs 1,730 cr
Tata Power Solar on Tuesday said it has received the Letter of Award (LoA) to build the 300 MW CPSU-II for NTPC at an all-inclusive price of Rs 1,730.16 crore. Tata Power Solar is an integrated solar company and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tata Power.
Tata Power reaches agreement with states, won’t shut Mundra UMPP
The agreement was arrived with the intervention of Union power ministry at a...
Liquidity could be a worry for power sector, but it’s business as usual otherwise: Praveer Sinha
Govt should give some concessions by way of ...
ReNew’s Rs 2.9/unit bid death knell for thermal power projects: Experts
“We have been able to structure our project in such a way that we will be able to deliver 80% of annual capacity utilisation factor to the buying discoms using 100% renewable energy," ReNew Power chairman and managing director Sumant Sinha told ET after his firm bagged the contract for supply of 400-mw round the clock renewable energy.
Tata Power hopes to get commitment from all states on Mundra tariff hike: Praveer Sinha
Tata Power chief executive shares his view on the impact of Covid-19 on the power sector.
Tata Power betting on $1 billion divestment to reduce debt: Praveer Sinha
The money will be used for repaying our debt and making our balance sheet much stronger. We started the deleveraging and the divestment process nearly one-and-a-half-year ago. This financial year from April onwards, there was a marginal increase in generation and consumption of electricity. In the next 12-18 months, we expect a very strong performance, says Tata Power CEO & MD.
Tata Power eyes Rs 3,000-crore divestment, revamp of green assets to cut debt
The company, which has an installed capacity of 12,742 MW, aims at raising Rs 3,000 crore from divestment of assets in 2020-21, despite the disruption caused by Covid-19 pandemic in the global economy, managing director Praveer Sinha told ET.
Tata Power to manage power distribution in central Odisha from June 1
The five circles consist of Bhubaneshwar, Cuttack, Puri, Paradip and Dhenkanal. As per order issued by the Odisha Electricity Regulatory Commission (OERC) on May 28, 2020, Tata Power will hold 51% equity with management control and the state-owned GRIDCO will have the remaining 49% equity stake in the company, an official statement said.
Tata Power bags 25-yearr Odisha discom licence for Rs 175 crore
Tata Power has emerged as the successful bidder for the acquisition of CESU Power Distribution in Odisha and thereby own license for distribution and retail supply of electricity in Odisha's five circles together constituting Central Electricity Supply Utility of Odisha (CESU). The license is being offered for 25 years initially.
Green companies see ₹90,000-crore discom package boosting business
Renewable energy companies expect a boost to their business as well from the ₹90,000 crore liquidity support the government announced on Wednesday for power distribution companies.
Shardul Thakur pitches for green energy
Tata Power India has signed on the Indian cricket team’s fast bowler, Shardul Thakur to represent and stand for the company’s values of being green and environment friendly.
ETPWLA 2020: Gautam Sinha on impact of gender diversity for organizations
In conversation with the Jury of ETPrime Women Leadership Awards 2020, Gautam Sinha, CEO of Times Internet Limited. The ETPrime Women Women ...
Greenko, ReNew win world’s largest renewable-cum-storage based firm supply tender for 1.2 GW
While Hyderabad headquartered Greenko has been awarded 900 MW after quoting a peak power tariff rate of Rs 6.12 (~$0.086)/ kWh, ReNew Power will supply the residual 300 MW. Its bid for peak tariff came at Rs 6.85 (~$0.096)/ kWh. The renewable power from these projects will be firm, predictable, and will meet the peak requirements of several north India state DISCOMs.
Tata Power introduces employee safety measures
“We have a dedicated workforce that is working tirelessly to provide seamless power supply to all vital institutions and millions of Indians quarantined at home,” said Praveer Sinha, MD & CEO, Tata Power. “The company is taking adequate measures to mitigate the risk of exposure for their employees,” he added.
Sonakshi Sinha extends support to corona warriors, will help raise funds for PPE kits for healthcare workers
The 32-year-old actor urged her fans to come forward to help the healthcare staff.
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