Tata Power’s gen­er­a­tion ca­pac­ity stands at 11974 mil­lion units in FY15

Power Watch India - - DESPATCHES NATIONAL -

Tata Power an­nounced that the com­pany’s stand­alone gen­er­a­tion ca­pac­ity stands at 11974 mil­lion units (MUs) in FY15. The com­pany, to­gether with all its sub­sidiaries and jointly con­trolled en­ti­ties, has an in­stalled gen­er­a­tion ca­pac­ity of 8750 MW from var­i­ous fuel sources such as ther­mal (coal, gas and oil), hy­dro­elec­tric power, re­new­able energy (wind and so­lar PV) and waste heat re­cov­ery, thereby, re­in­forc­ing its po­si­tion as the largest in­te­grated power com­pany in In­dia.

Anil Sar­dana, MD and CEO, Tata Power, said, “We have been con­sis­tently achiev­ing sig­nif­i­cant mile­stones and will con­tinue to en­hance our gen­er­a­tion port­fo­lio. We are glad that all our oper­a­tions have per­formed well and have demon­strated a ro­bust growth. We will con­tinue in our en­deav­our to fur­ther strengthen our oper­a­tions with ex­cel­lence and op­ti­mally utilise our re­sources to boost the gen­er­a­tion ca­pac­ity to 18000 MW and 4000 MW of dis­tri­bu­tion by 2022.” In two re­lated de­vel­op­ments, Tata Power has a to­tal in­stalled ca­pac­ity of 8750 MW, of which clean and green energy con­sti­tutes 1383 MW and af­ter im­ple­ment­ing its ‘Is­land­ing Sys­tem’ in Mum­bai and Jamshed­pur, the com­pany has now ex­tended this in­no­va­tive con­cept to the city of Hal­dia. Dr Arup Roy Choud­hury, CMD, re­cently re­ceived the D&B (Dun & Brad­street) Cor­po­rate Award 2015 for ex­em­plary per­for­mance of NTPC as leader of the power sec­tor. The award was pre­sented by Yash­want Sinha, for­mer fi­nance min­is­ter and vet­eran Par­lia­men­tar­ian at a func­tion held in Mum­bai. Bibek De­broy, em­i­nent economist and Per­ma­nent Mem­ber of NITI Aayog and Bob Car­ri­gan, Pres­i­dent, CEO and Di­rec­tor, Dun & Brad­street Cor­po­ra­tion were with him on the oc­ca­sion. The award fe­lic­i­tated In­dia’s lead­ing com­pa­nies and cor­po­rate en­ti­ties hav­ing a stel­lar track record.

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