Tata Power Renewable Energy has completed the construction of a 120 MW solar project in Masenka, Gujarat. Tata Power Renewable Energy Limited (TPREL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Power, has commissioned the solar project, which will generate 305247 MWh per year for the Gujarat Government (GUVNL), according to a company statement.
The installation used approximately 3.81 lakh modules, and the project will save up to 1.03 lakh tonnes of CO2 per year, according to the statement.
“We have cemented our position as a major renewable energy player with unrivalled expertise across the solar EPC value chain, and we are committed to continuing our unwavering efforts to assist India in meeting its clean energy targets.”” Tata Power’s CEO and MD, Dr. Praveer Sinha, stated.
“Every project Tata Power Renewables completes strengthens our position as one of the country’s leading renewable energy players.” Tata Power’s President – Renewables, Ashish Khanna, also commented.
In the project, thin-film glass-on-glass modules with wattages ranging from 440Wp to 460Wp and harnesses with capacities ranging from 440Wp to 460Wp were used.
Tata Power now has 3,520 MW of operational renewables capacity, including 2,588 MW of solar and 932 MW of wind, thanks to this 120 MW addition.
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