Tata Power Company has decommissioned ‘Unit 6’ of 500 megawatts at its Trombay thermal power plant in Mumbai, citing the high cost of generation and its inability to get a power purchase agreement after the earlier one expired in March 2018.
Power discom of the national capital, Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited (TPDDL), has become the first power utility in the country to deploy micro drones for the maintenance of its network. Small-sized drones
In line with the Union Government’s push towards transitioning to electric vehicles (EVs), the electricity generation major, Tata Power revealed on Wednesday (24 July) its plans to install 500 EV charging stations across five major Indian cities over the next one year, reports Hindu BusinessLine.
India’s largest private sector-integrated power company Tata Power, which is tackling a high debt burden, is in the fundraise mode and is exploring options to monetize its renewable energy assets through the infrastructure investment trust ( InvIT) route
TATA Power’s AGM meeting is underway in Mumbai in which a major decision to end building any new coal plant would be taken. The announcement will likely happen on Tuesday (June 18 ) at their 100th AGM in Mumbai.
Energy Major Tata Power said that company wholly-owned Subsidiary Tata Power Renewable Energy Limited (TPREL), has received a Letter of Award (LOA) from Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam
Tata Power Renewable Energy was the only developer to be granted capacity in the latest underwhelming procurement exercise to allocate projects at the unpopular Dholera solar park in Gujarat.
Tata Power, the country’s largest integrated power company, has drawn a blueprint to collapse several of its estimated 95-plus subsidiaries with an eye on profitability and a nimbler operational structure.
Tata Power — India’s largest integrated power company — has signed a binding agreement with an undisclosed firm to sell its 32 MW operating wind assets in Maharashtra for an undisclosed sum.
India’s largest private integrated power company — Tata Power — recently made it publicly clear that it will cease building new coal-fired power capacity, a report by US-based Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) said on Tuesday.