Private sector electricity generator Tata Power and Indraprastha Gas Ltd (IGL) today announced signing of a pact to jointly set up electric vehicle charging stations, battery swapping stations and rooftop solar power plants among other focus areas.
“The MoU will explore possibilities of co-operation in setting up large scale Solar Group Captive Power Projects under the Captive Policy of Government of India for IGL’s own consumption and setting up of commercial scale charging and battery swapping stations for electric vehicles with the allied power management solutions,” the companies said in a statement.
The MoU also provides for setting up of rooftop solar projects with customized structure for IGL establishments under CAPEX and RESCO mode and exploring rooftop solar projects for residential, commercial and Industrial establishments. Read More
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