Tata Power Solar, India’s largest integrated private sector solar company, on Monday announced that the company has ramped up the scale of business substantially by focusing on building state of art technology, engineering and strengthening on customer & employee satisfaction. Tata Power Solar increased its revenue by more than two and a half times in just two years to reach Rs. 2262 crore.
The focus on efficiency and quality coupled with leveraging technology and innovation has helped the company to implement several challenging projects. The company, with a view of long-term objective, significantly increased focus on EPC, where it had built strong competencies Tata Power Solar has also been the biggest rooftop player for 3 years in a row.
Tata Power Solar, in its effort to encourage domestic manufacturing, made significant expansion and modernization of its cell and module facility in Bengaluru. The second expansion within 2 years doubled the company’s module capacity to 400MW, and increased its cell manufacturing capacity by 65 per cent to 300MW. The efficiency level of the cells and modules coming out of these lines are among the best in the world.
“We are happy to see our team responding to Government of India’s call of ‘Make in India’. Considering the fact that solar EPC is extremely low margin and the pressures faced by the domestic manufacturing sector, the company has turned profitable within a short span, which is a remarkable achievement. Renewables will continue to be our key focus whether it is generation or manufacturing business. It is encouraging to see all our businesses coming together to achieve the ultimate objective of being the largest integrated player” , said Anil Sardana, CEO & MD, Tata Power.
“The journey has just begun for India’s solar sector and opportunities as well as challenges are galore. While there are some bottlenecks like decreasing unit cost driven by reverse bidding and influx of cheap and subsided imported panels, solar sector continues to be a key sunrise sector with a potential to make a significant and tangible socio-economic and environmental impact. With a right blend of experienced rich team and innovative solutions, Tata Power Solar is poised to maintain and enhance its leadership position “says Ashish Khanna, ED & CEO, Tata Power Solar.
Below are the highlights of Tata Power Solar’s growth story:
- A noteworthy project was the 12 MW solar rooftop project for R.S.S.B. Educational & Environmental Society, which is world’s largest rooftop project at a single location. Yet another differentiated project Tata Power Solar has executed last year was of 2.68 MW project at Cochin International Airport. It is the largest carport project in India.
- Tata Power Solar manufactured customized modules for a prototype solar car designed by students of Manipal University, named SERVe.
- By bringing together our core strengths in domestic manufacturing and EPC services from over the last 25 years Tata Power Solar commissioned many major projects in 2016-17, including a 100MW plant under DCR in Andhra Pradesh for NTPC.
- One of the ways Tata Power Solar achieved these financial successes was through focused and diligent cost management. A testimony to this is the fact that the Company added limited cost overheads during this period of hyper growth.
- Tata Power Solar, in-line with Government’s ‘Make in India’ initiative of encouraging domestic manufacturing, made significant expansion and modernization of its cell and module facility in Bengaluru. The second expansion within 2 years doubled the company’s module capacity to 400MW, and increased its cell manufacturing capacity by 65 per cent to 300MW. The efficiency level of the cells and modules coming out of these lines are among the best in the world.
- Tata Power Solar expertise on developing strong customer relationship by providing quality products, world class customized solutions and extensive service support has helped in exceeding customer satisfaction.
Tata Power Solar continues the growth journey at an accelerated pace and is a preferred contractor for developers like NTPC, Fortum, Solar Arise, Rattan India etc.
Latest posts by Team EnergyInfraPost (see all)
- Power Grid Board Clears Rs 1,931 Crore Investment Proposal For HVDC Project – August 19, 2017
- LNGIndustry Innovates To Stay Afloat In Choppy Waters – August 19, 2017
- IOC, Odisha Govt Agree On Modalities To Settle Tax Dispute – August 19, 2017