India: Tata Power secures 100 MW distributed solar order from EESL


From pv magazine India

Tata Power announced today its arm Tata Power Solar has received the Letter of Award (LoA) from Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) to build 100 MW of distributed ground-mounted solar projects in Maharashtra.

The total order value of projects is ÌNR 538 crore (US$ 71.2 million). They are scheduled for commissioning within 12 months. 

Tata Power Solar’s scope of work includes engineering, design, supply, construction, erection, testing, operation and maintenance, and commissioning of the solar projects.

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Tata Power Solar has a manufacturing capacity of 580 MW of modules and 530 MW of cells. Its PV portfolio comprises more than 7 GW of ground-mount utility-scale and over 615 MW of rooftop and distributed generation projects across the country to date. 

“The utility-scale solar EPC order book of Tata Power Solar stands at around 4 GW (DC) capacity with an approximate value of INR 9,264 crore  (US$1,226 million) without GST,” said Tata Power in a press release.

Some of the large-scale projects installed by Tata Power Solar include the 150 MW Ayana Renewable project at Ananthapur in Andhra Pradesh, 50 MW at Kasargod in Kerala, 30 MWp in Lapanga, Odisha, and 105 MWp of floating solar at Kayamkulam, Kerala, under implementation. Besides, it has won 400 MW of projects to be built at Dholera solar park in Gujarat.

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