Tata Power and Tata Motors have teamed up to develop a 7 MW solar roof at the Tata Motors passenger car plant in Chihal, Pune. This is the third phase of a joint solar project with a capacity of 17 MW, developed by two companies, of which 10 MW was installed earlier.

With this latest installation, the Tata Motors PV production facility, installed by Tata Power, will be home to the largest solar project in India.

Tata Motors and Tata Power recently signed a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for this solar project. It is expected that this installation will be a significant step towards building a sustainable and sustainable future. In total, the plant is expected to generate 23 million units of electricity, reducing 523,000 tons of carbon dioxide. This will be equivalent to planting 8.36 lakh trees in a lifetime.

Rajesh Hatri, Vice President of Operations, Tata Motors Passenger Vehicle said: “With the new agreement to install an additional 7 MW Roof Top solar power plant at our Pune plant together with Tata Power we are approaching our goal of 100% renewable energy. Energy. Once this capacity is commissioned, we will become the largest solar installation in India. ”

Tata Motors, as a signatory to the RE100, is committed to using 100 percent renewable energy in its operations and has taken many steps toward that goal, gradually increasing the share of renewable energy used in its operations. The company generated 92.39 million kWh of electricity from renewable sources in fiscal year 22, accounting for nearly 19.4 percent of total electricity consumption. The company also plans to receive renewable energy more rigorously to achieve its goal of purchasing 100 percent renewable energy by 2030.

Gurinder Singh Sandhu, head of new business services, Tata Power, said: “India’s largest solar project at the Tata Motors plant in Pune is a testament to our overall goal of being environmentally friendly in our business.”


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