Tata Power plans to put Rs 55,000 crore in wind and solar power generation in Tamil Nadu over the course of the following 5-7 years as the Tata group firm grows its efficient power energy centre.
The firm has focused on 70% clean and green energy creation by 2030, and 100 percent by 2040. As of now, the green energy share is under 40%.
Sinha added their investment commitment to renewable power limit in the southern state is owing to its high wind speeds and ample sunlight. The wind-solar energy split would be 50-50, i.e., 5GW every, he said.
Tamil Nadu will be one of the states with the most extreme power generation capacity for Tata Power, he said.
"We additionally get great ability here. For the new manufacturing plant we are setting up in Tamil Nadu, we are recruiting individuals from regions inside 50-100km radius. Out of the 2,000 operators, 80% women operators. We have as of now on boarded almost 1000 women," he said, referring to their forthcoming Greenfield 4.3 GW solar cell and module producing plant in Tirunelveli.
The organization likewise has a solar cell and module producing plant of 500 MW limit in Bengaluru.
Tata Power is also India's biggest EV charging supplier of around 70,000 home chargers and 5,000 public chargers in different parts of the country. "Over the next five years, we intend to add 25,000 EV chargers, mostly home chargers," he said.