Tata Power Solar Systems, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tata Power, has commissioned a 66 MW engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) solar project for Vibrant Energy, an open-access renewable energy provider. The project is expected to produce 110,029 units of energy per year, while also helping to reduce carbon emissions by up to 900,000 tonnes per year. Tata Power Solar Systems completed the equipment deployment and construction of the 191-acre project in nine months, employing 127,268 solar modules.
Tata Power’s overall utility-scale solar project portfolio now stands at 9.7 GW with the completion of this project. It has a manufacturing facility in Bengaluru with a module production capacity of 635 MW and a cell production capacity of 500 MW. Across the country, it has over 1 GW of rooftop and distributed generation installations.
Vibrant Energy is a majority-owned subsidiary of Blueleaf Energy, a portfolio company owned by Macquarie’s Green Investment Group (GIG), operating on a standalone basis. GIG’s areas of expertise include project development and delivery, green infrastructure principle investment, green impact advisory, and portfolio asset management.