Tata Power Solar, India’s largest integrated solar player, has announced the completion of 25 years in the global renewable energy space.
A pioneer in the Indian solar market, Tata Power Solar has influenced more than 30 million people and reduced carbon footprint by more than 6.2 million tonnes as of 2014.
With businesses in cell & module manufacturing, EPC (engineering, procurement & construction) services and off-grid solutions, Tata Power Solar is one the oldest solar energy companies in the world.
As well as being recently ranked the number one third-party EPC player, the company is also the leading domestic module supplier and rooftop solar player in the industrial and commercial segment, for 2014, by Bridge to India; as a consequence of its quality, efficiency, customer care and reliability.
Commenting on the occasion, Ajay Goel, CEO, Tata Power Solar said, “Our 25 year journey is a testimony to the path-breaking work done in transforming lives of communities across the country.
“We hope to help countless customers adopt cleaner and efficient means of energy adoption, as well as mobilise communities with insufficient access to energy. As we steadily tread forward, we aim at expanding our reach into deeper parts of the country where we can contribute towards sustainability and make a mark by improving lives of millions more.”
The company has strived to make solar power accessible to the far-flung regions of India, touching thousands of lives in every corner of the country, energising communities.
Having built strong partnerships with numerous governments, non-profits and rural banks, Tata Power Solar has empowered those mired in energy poverty, and provided many access to electricity for the first time.
To mark the anniversary, Tata Power Solar has launched a coffee table book titled “Chasing The Sun”, showcasing the impact of solar across India.