September 23, 2022


NEW DELHI: Adani Inexperienced Power Ltd (AGEL) will purchase a 40 megawatt (MW) operational photo voltaic undertaking, situated in Odisha, from Essel Inexperienced at an enterprise worth of Rs219 crore.

With this acquisition, AGEL’s operational undertaking capability will contact 5.4 GW, with a complete portfolio of 19.8 gigawatt (GW). In Might, AGEL purchased Japan’s SoftBank Group Corp.’s and Bharti Enterprises Ltd owned solar energy producer SB Power India for an enterprise worth of $3.5 billion. SB Power India has a complete renewable portfolio of 4.954 GW unfold throughout 4 states in India.

“Adani Renewable Power (MH) Restricted (AREMHL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Adani Inexperienced Power Ltd (AGEL), has signed definitive agreements with Essel Inexperienced Power Pvt Ltd to amass 100% financial worth in an SPV that owns 40 MW working photo voltaic undertaking in Odisha,” Adani Inexperienced Power stated in a press release on Thursday.

AGEL not too long ago raised $750 million via a inexperienced bond to fund the fairness for its below building tasks.

“The undertaking has a long-term Energy Buy Settlement (PPA) with Photo voltaic Power Company of India (SECI) for 4.235 per unit, with remaining PPA lifetime of about 22 years,” the assertion added.

France’s Complete has invested $2.5 billion for buying a 50% stake in 2.35GW working photo voltaic belongings of AGEL and a 20% stake in AGEL. The Adani-Complete JV plans to fee 25GW by 2025. 

In the meantime, India’s photo voltaic and wind technology touched an all-time excessive of 43.1GW on 27 July. India has additionally crossed the 100 GW milestone of put in renewable vitality capability.

“The entire portfolio contains 5.4 GW operational belongings, 5.7 GW belongings below building and eight.7 GW close to building belongings,” the Adani Inexperienced Power assertion stated.

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