Tata Power today said it has registered the highest ever gross power generation at 4,647 million units (MU) in February 2018.
"Tata Power registered the highest ever gross electricity generation of February 2018 at 4647 Million Units. Tata Power has demonstrated a 3 per cent increase in gross generation capacity when compared to the same month last year where it generated 4,518 million units," a company statement said.
Tata Power along with its subsidiaries registered strong operational performances across its plants to achieve this remarkable feat. All of its power generation stations, including Trombay, Jojobera, Haldia, Maithon, IEL, CGPL, TPREL, WREL, Cennergi, ITPC, Dagachu, Hydro, and TPCL Wind witnessed higher plant availability, it added.
We are confident that our efforts in implementing world class technologies and processes in this direction will benefit the company in the years to come and enable us to achieve better generation consistently, Tata Power MD & CEO Anil Sardana said.
Tata Power has been focusing on building a healthy energy mix within its portfolio as well as augmenting its operational processes to ensure a sustainable future for the company and the nation.
In line with this commitment, Tata Power will continue to work towards ensuring its renewable business maintains its position of being India's largest renewable energy company, while also implementing cutting edge technologies to improve its operational efficiency, it added.
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