Tata Power Renewable Energy enters Nepal market, ties up with Dugar Power

PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 21-09-2023 14:41 IST | Created: 21-09-2023 14:24 IST
Tata Power Renewable Energy enters Nepal market, ties up with Dugar Power
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Renewables solution provider Tata Power Renewable Energy on Thursday said it has collaborated with Nepalese firm Dugar Power to accelerate Nepal's renewable energy initiatives.

This tie-up heralds TPREL's strategic entry into Nepal's rapidly evolving renewable energy sector and sets the stage for a quantum leap in accelerating Nepal's shift toward sustainable energy, according to a statement.

''Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd (TPREL) has signed an agreement with Dugar Power Private Ltd (Dugar Power), a subsidiary of Dugar Group which is a prominent business house in Nepal,'' a company statement said.

The partnership is set to deploy transformative solar technologies to produce a range of on- and off-grid energy solutions and mark the inception of a long-term commitment to energy sustainability in the region.

The agreement is designed to cater to Nepal's diverse energy requirements, offering scalable solutions from 1 KW to MW levels.

''This partnership with Dugar Power is a strategic alliance engineered to redefine Nepal's energy landscape. As we make our entry into Nepal's promising renewable energy market, we intend to generate a transformative impact,'' Ashish Khanna, CEO of TPREL, said in the statement.

This opens up new horizons for TPREL to diversify its offerings, including supply cells & modules, Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC), as well as Operations and Maintenance (O&M) in Nepal, the statement said.

''Our alliance with TPREL is a strategic alignment in achieving Nepal's long-term objectives for renewable energy and energy self-sufficiency,'' Abhishek Dugar, Managing Director of Dugar Power, said.

TPREL, a subsidiary of Tata Power Company Ltd, is a leading player in the renewable energy sector, having globally shipped over 3GW of cells and modules.

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