Tata Power generates about 8615 MW of power from energy sources like thermal (coal, gas, oil), hydroelectric, solar, wind and geothermal energy. The Company has been associated with the growing legacy of Mumbai as a business city for over nine decades. Mumbai's growth has literally been powered by Tata Power's reliable power supply. Tata Power has now spread its footprint across the country and overseas. Outside Mumbai, the Company has generation capacities in the states of Jharkhand, West Bengal, Gujarat, and Karnataka and a Distribution Company in Delhi.
The thermal power stations of the Company are located at Trombay in Mumbai, Jojobera in Jharkhand, Haldia in West Bengal, and Belgaum in Karnataka, Mundra in Gujarat. The hydel stations are located in the Western Ghats of Maharashtra and the wind farms in Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamilnadu and Gujarat. An optimum mix of hydel and thermal capacities enables the company to supply power at competitive tariffs to its customers. At 1.8% the Company's transmission and distribution losses in Mumbai is among the lowest in the country.
Charting higher growth plans, the Company has successfully commissioned 120 MW Haldia (West Bengal), 120 MW Power House #6(Jamshedpur), 120 MW Unit 5 at Jojobera and 250 MW Unit 8 at Trombay to increase its generation capacities. The 4000 MW Ultra Mega Power project has been recently completed and all 5 units have been commissioned. Some of its new projects under implementation 1600 MW Coastal Maharashtra Project 652.5 MW Kalinganagar thermal project, 660 MW Naraj Marthapur Thermal project, 1980 MW Tiruldih thermal project and more.
3 MW Solar plant at Mulshi
Bhira Hydro Power Station
Power House #6