MILESTONES - Our journey down the years

Our successful journey
down the years of 2018 ~ 2013

2018

Tata Power launches IoT based Smart Consumer Sub Station enabled by Tata Communications

Tata Power - launches IoT based Automated Meter Infrastructure enabled by Tata Communications.

Tata Power capitalizes on synergies within Tata group - launches IoT based asset tracking solution enabled by Tata Communications.

Tata Power becomes the first Power Utility in Mumbai to introduce Printing of Dynamic Bharat QR code on its bill for payments.

Tata Power brings Club Enerji to Ajmer, Rajasthan.

Tata Power makes Mumbai Electric Vehicle Ready; sets up strategic additional EV Charging stations

Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd. commissions 50 MW solar plant in Karnataka

2017

Tata Power completes construction of its 187 MW Hydro Project in Georgia.

Tata Power's Strategic Engineering Division (Tata Power SED) wins a prestigious Pilot Project Order from Ministry of Home Affairs for supply of Comprehensive Integrated Border Management System (CIBMS) to Border Security Force (BSF).

Tata Power's distribution arm TP Ajmer Distribution Limited signs Distribution Franchisee Agreement (DFA) with Ajmer Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited (AVVNL).

Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd. commissions two projects in Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.

Tata Power's non-fossil operating capacity climbs to 3060 MW.

Tata Power launches Customer Support Chatbot in Mumbai.

2016

Tata Power's Joint-Venture commissions 120 MW Itezhi Tezhi hydro Power Project in Zambia.

Tata Power innovates with Toshiba and Cargill, to design and develop India's first Pad mount Substation.

Tata Power synchronises 67.5 MW Unit 2 of its 202.5 MW IEL

Kalinganagar-Orissa project Crosses the 9,100 MW mark in generation capacity.

Tata Power completes 100 years of operation.

Tata Power strengthens its Renewable portfolio; successfully commissions 44 MW Lahori wind farm project in Madhya Pradesh.

Tata Power's total installed capacity now stands at 9,183 MW.

The Company has charted out aggressive growth plans for multi-fold growth in the next five years.

2015

Tata Power successfully commissioned the first cross border Hydro Power Project registered under UNFCCC's clean Development & Machingum of 126 MW at Dagachhu in Bhutan (Unit 1 & 2; 63 MW each).

The Tata Power stepped into it's 100 years of operations on February 9, 2015.

Tata Power's Joint-Venture 120 MW Itezhi Tezhi Hydro Power Project in Zambia gets CDM approval from UNFCCC.

Tata Power's Joint-Venture Maithon Power Limited (MPL) Commences flow of energy to Kerala on a Long Term Agreement basis.

2014

Tata Power exits from Indonesian coal mine PT Arutmin Indonesia.

Acquires 39.2 MW Wind farm near Dwarka, Jamnagar in Gujarat.

Commissioned 28.8 MW Solar Power Project at Palaswadi in Maharashtra.

Completes Commissioning of 32 MW Wind farm project in Maharashtra.

2013

Tata Power has implemented the first 4000 MW Ultra Mega Power Project of India at Mundra, Gujarat, based on super critical technology. All 5 Units (Units 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5) have been commissioned.

Our successful journey
down the years of 2012 ~ 2005

2012

25 MW Mithapur (Gujarat) solar plant is commissioned.

1050 MW Maithon Power Project is commissioned.

Acquires 26% stake in large mines at PT Baramulti Suksessarana Tbk ("BSSR"), Indonesia.

2011

3 MW Mulshi Solar Plant is commissioned in Maharashtra.

Unit 1 of the 1050 MW Maithon Joint Venture Project with Damodar Valley Corporation commissioned and stabilized.

2010

The 120 MW Unit # 5 at Jojobera is commissioned.

2009

The 120 MW Power House # 6 at Tata Steel Works, Jamshedpur is commissioned on 27th August 2009.

2008

Unit 1 of 2 x 45 MW Phase of Haldia Project is synchronised with the grid. The 250 MW (Unit # 8) expansion project at Trombay is commissioned.

2006 & 2007

Tata Power completes the acquisition of 30% equity in Indonesian Coal Mines, PT Kaltim Prima Coal (KPC), and PT Arutmin Indonesia, as well as trading companies from PT Bumi Resources. Ministry of Coal has allotted Mandakini Coal Block in Orissa jointly to Tata Power, Jindal Photo and Monnet Ispat; and Tubed Coal Block in Jharkhand with Hindalco. The 50.4 MW Khandke Wind Farm Project is completed in 3rd quarter of FY 08.

2005

Unit # 4 of 120 MW capacity at Jojobera is commissioned.

Our successful journey
down the years of 2004 ~ 1984

2004

Tata Power floats a wholly owned subsidiary for the power trading business, known as Tata Power Trading Co. Ltd.

2003

Tata Power enters into a joint venture with Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd., to develop a 1200 Km long transmission line to bring electricity from Bhutan to Delhi.

2001

81.3 MW Diesel Generator based plant set up at Belgaum, Karnataka.

2000

The Tata Hydro-Electric Co. Ltd., The Andhra Valley Power Supply Co. Ltd., and the Tata Power Co. Ltd., are amalgamated to become one entity - The Tata Power Company Limited. 120 MW Jojobera Unit#2 is commissioned.

1996

The 150 MW Pumped Storage Unit at Bhira was commissioned. 67.5 MW Thermal Power Plant at Jojobera (Jharkhand) comes into existence.

1994

A gas-based 180 MW capacity combined cycle plant is commissioned to provide quick-start capacity to Trombay Thermal Station and to ensure reliable and uninterrupted supply for essential services in Mumbai.

1990

Second 500 MW thermal unit comes up at Trombay.

1984

India's first 500 MW generating unit with multi-fuel burning capability is commissioned at Trombay.

Our successful journey
down the years of 1965 ~ 1915

1965

Fourth thermal unit of 150 MW capacity comes on line at Trombay.

1997 & 1960

Two more thermal units of similar capacity i.e. 62.5 MW, commissioned at Trombay.

1956

To meet the increasing demand of electricity, a major thermal power station of 62.5 MW capacity is commissioned at Trombay.

1927

Third Hydro power station of 90 MW capacity comes up at Bhira, which was subsequently upgraded to 150 MW.

1922

Commissioned another hydro power station at Bhivpuri with an installed capacity of 40 MW, subsequently upgraded to 72 MW.

1915

First hydroelectric power generating station commissioned at Khopoli with an installed capacity of 40 MW, which was subsequently upgraded to 72 MW.