The supply of the turbines will start by Q2/2022. These turbines will produce enough green energy to meet the annual electricity requirements of over 2.1 million households in the country.
The company has set a target to reach 20 GW of power generation capacity by 2030, by which time the renewables portfolio will have a 85 percent share.
The project being implemented in Tamil Nadu is the first large-scale wind power project.
JSW Energy has targeted a 50 percent reduction in its carbon footprint by 2030 and to achieve Carbon Neutrality by 2050 by transitioning towards renewable energy.
About 2.5 GW of renewable projects are currently under-construction, which includes 2.2 GW of wind and solar projects to be commissioned in 18-24 months, while the 240 MW Kutehr hydro project in Himachal Pradesh is expected to be commissioned in 36-40 months.
With the commissioning of these projects, the company’s total generation capacity will increase to seven GW, with renewable energy contributing over 50 percent.