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AmpIn Energy Transition Collaborates with JCAPCPL to Supply 2.8 MWp Solar Power to JCAPCPL’s Jamshedpur Plant

AmpIn Energy Transition, a prominent renewable energy transition platform, has entered into a 25-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with JCAPCPL (Joint Venture between Tata Steel & Nippon Steel).

August 14, 2023. By Nivedita Ojha

AmpIn Energy Transition, a prominent energy transition platform, has entered into a 25-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with JCAPCPL (Joint Venture between Tata Steel & Nippon Steel).

This collaboration underlines a significant move as AmpIn Energy Transition commits to supply 2.8 MWp of solar power to JCAPCPL’s Jamshedpur plant.

Ujjal Chakraborti, Managing Director of JCAPCPL, and Pinaki Bhattacharyya, Managing Director and CEO of AmpIn Energy Transition, officially strengthened this transformative treaty, adding up to the initiation of the implementation process.

Under the agreement, AmpIn Energy Transition will build a robust 2.8 MWp solar panel infrastructure for JCAPCPL. This clean energy initiative caters to two purposes—offsetting carbon emissions and reinforcing JCAPCPL’s position as an industry groundbreaker in sustainable practices.

Ujjal Chakraborti, expressed his enthusiasm for this transformative partnership, stating, "We are excited to join hands with AmpIn Energy Transition to harness the power of solar energy. This collaboration is a testament to our unyielding commitment to greener operations and creating a brighter, more sustainable future. We are confident that this partnership will continue to yield a measurable outcome in our journey towards sustainability and we look forward towards a continued association with them."

Pinaki Bhattacharyya, stated, "Our partnership with JCAPCPL marks a significant milestone in our mission of powering the renewable energy transition in the country. AmpIn is a trusted RE partner of corporates to reach 100% RE & by leveraging the power of renewables, we aim to drive positive change in the energy landscape, fostering a cleaner and sustainable environment for generations to come."

As the solar panels become operational, the 2.8 MWp energy infusion will seamlessly amalgamate into JCAPCPL’s operations, enhancing its commitment to environmental responsibility.
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