PDG Signs Power Consumption Agreement with TPREL for its 48MW Mumbai Data Center
The project is a captive development with investment from both companies that will provide PDG’s MU1 its first phase of renewable energy. The project will commence generation in steps.
June 07, 2023. By News Bureau
Under the agreement, PDG’s MU1 data center in Airoli, Mumbai will consume power generated by a solar project located in Nanded district, Maharashtra. The project is a captive development with investment from both companies that will provide PDG’s MU1 its first phase of renewable energy. The project will commence generation in steps.
The long-term agreement will enable PDG to take a meaningful step towards digital decarbonization by establishing a roadmap for its MU1 data center to be powered with up to 50% renewable energy.
“Cloud and digital adoption continue to surge in India leading to unprecedented growth in digital infrastructure. This gives us an opportunity to make long term decisions that not only fosters growth and innovation but also solves for sustainability,” said Vipin Shirsat, Managing Director, India, PDG. “Our agreement with Tata Power enables us to offer world class sustainable data center services to our customers by substituting a substantial part of conventional energy with renewable energy. This partnership is testament to PDG’s commitment to work towards achieving Net Zero for our Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions by 2030”.
Sustainability is a core business focus for PDG. The company’s environment strategy is driven by procurement of renewable energy, energy and resource efficiency, green design and construction and Technology and innovation.
As a multi-country operator in Asia, PDG is working with leading renewable energy companies in the region to transition its portfolio of data centers from conventional power to low or zero carbon energy options.
“We are excited to announce our association with Princeton Digital Group. Through this agreement, we re-affirm our mission of offering reliable green energy solutions that are specially designed to varying requirements of our commercial and industrial customers. This association will help PDG reduce their carbon footprint and enable their MU1 data center to adopt renewable energy solutions. TPREL is committed to making sustainable energy attainable via such industry collaborations. We look forward to continuing our association with PDG as the company grows its footprint in India,” said Ashwinikumar Patil, Chief - O&M & CSR, Tata Power Renewable Energy Limited & CEO, WREL.
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