ReNew Power, one of India's largest clean energy companies, today announced it is entering into a JV agreement with Korean major GS E&C, where ReNew Power will hold a majority 51% equity under the partnership, while the balance will be held by GS E&C
December 11, 2019. By Hemant Arora
ReNew Power Private Limited (ReNew Power), India’s largest renewable energy independent power producer, today announced a joint venture partnership with South Korea based GS E&C for execution of its 300 MW solar power plant in Rajasthan. The project is part of the capacity auctioned by Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) under its tranche-IV auctions concluded earlier this year.
GS E&C is one of South Korea’s largest construction and development firms and part of the GS Group, with an asset base of over $58 billion. This investment will mark the entry of GS E&C in the Indian renewable energy sector.
Commenting on the partnership, ReNew Power’s Chairman & MD Sumant Sinha said, “We are delighted to be partnering with GS E&C for this project, as both ReNew Power and GS E&C are not only leaders in their respective businesses, but also bring excellent project execution and management skills. I expect the partnership to set new benchmarks in the Indian renewable energy space and look forward to executing more projects together “
ReNew Power will hold a majority 51% equity under the partnership, while the balance will be held by GS E&C.
“We are pleased to take part in the national solar mission of India in partnership with ReNew Power, the leading company in the country’s renewable energy space. This remarkable project is the first step of our great journey putting the technical expertise and financial capability of both companies together. GS E&C and ReNew Power will continue to play an important role achieving the country’s ambitious target for the transition to cleaner energy” Huh Yun Hong, the president and head of new business division of GS E&C said in a media statement.
ReNew Power recently crossed the 5GW renewable energy generation milestone with the commissioning of a 250 MW solar plant in Bikaner. ReNew is now the 11th largest renewable energy company in the world (ex-China), with assets valued at over $6.5 bn.
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