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The firm has installed 543 MW of wind parks across six Indian states and it has 3,500 MW of projects in the pipeline, chairman and CEO Ravi Kailas noted. Last week, Mytrah agreed to construct a 220-MW wind park in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh within 18 months under a deal with the local government. Read More »
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This financing will allow the company to expand its capacity. The decision also supported ADB’s strategy of stepped up financing for renewable energy and increased support for private investment in the sector. The loan facility “underpins our growth plan. The company expects to reach its medium-term capacity target of 1,000 MW in the coming 12 months,” said Mytrah Energy India Chairman Ravi Kailas. Read More »
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London-based Mytrah Energy Ltd, The company expects to completed the said capacity in the coming 12 months, before India`s 2016 wind season kicks off. With the new wind farms, Mytrah’s nominal capacity will top 690 MW, it calculates. Read More »
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India is the most exciting power market in the world, particularly for renewables. India already has 35 GW of renewable energy capacity and plans to grow this 500% over the next six years. Read More »
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Hyderabad-based power producer Mytrah Energy (India) Ltd said on Thursday it will raise up to $175 million (Rs 1,164 crore) in loans from the Asian Development Bank to fund its wind and solar projects. The company will supply the electricity generated from these projects to respective state utilities under long-term agreements. Read More »
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Hyderabad-based power producer Mytrah Energy (India) Ltd said on Thursday it will raise up to $175 million (Rs 1,164 crore) in loans from the Asian Development Bank to fund its wind and solar projects. The company will supply the electricity generated from these projects to respective state utilities under long-term agreements. Read More »
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Hyderabad-based power producer Mytrah Energy (India) Ltd said on Thursday it will raise up to $175 million (Rs 1,164 crore) in loans from the Asian Development Bank to fund its wind and solar projects. The company will supply the electricity generated from these projects to respective state utilities under long-term agreements. Read More »
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Hyderabad-based power producer Mytrah Energy (India) Ltd said on Thursday it will raise up to $175 million (Rs 1,164 crore) in loans from the Asian Development Bank to fund its wind and solar projects. The company will supply the electricity generated from these projects to respective state utilities under long-term agreements. Read More »
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