ReNew Power Highlights

  • One of the Largest Renewable Companies Globally, with a Leading Position in India
  • Stable, Contracted and Diversified Portfolio of Renewable Energy Assets
  • Vertically Integrated Contracted Independent Power Producer with Diverse Execution Capabilities
  • Track Record of Disciplined Project Underwriting with Focus on Risk Adjusted Returns
  • Robust Sustainability and Governance Culture
  • Experienced Team with Consistent Track Record of Success

Corporate Profile

ReNew Power, established in 2011 and a subsidiary of ReNew Energy Global PLC, is one of India’s largest renewable energy IPPs in terms of total energy generation capacity. Since commencing operations in 2011 with a 25.2 MW wind project in Jasdan, Gujarat, the company has grown exponentially, and has a current renewable asset base of 12+ GW (as on Apr 28, 2022), including projects under development and in the pipeline.

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10 May 2022
-  Also brings in new General Counsel, Chief Growth Officer -  Comes on back of total portfolio crossing 12 GW and strategic tie-ups in green hydrogen and battery storage GURUGRAM, India , May 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- ReNew Power ("ReNew" or "the Company") (NASDAQ: RNW) (NASDAQ: RNWWW), India's
28 Apr 2022
1.5 GW of solar Power Purchase Agreements ("PPAs") signed since March 2022 with utilities, mainly SECI (1.4 GW), with projects to be located in Rajasthan 0.5 GW of long-term agreements signed with corporate buyers; assets to be set up in states of Gujarat , Maharashtra , and Rajasthan GURGAON,
06 Apr 2022
Agreement will see Japan -based Mitsui take 49% stake in the project ReNew signed 400 MW round-the-clock (RTC) PPA last year to supply electricity to Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) For the 400 MW PPA, the company will install 1,300 MW of renewable energy capacity and up to 100 MWh of