ReNew 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, 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 13.8 GW (as on Oct 2023), including projects under development and in the pipeline.

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Upcoming Events

Fourth Quarter Q4 Fiscal Year 2024 Earnings Report
06 Jun 2024 at 8:00 AM EDT

News Releases

28 May 2024
GURUGRAM, India --(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 28, 2024-- ReNew Energy Global plc ("ReNew") (NASDAQ: RNW, RNWWW), India’s leading renewable energy company, today announced it will issue its fiscal fourth quarter (January - March) and year ended March 31, 2024 , earnings report after the closing of the
15 May 2024
MoU will support the financing and development of large-scale energy transition projects in India and globally NEW DELHI --(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 15, 2024-- ReNew, India’s leading renewable energy company (NASDAQ: RNW), today announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with
09 May 2024
Our first FDRE PPA signed with SJVN for RE development of ~1 GW 15.6 GW RE portfolio is one of the largest globally   GURGAON, India --(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 9, 2024-- ReNew, India’s leading renewable energy company (NASDAQ: RNW), has announced the signing of five Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs)