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|Traded as||BSE: 500400
BSE SENSEX Constituent
|Headquarters||Mumbai, Maharastra, India|
|Key people||Cyrus Pallonji Mistry
|Services||Electricity generation and distribution
natural gas exploration, production, transportation and distribution
|Revenue||194.5076 billion (US$3.6 billion) (2011)|
|Net income||21.4753 billion (US$390 million)(2009-2010)|
Tata Power (BSE: 500400) is an Indian electric utility company based in Mumbai, Maharastra, India. with an installed generation capacity of over 7700 MW. On the 22 March 2011 it has announced partnership with Sunengy, to build India's first floating solar plant.
The firm started as the Tata Hydroelectric Power Supply Company in 1911, which amalgamated with the Andhra Valley Power Supply Company in 1916; it commissioned India’s first large hydro-electric project in 1915 in Bhivpuri and Khopoli, Karjat. Today the company is India’s largest private sector electricity generating company with an installed generation capacity of over 7700 MW. It has a presence in thermal, hydro, solar and wind areas of fuel & logistics, power generation, transmission, distribution and retail.
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The thermal power stations of the company are located at Trombay in Mumbai, Mundra in Gujarat, Jojobera and Maithon in Jharkhand, Haldia in West Bengal and Belgaum in Karnataka. The hydro stations are located in the Western Ghats of Maharashtra and the wind farms in Ahmednagar, Supa, Khanke, Brahmanwel, Gadag, Samana and Visapur.. The company installed India’s first 500 MW unit at Trombay, the first 150 MW pumped storage unit at Bhira, and a flue gas desulphurization plant for pollution control at Trombay. It has generation capacities in the States of Jharkhand and Karnataka , and a distribution company in Delhi, servicing over three million consumers spread over 510 km2 in the North Delhi area. The peak load in this area is about 1,259 MW, with energy consumption of over 6,900 MUs. TATA Power announced on 24 July 2012, commissioning of the second unit of 525 MW capacity of the Maithon mega thermal project in Dhanbad. The first unit of identical capacity was commissioned in September 2011. 
International operations 
The company has executed overseas projects in the Middle East, Africa and South East Asia including the Jebel Ali ‘G’ station (4 x 100 MW + desalination plant) in Dubai, Al-Khobar II (5 x 150 MW + desalination plant) and Jeddah III (4 x 64 MW + desalination plant) in Saudi Arabia, Shuwaikh (5 x 50 MW) in Kuwait, EHV substations in UAE and Algeria, and power plant operation and maintenance contracts in Iran and Saudi Arabia.
Strategic Electronics Division 
The firm's Strategic Electronics Division (SED) has engaged in defence systems and engineering for over four decades. It works with the MoD and laboratories to provide products and solutions for the defence requirements of the country.
It has already cleared the Joint Receipt Inspection (JRI) for the first two lots of Pinaka launchers and command posts; the third and fourth lots have successfully undergone factory acceptance tests. It has recorded significant success in the offsets opportunity with five orders worth about 130 million from IAI, Israel. Phased deliveries have already started. Phase II of Bengaluru factory upgrade is underway.
Future projects 
Tata Power has entered into a 51:49 joint venture with PowerGrid Corporation of India for the 1200 km Tala transmission project, India’s first transmission project executed with public-private partnership financing.
The company has won a contract for building 4000 MW power plant at Mundra. For the first time in India, a 4000MW power plant is being built in one single large construction project; all earlier large projects have involved stage construction.
The company has also entered into a 74:26 joint venture with Damodar Valley Corporation for building a 1050 MW coal based thermal power plant at Maithon in Dhanbad district of Jharkhand, into a 74:26 joint venture with Tata Steel Limited for setting up of power plants to meet the captive requirements of Tata Steel. It has commissioned 120MW power plant in Jojobera in 2009 and in the process of commissioning another 120 MW.
See also 
- Kundali River - Kundli Pumped Storage Plan
- Solar power in India
- Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission
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