Utility Solutions

  • Green field bidding projects
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Solar/Wind/Storage/Hybrid Projects

  • Solar/Wind/Storage/Hybrid Projects
  • Customer enjoys benefits of solar/ solar-wind power on CAPEX/ OPEX basis

Value
Proposition

  • Helps utilities meet their renewable energy targets
  • Price benefit since RE is cheaper than other sources of power

Power
Markets / Trading

Storage

Wind

Solar

RTC Projects

Best Suited to deliver Round-the-Clock with unique capabilities to provide a combination of solar, wind, storage and trading

Peak Power Storage Projects

Storage combination with standalone wind or solar or Wind-Solar Hybrid requires for efficient delivery of Peak Power projects

Hybrid Projects

Amp team has capabilities to deliver Wind-Solar Hybrid. Already won the first large scale utility hybrid bid

Standalone Projects

Amp has delivered standalone solar and wind projects in the C&I and Utility market

Case Studies

  • Wind Solar Hybrid

    Case Study: 207 MWp Wind-Solar Hybrid Power Plant at Village Neemba, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

    This plant is Amp’s first solar wind hybrid project.

    Amp Energy India has been awarded Letter of Award (LOA) for setting up of 207 MWp Solar-Wind Hybrid power project. The PPA for this project is with Solar Energy Corporation of India Limited (SECI) for 25 years from COD. The project will be designed to connect with ISTS network of Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (PGCIL) at 220 kV level of 220/400 kV side of Fatehgarh-IV SS.

    This project will diversify Amp’s portfolio by adding wind to the mix. Power from this project will help various DISCOMs (end procurer) to fulfil their solar and non -solar RPO as per RPO obligations.

  • Solar

    Case Study: 450 MW Solar Power Plant at Village Badi Sid & Ranjeet Nagar, Jodhpur, Rajasthan

    This plant is under different tranches of SECI and NTPC.

    Amp Energy India has been awarded Letter of Award (LOA) for setting up of 150 MW each Solar power plant by SECI and NTPC. These capacities have been awarded to Amp under the SECI VIII, IX and NTPC solar tender auctions.

    The project will be designed to connect with ISTS network of Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (PGCIL) at 220 kV level of 220/400 kV side of Bhadla-II SS. The plant would be instrumental in avoiding 576,463 MT of CO2 annually over the life of the project. Power from this project will help various DISCOMs who are the end procurers to fulfil their solar RPO as per their RPO obligations.

  • Distributed Generation/ Government

    Case Study: Kochi Metro Rail Ltd.- 8MWp (Ground Mount + Rooftop), Kochi, Kerala

    This project can set the right example and provide the momentum for mass public transport across cities in India to switch to sustainable energy sources and help meet India’s climate goals.

    Amp Energy India has commissioned the first phase of this project, which is 2.670MWP in capacity and is working on constructing second phase of 5.4MW.

    This project is a combination of panels installed on ground, rooftop and metro stations which demonstrate Amp’s capabilities of providing flexible solutions tailored to the customer requirements across project types.

  • Wind

    Coming Soon

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