Solar Capacity requirement for Captive Compliance Requirement

 

Company Name Captive Power Capacity (MW) Solar Capacity Required  for solar RPO compliance (MW) in 2012-13
J.K. Lakshmi Cement Ltd. 93.00 3.00
Indian Petrochemical Company Ltd. 257.00 3.40
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. 189.00 4.00
Wardha Power Company Ltd. 405.00 4.20
Ultratech Cement Ltd. 129.00 5.00
KSK Energy Ventures Limited 540.00 5.57
J.S.W. Steel Limited. 600.00 6.20
Prakash Industries Ltd. 300.00 6.20
Vedanta Ltd. 1215.00 7.52
National Aluminium Company Ltd. 1255.00 7.80
Visa Steel Ltd. 405.00 8.40
Gujarat Alkalies and Chemicals Ltd. 247.00 8.70
Ambuja Cement Ltd. 290.00 10.00
Steel Authority of India(SAIL) 578.00 12.00
Bokaro Power Supply Company Pvt. Ltd. 302.00 12.50
Bajaj Hindustan Ltd. 323.00 13.50
Essar Group 367.00 14.27
Hindustan Zinc Ltd. 474.00 14.70
Jindal Steel and Power Ltd. 873.00 15.00
Sterlite Industries India Ltd. 675.00 16.80
Hindalco Ltd. 1358.00 41.70
Tata Steel Ltd. 1882.50 77.60
Reliance Industries Ltd. 2089.00 81.00
Total 379.06

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