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Reliance Power Ltd

  • 5,285 MW of operational power generation assets
  • Won three of the four ultra-mega power projects (UMPP)
  • Won Euromoney’s ‘Deal of the year – 2010’ for its Sasan UMPP
  • As of June 2014, total assets stood at Rs 19,323.72 crore (US$ 3.14 billion)

Reliance Power Ltd is a part of the Reliance Group, one of India’s largest business houses. The group operates across multiple sectors, including telecommunications, financial services, media and entertainment, infrastructure and energy. The energy sector companies include Reliance Infrastructure and Reliance Power.

Reliance Power has been established to develop, construct and operate power projects both in India as well as internationally. The Company on its own and through its subsidiaries has a large portfolio of power generation capacity, both in operation as well as capacity under development.

The power projects are going to be diverse in terms of geographic location, fuel type, fuel source and off-take, and each project is planned to be strategically located near an available fuel supply or load centre. The company has 5,285 megawatt (MW) of operational power generation assets. The projects under development include three coal-fired projects to be fueled by reserves from captive mines and supplies from India and elsewhere; one gas-fired projects; and twelve hydroelectric projects, six of them in Arunachal Pradesh, five in Himachal Pradesh and one in Uttarakhand.


Reliance Power Ltd: Leading power generating company

2014 Reliance Power has commissioned a 100 MW concentrated solar power (CSP) project at Rajasthan, which is also the biggest CSP in the world.
2008 Reliance Power debuted on the stock markets.
2007 Finally the name changed to Reliance Power Ltd.
2004 Its name was changed to Reliance Energy Generation Ltd.
1995 The company was incorporated as Bawana Power Pvt Ltd.
India is the third-largest producer and second-largest consumer of electricity in the world and had an installed power capacity of 373.43 GW as of October 2020.