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Mr. Ratul Puri

Mr. Ratul Puri is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Hindustan Power Private Limited (Hindustan Power). His vision and understanding of the Indian energy sector has enabled the organization to emerge as one of the leading integrated power players in the country. During the last five years, under his guidance the company has partnered with best in class investors to be a part of its growth story. Today in a short period, the company has assets to the tune of USD $2 billion which is a standout achievement for any organization in the country.

“Renewable energy is a vital component of India’s energy mix India – not only because it is clean, but also because it contributes to the state’s and India’s energy security.”

Ratul Puri

“Our 31.5 MW solar power project has been commissioned at an investment of Rs 202 crores and will generate 50 million units of clean energy annually.”

Ratul Puri

“Over the last few years, we have built over 2000MW of generation capacity with an investment of 16,000 crores.”

“Our goal is to build 6 GW by 2020 at an investment of around 36,000 crores.”

“I am happy to inform you that we have begun to construct a 50 MW solar project in Mansa, with an investment Rs 300 crores, which we hope to commission within the current year.”

Ratul Puri

“India is set to contribute more than any other country to the projected rise in global energy demand, around one-quarter of the total.”

Ratul Puri

“For which, India requires an investment of US$2.8 trillion in energy infrastructure – 2/3 of it into the energy value chain and the balance into energy efficiency.”

Ratul Puri

“With an installed capacity of 44 GW of renewable (8 solar and 36 wind and others) and a target of 175 GW by 2022, India presents of the largest investments opportunities in the renewable space.”

Ratul Puri

“Our 31.5 Mw plant can meet the energy needs of 24,000 households per year.”

Ratul Puri

“Leasing of land for solar projects promotes an entrepreneurial spirit amongst farmers. This will also mean that the land will return to active farming post the life of the project.”

Ratul Puri

“We are one of the largest energy developers in the country, operating across both conventional & renewable energy sectors.”

Ratul Puri

“India needs reliable power not only for its growing population but also for ~ 200 million people who do not have access to basic power at all. By doing this, India will not only increase its per capita power consumption but also continue 7.5% GDP growth. There is an urgent need to speed up reforms in the power distribution sector which currently is crippled on account of staggering financial losses because of which they are unable to pay the cost of purchasing electricity.”

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3rd Power Focus Summit: Power distribution remain India’s Achilles heel, says Ratul Puri

New Delhi, February 23, 2016: The 3rd Annual Power Focus Summit was held today at Hotel Le Meridien, New Delhi. Mr. P K Pujari, Secretary, Ministry of Power, Government of India, Mr. Deepak Lamba, President TCL – BCCL, Mr Gopal Saxena, Director, BSES Rajdhani and Yamuna Power, Mr. Sanjay Sagar, Joint MD & CEO, JSW Energy and Mr Sudip Sural, Senior director, CRISIL Ratings addressed the delegates at the conference.   During his inaugural address, Mr Ratul Puri, Chairman, Hindustan Power Projects, emphasised upon the enormous growth potential of India’s pow...
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Hindustan Power backed by Blackstone Group plans unit IPO

New Delhi, May 12,2014- Hindustan Power Pvt., an Indian generator backed by Blackstone Group plans to sell shares in its solar unit as it prepares to double investment in photovoltaic projects to $2 billion by 2016. The solar unit has projects pipelined for the next 2 years, which may require $1 billion investment, but there is no immediate need for cash.Commenting on this context, chairman, Hindustan Power Ltd. said, “It’s a sensible business to take out to market.” With constant rise in coal prices, electricity rates have been up by almost 40% in India, on averag...
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India’s long term solution for its energy needs

While the Government has taken steps to augment coal availability via higher production through Coal India Ltd as well as coal mine bidding, these measures will be inadequate to meet the demands of stalled and under-construction thermal power plants. Ratul Puri Hindustan Power India’s drive to ensure sustained development is largely dependent on the status of its infrastructure and the energy sector. Although the country has added significant power capacity after 2003, India still suffers from significant shortages of electricity with the country’s per capita energy ...
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fastest growing integrated power

Hindustan Power has consistently been focusing on giving maximum returns to its stakeholders through corporate growth and social responsibility. The company is head quartered in New Delhi and has power generation assets in the states of Chhatisgarh, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Odisha, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh in India and in countries like Germany, Italy, US, UK and Japan . Website: Mid-Day http://www.mid-day.com/articles/indias-power-generation-capacity-doubles-in-a-decade/15102099 Summary: "The interim budget has put the focus ba...
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Mission Solarising India

Limited resources and their alternative uses have motivated the world to look for other options to benefit the mankind. After Rio de Janeiro Earth Summit, another impactful summit considering nature and climate was held in France. Paris COP21 was not only attended by the Indian Prime Minister, but a number of countries also took part and pledged in the same, where Narendra Modi promised to cater almost half of the electricity needs of India, from renewable means by 2030’s end.   With the evolving solar energy, reducing costs and improvement in grid connectivity, ...
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Hindustan Power commences 361 MW supply to UP from flagship its Anuppur Thermal Power Project

The Company is India’s first IPP amongst the players who signed PPAs in 2014 to supply power to UP   New Delhi, 31 August 2015: Hindustan Power – one of India’s leading integrated power companies – announced that it has commenced supply of 361 megawatt power to Uttar Pradesh from its flagship 2,520 MW Anuppur Thermal Power Project almost a year ahead of schedule. The power is being supplied through the recently-commissioned WR-NR Inter-Regional link (765 kV Gwalior-Jaipur Transmission Line). With this supply, HPP becomes the first Inter-Regional Independe...
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Clean energy arm of Hindustan Power projects first to place credit enhanced infrastructure bond

Rs. 380 Crs Issue fully underwritten by Yes Bank Limited   New Delhi, 24 Sep 2015: The Clean energy arm of Hindustan Power achieved the distinction of becoming the first and largest Indian solar player to enter the credit enhanced bond market having the Issue fully underwritten by YES Bank Limited. With this, the clean energy arm is set to issue secured, rated, listed, partially guaranteed, debentures of Rs. 380,00,00,000 (Rupees three hundred and eighty crore) ("Debentures") on a private placement basis to YES Bank Limited for three of its AA+(SO) rated proje...
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Hindustan Power achieves COD of unit-I of its Anuppur thermal power plant

New Delhi, 29 May 2015: India’s leading integrated power player, Hindustan Power successfully achieved COD of unit-I (600 MW) of the first phase of its flagship 2520 MW Anuppur thermal power project in Madhya Pradesh. The company had signed PPA’s with Government of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh for 35% and 361 MW respectively earlier and importantly, the coal for the project is secured through a fuel supply agreement with South Eastern Coalfields. The total capacity of the flagship thermal plant is 2520 MW to be developed in two phases of 1,200 MW (2 x 600 MW) 1,320 ...
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Hindustan Power successfully achieves boiler light-up for the 2nd unit of its phase 1 Anuppur thermal power project

1st phase of 1200 MW to be completed during the current year 2520 MW Anuppur thermal power project will be completely operational by 2018   28 Oct 2015, New Delhi: India’s leading integrated power player, Hindustan Power has achieved a critical milestone towards commissioning its 1200 MW phase 1 (600 MW each for both the units) Anuppur thermal project by successfully conducting the boiler light-up test for the 2nd unit. The test signifies the readiness of the boiler for power generation process and the company has started the work for steam blowing and synch...
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Coal Auction: Does it plug the fuel availability gap?

Ever since the Supreme Court struck down the "arbitrary" and "illegal" allocations of 214 out of the 218 coal blocks allocated since 1993, an air of uncertainty hung over the Indian industry. An approximation of 28,000 MW of generation capacity was directly affected by the de-allocation, and about Rs 2.87 lakh crore of investments hitherto made in the coal sector was put at risk overnight. In view of this and the power situation as precarious as ever, Government's ambitious agenda of doubling power capacity, transforming India into a global manufacturing hub and ensuring '2...
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