Tata Cleantech Capital

Tata Cleantech Capital Raises Rs 180 Cr via Green Bond

Further, the bonds have been rated CRISIL AAA/ Stable and the proceeds of the bond will be exclusively applied to finance eligible green projects. Tata Cleantech Capital Ltd, a joint venture between Tata Capital and the International Finance Corporation (IFC), has raised Rs 180 crore through its maiden green bond for 5 years from FMO […]

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Canadian Solar Commissions 35 MWp Open Access Solar Project in Karnataka

This project is expected to generate approximately 54,000 MWh of clean solar power every year. Publicly traded solar PV modules maker Canadian Solar said its 35 MWp commercial and industrial (C&I) solar portfolio in the state of Karnataka, India has reached commercial operation in March 2018. Further, the company’s 35 MWp solar project is located in Bagalkot district […]

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Key technology trends shaping the Global Solar Industry

Innovation in Finance When asked about the direction of innovation in financing for clean energy Manish Chaurasia, Managing Director, Tata Cleantech Capital Ltd. (TCCL) said, there is a lot of innovation happening in clean energy financing on a global scale. From securitization of assets to setting up of yield to monetize and plough back capital, […]

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The government of India has set an ambitious target of 175 GW of renewable power installed capacity by the end of 2022, of which 58 GW has been installed so far. The Indian solar market added 1,869 MW in the second quarter of 2017, bringing installations in the first half of the year to 4,765 […]

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International Finance Corporation to Invest 40 Million Dollars in Tata Cleantech Capital to Promote Renewable Energy Projects

World Bank’s private-sector arm will use the money raised through green bonds to financing environment-friendly Renewable Energy Projects. International Finance Corporation is planning to invest up to $40 million in Tata Cleantech Capital Ltd’s (TCCL) green bond issue to help the company expand long-term environment-friendly infrastructure funding. The money raised through green bonds will be […]

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Tata Cleantech Capital is eyeing at growing its asset book to around Rs 5,500 crore by fiscal 2019

Tata Cleantech Capital (TCCL), a joint venture between Tata Capital and International Finance Corporation, currently has an asset/loan book size of Rs 2,400 crore .  Tata Cleantech Capital (TCCL) is reportedly looking at growing its asset book to around Rs 5,500 crore by fiscal 2019, with nearly USD 120 billion debt funds expected to flow […]

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