BluSmart partners with TATA Power to source green power

Under the PPA, 30 MW capacity will be sourced by TPTCL from Tata Power's  200 MW Solar PV power plant in Bikaner district, Rajasthan.

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BluSmart partners with TATA Power to source green power

BluSmart, an EV ride hailing service and EV charging infrastructure network has annnounced a multi-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with Tata Power's subsidiary, Tata Power Trading Company, to source green power. 

Under the PPA, 30 MW capacity will be sourced by TPTCL from Tata Power's  200 MW Solar PV power plant in Bikaner district, Rajasthan.

This partnership with TPTCL allows BluSmart to completely eliminate Scope 2 emissions from its existing 1.4 million sq. ft. of EV charging infrastructure and future charging hubs, it claims in a press release. 

With this, BluSmart, which has raised USD 200 million in growth capital, also claims to emerge as the first mobility player in India to transition from zero tailpipe emissions to a zero-emissions company.

"BluSmart has already covered 0.4 billion electric kms since launch till date, and we are excited that the journey to 1 billion electric kms will now be powered by 100% renewable energy," said Punit Goyal, Co-founder, BluSmart. 

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