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GTI signs agreement with O2 power for captive solar power plant


Gateway Terminals India Pvt. Ltd. [GTI], also known as APM Terminals Mumbai has collaborated with O2 power to supply clean energy.

The terminal signed an agreement with O2 power to set up a captive solar power plant. The plant with a capacity to generate 22 million kWh of electricity annually is expected to meet 80% of the terminal’s power requirement and reduce the carbon footprint by 44% (15,092 CO2t).

Sunay Mukerjee – COO of GTI mentioned, “The power agreement marks a significant step forward in our decarbonization journey.”

GTI is a joint venture between APM Terminals and the Container Corporation of India (CONCOR-A Government of India undertaking), operating at Jawaharlal Nehru Port Authority, located at Nhava Sheva.

“Partnering with GTI, the Indian arm of APM Terminals which is one of the biggest terminal companies in the globe, is a significant addition to our C&I portfolio,” said Parag Sharma –CEO and Founder, O2 Power, adding that the intra-state open access structure where we will supply captive power to GTI from our solar plants in Maharashtra will empower the terminal to transform their supply-chain operations and turn them green and sustainable.


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