Natural gas is emerging as a preferred source of fuel for power plants in India. There are plans of having 25 per cent of our total power supply from clean energy sources in the next five years. The national gas grid pipeline that comes through Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra before going up north into Uttar Pradesh is already distributing 80 mmscmd (million metric standard cubic meter per day) of gas. Gas flowing through this pipeline predominantly comes from the Krishna-Godavari gas fields. Tathagat will be foraying into developing greenfield power plants using gas as a feedstock. Tathagat can reduce the cost and construction time of GT based plants by contributing in design standardization and automation as well as by staging. plant construction and commissioning in accord with the demands of the power system.

Tathagat Group is committed to expanding its activities in the countries energy sector, both through participation in projects, and trading of power and renewable fuels. The company is actively studying trading and investment opportunities which meet our development strategies and where Tathagat is able to value add to the business.

We have our interests spelled out in Coal and Gas based power plants. We have already begun work on a gas based power plant in Madhya Pradesh. We foresee an opportunity to set up solar power projects in Rajasthan & Orissa in the near future.

The company also nurtures interest in research and development of bio-diesel as an alternate source of fuel energy for future generations.

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