a wholly owned subsidiary of CLP Holdings, is a leading investor-operator in the Asia Pacific energy sector. CLP entered the Indian market in 2002 with the acquisition of Paguthan CCPP (formerly known as Gujarat Paguthan Energy Corporation), a 655 MW gas-fired power station in Bharuch, Gujarat. Over the last decade of doing business in India, CLP India has built a responsible, technologically advanced and diversified portfolio of more than 3,000 MW.
It is the largest foreign investor in the Indian power sector, with a total investment of more than INR 14,500 crores, which is spread across renewable energy, supercritical coal, and gas-fired generation. With more than 1,000 MW of committed wind power projects, CLP India is the largest investor in India’s wind power sector.
CLP India partners leading financial institutions to introduce Pooled Financing for its wind assets
30 September 2013
  • New structure reduces risks and brings incremental benefits
  • Enhances the ability to attract new lenders and fund future growth
Gamesa and CLP India sign a 130 MW Wind Power Project in Maharashtra
17 May 2013
  • The deal comprises of the 65 units of Gamesa G97-2.0MW turbines which will be supplied and commissioned at Jath in Maharashtra, India.
  • CLP India is another leading IPP that joins the growing league of Gamesa’s Customers
  • CLP India’s wind capacity crosses over 1000 MW milestone
CLP India expands wind portfolio by 250 MW
26 December 2012
  • Signs 200 MW wind power project called “Yermala” in Maharashtra and 50.4 MW wind power project called “Mahidad” in Gujarat
  • CLP India’s total wind investments stand at INR 5634 crore / USD 1.02 bn
  • CLP India continues to have the largest wind-power generation capacity in India with a portfolio of 972 MW across 11 wind power projects in the country
CLP India signs a 102.4 MW Wind Power Project called “Bhakrani” in Rajasthan
12 April 2012
  • The project is envisaged to be operational by end of 2012
  • With this project CLP India’s investment in renewables portfolio holds at ~740 MW
  • CLP India has the largest wind-power generation capacity in India with nine wind power projects across the country
Second Unit of CLP India’s Jhajjar Power Plant Synchronized Successfully
02 April 2012
CLP India today announced that the second 660 MW unit of its 1,320MW (2 X 660MW) coal-fired power project, located in the State of Haryana, was successfully synchronized and achieved full load generation, thus raising the total installed generation capacity within the state to 5050.5 MW. The Jhajjar Power Plant is one of India’s first few supercritical coal-fired power plants. The use of the supercritical technology in the plant helps increase the energy efficiency therefore reducing carbon emissions. This is also the first coal-based power generation project set up by an independent power producer in the state.
Unit 1 of CLP India’s 1320MW Jhajjar Power Plant achieves COD
28 March 2012
CLP India today announced that after successfully completing the requisite tests, the First Unit of its 1,320MW (2 X 660MW) coal-fired power project, located in the State of Haryana, has achieved COD. The Jhajjar Power Plant is one of India’s first few supercritical coal-fired power plants. The use of the supercritical technology in the plant helps increase the energy efficiency therefore reducing carbon emissions.
CLP India signs a 100.8MW Wind Power Project with Suzlon
31 January 2012
  • Comprises the latest S97-2.1MW Suzlon wind turbines featuring the doubly fed induction generator (DFIG) technology
  • With an investment of over Rs. 600 Cr, this project will be set-up in Rajasthan
  • CLP India grows its Wind portfolio to 740MW
First Unit of CLP India’s Jhajjar Power Plant Synchronized Successfully
12 January 2012
  • The second 660MW unit of the 1320 MW project is nearing completion and is likely to be synchronized in the next 3 months
  • The use of the latest state-of-the-art supercritical technology helps increase the energy efficiency, lower the fuel consumption and, therefore, lower input costs