JSW Energy

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JSW Energy
Public company
(BSE533148)
Industry Energy
Founded 1994
Headquarters Mumbai, India
Area served
India
Key people
Sajjan Jindal (Chairman)[1]
Prashant Jain (JMD & CEO) Jyotikumar Agarwal (Director-Finance)
Products Electricity Generation and transmission, Hydroelectricity, energy trading, Mining, Power Plant Equipment Manufacturing
Revenue 89,340 million (US$1.4 billion)[2]
Number of employees
1000+
Parent JSW Group
Website [1]

JSW Energy Limited (JSWEL) (BSE533148|NSEJSWENERGYEQ) is a division of JSW Group in India.

JSW Energy is in various areas of power: Generation, Transmission and Trading.

Power Plants[edit]

JSW Energy has 3740 MW of operational generating capacity. In addition, it has power generation projects at an early stage under development with a proposed combined installed capacity of 8630 MW.

The board of directors of Jaiprakash Power Ventures, a fully owned subsidiary of the Jaypee group, has approved the 100 per cent transfer of businesses of its operating power plants — the 300-Mw Baspa-II hydroelectric plant (commissioned in 2003) and the 1,091-Mw Karcham Wangtoo plant (commissioned in 2011), in Himachal Pradesh.JMD Sanjay Sagar heading JSW energy.operating from mumbai corporate

Jaypee’s entire hydropower portfolio of three plants was up for sale. Of these, JSW has bought two with an asset value of 50 years. Since the acquired capacity is operational, this deal would add to JSW’s generation capacity, revenue, PAT (profit after tax) and Ebitda (earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation). With a total hydro asset base of 1,300 Mw, JSW is now the largest private producer of hydro power in the country.

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