Interviews and stories

A passion for safety
December 2016 | Sanghamitra Bhowmik

Tata Power has gone beyond compliance to excel in its pursuit of 'zero harm' in its everyday operations

Fuel for thought
August 2016 | Philip Chacko

Tata Power seeks to make a mark in Indonesia with its joint venture in coal mining and its plans to help develop the country's energy industry

Sparking change
June 2016 | Cynthia Rodrigues

Children are the best ambassadors of change and this has been proven once again by the success of Tata Power's Club Enerji campaign aimed at the conservation of energy and natural resources

'Fostering an ethical environment begins at the top'
April 2016

Anil Sardana, CEO and MD of Tata Power, shares his views on how the company inculcates a culture of ethics across all levels

A fish tale
February 2016 | Jai Madan

The mahseer conservation programme centred around Tata Power's hydro plant at Walwhan in Lonavala, near Mumbai, has offered a lifeline to the endangered species

'Our opex costs are industry benchmarks'
January 2016 | Sangeeta Menon

SS Varma, vice president, operations, Trust Energy Resources Pte, talks about the company’s growth and future plans

Generating affection, too
July 2015 | Gayatri Kamath

Tata Power's affinity with its customers, who range from industrial users to individuals, is characterised by a willingness to change and improve

100 years of high-wattage performance
April 2015 | Gayatri Kamath and Cynthia Rodrigues

From its humble beginnings with a 40MW unit at Khopoli, Maharashtra, Tata Power has grown to become India’s largest integrated private power producer with a footprint across Europe, Africa and Asia

'We will continue to bring new technologies to India'
April 2015 | Gayatri Kamath

The path that Tata Power has chosen for itself is global and clean, as the company’s chief executive, Anil Sardana, explains in this interview

'The consumer will reign'
April 2015 | Gayatri Kamath

Tata Power’s chief operating officer, Ashok Sethi, who has clocked 39 years with the company, shares his views on the organisation’s evolution

'We have to slog our assets'
April 2015 | Gayatri Kamath

There are challenges as well as opportunities on the path that Tata Power has chosen to take, says chief financial officer Ramesh Subramanyam

'A climate of respect is vital'
April 2015 | Gayatri Kamath

Chief culture officer and head of business excellence and transformation, Vivek Talwar, on what makes Tata Power a sustainable organisation

'People policies are linked to the company’s strategy'
April 2015 | Gayatri Kamath

Employee engagement is critical to improve staff morale and the sense of belonging in the company, says human resources head Chetan Tolia

The going is green
April 2015 | Gayatri Kamath

A presence across hydro, wind, solar and geothermal makes it easier for Tata Power to target a cleaner energy portfolio

Chain of excellence
April 2015 | Cynthia Rodrigues

From renewable power to consumer friendliness, Tata Power’s associate entities have set the standard for the industry

'We were getting marginalised'
April 2015 | Cynthia Rodrigues

Tata Power had to think beyond Mumbai to stay relevant in a rapidly changing industry, and that’s what it did, writes Prasad Menon

From dependable to adaptable
April 2015 | Cynthia Rodrigues

Tata Power has grown spectacularly in scale and spread thanks to its ability to reinvent itself, says Adi Engineer

When 'farmers' became 'hunters'
April 2015 | Cynthia Rodrigues

Where once reliability and continuity were prized, Tata Power has moved on to find its balance and to flourish in a business arena rendered volatile, writes Firdose Vandrevala

'It was easier to run back then'
April 2015 | Cynthia Rodrigues

KM Gherda remembers the days of Tata Electric Companies, of ‘reasonable returns’ and a business where the big complexity was accounting for three rather than one

A pioneer all the way through
April 2015 | Cynthia Rodrigues

FC Kohli on the company where he made his mark as an information technology whiz, at a time when government permission was needed to get computers installed