IREDA holds 16th Stakeholders' Meet

CMD emphasizes ease of doing business, and digitization; Borrowers commend IREDA for Navratna status and streamlined loan process.

IREDA holds 16th Stakeholders' Meet

Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency Limited (IREDA) recently held its 16th Stakeholders' Interaction Meet at the India International Centre in New Delhi. The meeting witnessed active participation from business partners across the renewable energy spectrum, including Solar, Wind, Hydro, Bio Energy, and New & Emerging technologies. It is worth noting that this was the second in-person meeting out of 16, with the rest being conducted virtually.

The event featured a presentation highlighting IREDA's recent achievements, emphasizing its historic annual performance in FY 2023-24. The discussion covered major initiatives undertaken for renewable energy development, execution of suggestions from previous interaction meets, and plans aligned with the targets set by the Government of India.

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The meet highlighted notable financial achievements, with IREDA's Tier-1 Capital reaching Rs. 8,265.20 crores as of March 31, 2024. This substantial capital base enables larger exposure in project financing, with the company capable of financing up to Rs. 2,480 crores to a single borrower and Rs. 4,133 crores to a group of borrowers. IREDA's net worth has witnessed significant growth from Rs. 2,995 crores in FY 2020-21 to Rs. 8,559 crores in FY 2023-24, demonstrating its financial strength and stability.

Addressing the stakeholders, Chairperson & Managing Director of IREDA, Shri Pradip Kumar Das underscored the importance of facilitating Ease of Doing Business and optimizing IT Infrastructure. The CMD reaffirmed IREDA's commitment to sustainable corporate governance, transparency, and accountability.

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He emphasized the company's dedication to tailoring financial products to sector requirements and its readiness to introduce new products based on partners’ feedback. Aligning with the vision outlined at COP26 by the Govt. of India, IREDA aims to play a pivotal role in achieving the ambitious target of 500 GW of installed electricity capacity from non-fossil sources by 2030, he said.

The meeting had an interactive session where stakeholders got to engage directly with the CMD and team. Director (Finance), Dr. Bijay Kumar Mohanty and other senior officials of IREDA also attended the interaction.

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