True to the spirit of the Tata companies, Tata Capital believes that Corporate Sustainability is the cornerstone for business operations. At the conceptual level, Tata Capital's fundamental views on CSR are oriented towards stakeholder-participation approach where the target group(s) are seen as stakeholder(s) in the community whose well-being is integral to the long term success of the company and not merely a charity-oriented approach. Tata Capital has a defined its CSR vision and purpose to drive CSR implementation and achieve desired results and impact.
To create shared value for the community at large in line with the Tata Group’s core purpose
We endeavour to improve the lives of the community, especially the socially and economically underprivileged communities, by making a long term, measurable and positive impact through projects in the areas of Education, Skill Development, Climate Action and Health.
At Tata Cleantech Capital, we focus on building a cleaner and brighter future for the rural communities as well as for the environment.
The project aims to provide electricity to unelectrified houses and community spaces through Solar off-grid systems by adopting a community partnership model. Within this model, the capital expenditure of the installation is funded by Tata Capital and the maintenance of the systems is paid by the community members through a one-time joining fee and electricity bills.
Since the past four years, 1200+ houses in 33 tribal hamlets in Jawhar (Palghar district, MH), Shahapur (Thane district, MH) and Kurdeg (Simdega district, JH) have been given access to clean electricity
As a part of our corporate sustainability initiative Tata Cleantech Capital Limited, in association with Diganta Swaraj Foundation, has initiated a solar backed Water project on river Kunti and it’s 18 tributaries in Mokhada, rural Maharashtra.
Mokhada, is in the water stress area where clean drinking water has always been a problem and generating income through agriculture becomes a challenging issue. The scope of this 3 year project is to ensure availability of clean drinking water and water for livelihoods with the use of solar pumping systems on river Khunti and its tributaries in Mokhada, Maharashtra. The project will bring 200 acres of land under cultivation through vegetable cultivation, floriculture and horticulture.
As part of Phase 1 of Project Ecosphere, Line 1, 2 and 3 was inaugurated by TCCL MD Mr. Manish Chourasia on 20th Jan 2021 at Village Poshera, Mokhada covering 4 hamlets and benefitting 91 farmers. Approx. 100 acres of land will be brought under cultivation in this phase.
TCCL installed rooftop solar panels of 50.05 kW capacity at base hospital of AJEH in Mastichak, Patna, Bihar which will help reduce dependency on diesel generators, reduce their utility cost and decrease their carbon footprint.
Mr. Manish Chourasia (Managing Director, Tata Cleantech Capital Limited) addressing the crowd at the inauguration of the Solar Plant in Shahpur
Solar pump Micro-irrigation project in Wada
Mr. Manish Chourasia (Managing Director, Tata Cleantech Capital Limited) at the beach cleanup organized by Tata Capital
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