Tata Power, India’s largest integrated power firm, today said it has crossed the two million consumer base milestone in the country.
In 2015-2016, Tata Power’s consumer base in Mumbai increased to over 6.64 lakh, and in Delhi it went up to over 15.15 lakh consumers, a company said in a statement.
For more than a decade now, Tata Power has been offering affordable power tariff across most consumer categories and the remarkable increase in the company’s customer base is evidence of the same, it said.
In Mumbai, the company added 18,511 direct consumers and 42,157 changeover consumers to its network in 2015-16, growing to a total of 6,64,407 connections.
In financial year 2015-16, Tata Power Delhi Distribution Ltd registered a consumer base of 15.15 lakh spanning across an area of 510 sq km in northern and north-western parts of Delhi, it added.
“…Our growing consumer base speaks of the relationship we share with our customers. We constantly strive to reach new heights through constant innovation and are committed to ensuring that our customers have a great experience,” Tata Power MD and CEO Anil Sardana said.
“We are extremely proud and happy to have achieved this milestone and stay committed to delivering superior services at competitive prices,” Sardana added.
Tata Power further said it remains committed to offer its consumers reliable and uninterrupted power supply at competitive prices in the years to come.