JSW Energy Limited, the power utility arm of the JSW Group, commenced its journey in the early years of economic liberalisation in India. With a culture of high performance and teamwork, the Company has leveraged opportunities and grown sustainably.

Over the years, the Company has set benchmarks of operational excellence in the power sector and implemented cutting-edge innovation to minimise environmental footprint. Of the 4,531 MW power generation capacity JSW Energy operates, thermal power accounts for 3,140 MW and hydel 1,391 MW.

With a strategic approach to expand across geographies, diversify the fuel mix and sign long-term power offtake arrangements, the Company has adequately de-risked the business.

In the last fiscal, the Company announced foray into the renewables sector with plans to install solar power systems and solar PV module manufacturing capacity. JSW Energy has also announced its entry into Electric Vehicles (EV) manufacturing and has signed MOUs with Gujarat and Maharashtra Governments for setting up the units. The Company’s presence extends across India and includes interest in a coal mining Company in South Africa.

With a renewed focus and robust operations, JSW Energy is setting new benchmarks in the power sector.

Our Existing Businesses

Power Generation

Current operational capacity 4,531 MW

Power Transmission

Two 400 KV operational transmission lines (JV with MSETCL)


Jalipa and Kapurdi lignite mines with combined capacity of 9 MTPA are operational, capable of meeting entire lignite requirement of 1,080 MW power plant of RWPL

Power Trading

Engaged in power trading since June 2006, handled trading volume of 3.5 billion units this year

Equipment Manufacturing

JV with Toshiba Corp for manufacturing of supercritical steam turbine generators

Power Plants and Operational Capacity



Fuel Source: Gas and thermal coal

Power Offtake: Long-term PPA and Merchant

Baspa II & Karcham Wangtoo

300MW & 1,091MW

Fuel Source: Hydro

Power Offtake: Long-term PPA



Fuel Source: Captive lignite mines of BLMCL

Power Offtake: Long-term PPA



Fuel Source: Thermal coal

Power Offtake: Long-term PPA and Merchant