IPCL partnered with Andamax Gmbh through a Joint Venture Matsya Shipping & Ports Pvt.Ltd. to provide port and logistic services.
2 Units of 3*150 MW Thermal Power Plant in Haldia commissioned.
Meenakshi Energy Limited was selected as a successful bidder for supply of 20 MW power by Bangladesh Power Development Board.
IPGUPL co-developed and implemented 36MW solar Power project in Uttarakhand.
Acquired Meenakshi Energy Ltd having 1000 MW Port Based Thermal Power Project Added 10mw Wind energy in Gujarat and 5 MW in Maharashtra.
IPCL partnered with Uniper Kraftwerke Gmbh through a Joint Venture India Uniper Power Services Pvt Ltd. to provide operation and maintainance services to Power Plants in India.
IPCL through its SPV, India Power Corporation(Bodhgaya) Limited started distribution in Gaya, Bihar as a Distribution Franchisee [operative for 4 years]
IPCL Power Trading Private Limited, a subsidiary of India Power Corporation Limited, obtained Category-III Inter-State Trading License, by which it can trade electricity upto 620 MU electricity per annum across India.
Incorporated India Power Green Utility Private Limited(IPGUPL) to build a sizeable of portfolio of green energy.
Erstwhile IPCL merged with DPSC and the name of DPSC changed to India Power Corporation Ltd.(IPCL)
Commissioned 60 MW Wind Power Plant in Rajasthan ,India.
Started Implementing 450 MW Thermal Power Project in Haldia.
Commissioned 10.4 MW Wind Power Plant in Karnataka,India.
Commissioned 24.8 MW Wind Power Plant in Gujarat,India.
Developed 2 MW Solar Plant at Seebpore in association with West Bengal Green Energy Development Corporation Limited (WBGEDCL) which was the first of its kind grid connected Solar Plant in Asia.
The name of Dishegarh Power Supply Company Limited changed to DPSC Limited.
Awarded Distribution License to Dishegarh Power Supply Company Limited for Distribution of energy in the Asansol- Ranigunj belt.
Incorpoartion of Dishegarh Power Supply Company Limited primarily to suppuly power to the collieries of Bengal Coal Company Ltd., (the then largest producer of Coal in Asia), to the Railways, Industries and Townships in the Asansol-Ranigunj areas.