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ReNew Power Limited is an Indian renewable energy company headquartered in Gurgaon, Haryana, India. It is an independent power producer (IPP) with an installed capacity of more than 5600 MW across the states of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra and Gujarat, ReNew Power commissioned its first wind farm project in Mahidad - Rajkot district in Gujarat in in 2012. Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India, inaugurated the 25.2 MW wind farm at Jasdan. Gamesa Wind Turbines Ltd. successfully competed for a contract from ReNew to supply wind turbines for different projects worth 75 MW, in the state of Maharashtra in 2012. ReNew Power also awarded a 100 MW project worth Rs.750 crore to Suzlon Energy in June 2014 and won a 57.5 MWp ground mounted grid connected Solar PV project in Madhya Pradesh in 2014. With an active foray into solar and solar rooftop, it has recently commissioned a 300 kWp roof top grid connected Solar PV project in the National Capital Territory of Delhi in 2014.

An angry former employee shared in a review "ReNew Power is an unethical company full of sychophants at top level, who have made a cartel not allowing real professionals to grow. These top echelons are keeping the CMD in the dark and those who have shown trust in them."


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Scott Dutton says

"I have been a customer with Zebra Power for 2 years now, we began in August 2018 paying £39.29 per month for our electric bill in a 2-bed flat. Then after 2 months they realised they had incorrectly calculated the usage resulting in the price increasing to £125.79pm. But we discussed this and agreed to continue as there was no movement on the price. Around another 9 months another increase to £167.08, when i queried this i was informed that we owed around £400 due to usage and the increase would then cover this to reduce the amount owed. Therefore £41.29 extra over 12 months = £495.48 and a little extra cash for them to pocket as well. After continuing with Zebra Power throughout COVID and then coming to the end of our 2 year rent and moving out, i filled out the form required and sent over relevant readings again. They have done quite well so far financially from myself, so why not try and push it a little further. They email me back after crunching the numbers to inform me i have a bill of £923.96 which will be taken from my card on 18th August 2020. I am yet to hear from them with a resolution."

James Alexander Counselling says

"Recently contacted by zebra who decided to double my direct debit.  I advised the operator that I couldn’t afford this planned rise.  Wad advised on the call that my request would be sent to the team that computes these rates and I’d be contacted.   Following that call, I rated the company highly on Trust Pilot.  They have now betrayed that trust as I see they have collected £115.90  from my bank account without further reference to me, placing me in danger of not being able to pay other bills and living expenses due to restricted earnings during covid19.  BAD! time to change energy supplier!"

Jamie Wilson says

"Disgusting company. After my initial 12 months I was switch to a variable rate twice as expensive as before with no contact and no offer of a better deal. It has cost me a small fortune to get away from these modern day Robbers."

Matus Makara says

"I move to another provider which is cheaper . I received email of refund my money after account closed on 28 January today is 18 of February and still didn't get money back spoke with customer services twice about that ,but nothing happens still waiting,and also they try to take 60£ for early exit fee but I had only electricity which is only 30£ fee. Never gonna advise to anyone go to zebra power!!!! Writing behalf my mum"

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