We established our first co-generation plant at Wategaon in the year 2006 with 12 MW electricity generation and inducing second co-generation plant at Rajaramnagar in 2016, we generate 28 MW of electricity, from which 11MW of energy is used in house for various products; surplus energy of 17MW is exported to the Government of Maharashtra, (MERC).

With an average of 2.2 million quintals of sugar production every year, there is also relative bagasse residue to it.

To minimize wastage and pollution, we actuated consuming bagasse to run mills and generate steam to run the boilers and turbines.

An onsite cogeneration plant is more efficient than a utility operated central power plant since thermal energy would otherwise be wasted.