Mumbai: Tata Power Ltd has expanded its distribution network and developed infrastructure to provide power supply to more than 5,000 new consumers in Ambujwadi, a slum in Malad, a northwestern suburb of Mumbai.

The company is already providing power to 3,100 of the 5,000 residents in Ambujwadi. Connections to the rest will be provided before the monsoon, the company said.

“The residents can also now avail host of value-added services offered by Tata Power which include exchange offers, easy payment options, safety awareness programme and various welfare initiatives,” said Ashok Sethi, executive director, Tata Power, in a company release.

Tata Power has also rolled out various door-step services for the consumers like mobile cash collection van for bill payment.

At 1425 IST, shares of the company were down 2.3% at 99.05 rupees on the National Stock Exchange.

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