The 200 MW grid-connected solar capacity has been tendered under type-I category of Uttarakhand Solar Energy Policy-2013 (amended in 2018), and on behalf of Uttarakhand Power Corporation Ltd (UPCL), Dehradun.
As part of the realignment, General Electric (GE) would move its grid solutions and hybrid renewable technologies, including solar and storage systems, into the renewable energy business, complementing its existing onshore wind, offshore wind, and hydro offerings.
The new 3 GW tender is a trimmed version of the ill-fated 10 GW tender. Under the tender, solar power developers will earn assured Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) for double the capacity of a solar manufacturing plant
The Gujarati state government has cancelled the results of a 700 MW auction held last month, blaming an “high tariff”. Softbank-backed SB Energy appeared to have secured 250 MW at Rs2.84 per unit while Finland’s Fortum
The Indian solar PV industry expects the upcoming Union Budget 2019, which is just a week away, to provide stability in policies, taxes and duties, varied financing options for consumers and reduction in corporate tax.
State-owned electricity generator NTPC has invited solar power developers to develop 15 MW floating solar PV capacity at its Koldam Hydroelectric Power Project in Bilaspur district of Himachal Pradesh.
Taiwan-based market research company EnergyTrend, a division of TrendForce, claims China’s 5/31 New Policy had a limited effect on global solar growth last year and this, and its impact is being contained by growing demand in markets outside China.
The $250 million rooftop solar project, to be executed by Tata Cleantech Capital, will receive GCF support through NABARD. The agreement between GCF and NABARD was recently signed at an event held on the sidelines
South Asia is home to more than 1.6 billion people. It is the world’s fastest growing region, with the highest growth rates in the consumption of commercial energy. Demand for electricity in South Asia, particularly in Bangladesh,
Between November 2018 and February 2019, four solar power tenders each totaling 1 GW are set to be issued by SECI, India’s only Central Public Sector Undertaking (PSU) involv