State-owned power generator NTPC Ltd today announced it has received investment approval for two solar power projects of 160 Megawatt capacity in Uttar Pradesh.
Is the stage set for a rebound in the Indian renewable energy sector? Heading into 2019 that is the question stakeholders will try to get a grip on. After a record addition of 9,780 megawatt (MW) in 2017, Mercom India Research projects
With 12,640MW in cumulative installed capacity of renewable energy, Karnataka this year became number one state in the country in enhancing its renewable energy capacity. It is the only state to have added 5265.26 MW of installed solar capacity.
The Maharashtra State Power Generation Company (MAHAGENCO) has invited an expression of interest (EoI) to set up a 10 MW grid-connected floating solar project at the Upper Vaitarna reservoir in Nashik district.
The Indian government has been forced to cancel 12 gigawatts of solar power auctions due to a sharp decline in solar power tariff bids. This may seem counter-intuitive, but this capacity was to be supplied along with thermal power from coal-based power plants.
Political rallies and functions at Jambooree Maidan have robbed BHEL of its ambitious 10 MW solar power plant, forcing the public sector giant to cut down on its capacity 5 MW.
With cleaner fuel fast emerging as an order of the day in 2018, a busy year awaits the Indian automobile industry in 2019, a year before the Bharat Stage-VI standards gets implemented, when manufacturers would need to drive extra mile to meet the strict emission norms.
India is now working toward a National Energy Storage Mission (NESM) to keep pace with the changing dynamics of the energy market. As energy storage projects are almost negligible in India, efforts have been made to tender and auction solar
That the Kempegowda International Airport at Bengaluru is one of the country’s few airports to have been built under the public private partnership (PPP) model is well known. What is less known is that of the over 75 million units
Foreign developers won the entire 700 MW being bid for at the solar auction conducted by Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd (GUVNL) on Friday, with the Softbank-backed SB Energy winning 250 MW at the lowest tariff of Rs 2.84 per