There is a change in fortunes — for the better — for the people of Pavagada taluk, Tumakuru district, about 180km from India’s IT-BT-start-up capital of Bengaluru.
The Centre will soon call for bids for setting up a 30,000 MW solar power project in the Ladakh region subject to ‘some clarity’ on the evacuation issues, according to Pankaj Batra, Chairman, Central Electricity Authority (CEA).
India is likely to set up additional solar power generation capacity in a range between 56,000 Megawatt (Mw) and 58,000 Mw over the next four years through 2023 as compared to 20,000 Mw solar capacity addition in the past four years since 2014, ratings agency CRISIL said in a report today.
Thirty-four companies, including some of the largest global and domestic wind energy players, participated in the Expression of Interest (EoI) floated by the government on the plan to set up the country’s first mega offshore wind farm.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ambitious solar project for farmers called Kisan Urja Suraksha Evam Utthaan Mahabhiyan (KUSUM) has been red flagged by the Finance Ministry, Business Standard reported.
Analysts at Swiss investment bank UBS believe that by 2030, we could all be living without much of a carbon footprint — at least at home. The analysts believe that the cost of renewable energy will continue to dive heading into the next decade, and that by 2030
Adani Green Energy Ltd (AGEL) today said a tender for setting up solar power generation projects of 300 Megawatt capacity has been annulled.
Green Investment Group (GIG) announced today it has acquired a “significant” solar development portfolio in the Asia Pacific region from downstream solar company Conergy Asia & ME Pte Ltd.
Recent developments in the renewable energy space saw a record drop in solar power tariffs and technological improvement in the energy storage solutions. This has put a question mark on the future of coal as a dominant yet polluting, depleting and costly source of energy for which citizens continue to pay a premium pri
Private equity firm KKR & Co said it will acquire a 60 per cent stake in India’s Ramky Enviro Engineers Ltd (REEL) for $530 million, adding it was one of India’s largest buyouts.