In what can be seen as the first of its kind, a solar power plant will be installed on a seasonal rivulet in the city. Chandigarh Renewal Energy, Science and Technology Promotion Society (CREST) is planning to install a 3 MW solar
To boost alternative and solar energy in the state,Uttar Pradesh government on Tuesday gave its approval to set up a unit to generate alternative energy in Sitapur and clear 10 bids of 500 megawatt solar energy in the state.
India’s Shapoorji Pallonji Group plans to seek about $1 billion by bringing outside investors into its solar unit, as it embarks on a series of asset sales across the 153-year-old conglomerate to reduce debt.
The government has asked Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) to bring tenders of 1,000 MW every month, beginning from November 2018 till February 2019, as reported by The Indian Express.
India may have a tough time meeting its solar energy capacity targets as developers steer clear of government auctions
As it heads into election year, the central government is wary of underperforming on its solar energy mandate. As a result, it has instructed the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI), a company housed under the Ministry of New and Renewable Energ
Distribution companies (discoms) across India would have to pay solar power developers a one-time compensation totaling Rs 2,000 crore towards Goods and Service Tax (GST) impact,
The government has put its ambitious solar power capacity addition plan on a fast track, asking the state-run Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) to bring tenders to install 4,000 megawatt (MW) solar power capacity in four months to February 2019.
With the government facing criticism over unfulfilled promises and unmet targets, the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) has been asked to bring tenders of 1000 MW each in the months from November to February
India’s primary energy demand will more than double by 2040, becoming the single largest source of global growth. While China’s energy use will also grow, the rate of growth will be only one-fifth of that seen from 2000 to 2017.
ACWA Power, a Saudi Arabia-based firm involved in the development, construction, and operation of power generation and desalination of water plants, has announced the financial closure of the Sakaka solar project.