In a turnaround of financials of state discoms, like those of Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, following government initiatives in the last one year
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Denmark’s DONG Energy beat second-quarter profit forecasts on Thursday and said the start-up of more projects and a fall in construction costs would generate more cash, possibly making way for higher shareholder returns in coming years.
In a major relief to Inox Wind, the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) has quashed insolvency proceedings against the integrated wind turbine manufacturer, allowing its board of directors to take charge again
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With renewable power becoming more affordable, the government is set to auction wind power projects more frequently and is willing to abandon separate purchase obligation for different sources of clean energy for state utilities.
Union Power Minister Piyush Goyal on Friday presided over the signing of Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) for the purchase of 1050 MW wind power under the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE)?s first Wind Auction Scheme here.
PPAs signed for first Wind Auction totalling 1050 MW
Union Minister of State (IC) for Power, Coal, New & Renewable Energy and Mines, Piyush Goyal presided over the signing of Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) for purchase of 1050 MW of wind power under Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE)’s first Wind Auction Scheme on Friday.
Toeing the line of electricity distribution companies in Uttar Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka-based discom Bescom has cancelled the power purchase agreements (PPAs) of 75.6 MW wind power projects commissioned before March 31.
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