Hans-Josef Fell, a German politician and international renewable energy activist, has spent more than 30 years working on solar and wind energy.
India is committed to its renewable energy target of having 175 GW capacity by 2022 to provide equitable sustainable development, a senior official has said.
In a panel discussion on ‘Innovative Financing and Market Evolution to achieve 175 GW renewables by 2022’ organized by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE)
India has about 240 million people without access to electricity – that’s about one fourth of the total global population who don’t have energy security.
The Union government is working on a “rent a roof” policy to support its ambitious plan to generate 40 gigawatts (GW) of power from solar rooftop projects by 2022, said Anand Kumar, secretary in the ministry of new and renewable energy.
1.5 MW Small Hydro Power Plant In Biaras Drass, Kargil (J&k) Becomes First Project To Be Commissioned Under PM’s Ladakh Renewable Energy Initiative
The Biaras Small Hydro Power Project (SHP) of 1.5 MW capacity, in Biaras Drass, Kargil Jammu & Kashmir, was commissioned on 4th November 2017.
The New and Renewable Energy Ministry said the 1.5-mw small hydropower plant in Biaras Drass of Kargil has become the first project to be commissioned under the Prime Minister’s Ladakh Renewable Energy Initiative.
India plans to invite bids for setting up 20 gigawatts (GW) of solar power capacity the world’s largest solar tender at one go, in an attempt to spur domestic manufacturing of solar power equipment.
Lauding India’s renewables and solar photovoltaic (PV) programmes, UNIDO’s India representative Renevan Berkel on Wednesday said more work is needed to bring everybody under the ambit of these iniatives.
Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd (TPREL) had acquired Walwhan Renewable Energy Limited (formerly known as Welspun Renewables Energy limited) in September 2016.