The Ministry of New & Renewable Energy in India plans to add yet another record-breaking project in its portfolio and it has chosen the district of Anantapur in the state of Andhra Pradesh where it plans the world’s largest solar-wind hybrid project.
With nearly 300 million rural Indians, about a fourth of the country’s population, still lacking access to quality power, Decentralised Distributed Generation (DDG) could be the answer.
India’s global initiative International Solar Alliance (ISA), which aims at increasing solar energy deployment in member countries, will become a treaty-based international intergovernmental organisation tomorrow.
A mechanism for reducing the risks associated with financing of solar powerprojects and make them viable under the aegis of the International Solar Alliance(ISA) is set to be rolled out in a year, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) said today.
The state government-sponsored bids for tenders of solar power projects in Odisha is likely to see stiff competition, as top-notch private developers and leading public sector undertakings (PSUs) compete in the bidding process.
The Punjab state power Corporation Limited(PSPCL) has added increased its share of renewable energy has risen to 20% of the total energy produced via Thermal and Hydel sources in the state by signing an agreement with Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) to buy additional 150 MW of power
In an attempt to mitigate any risks that prospective solar power project developers may face with the sale of generated electricity, India’s Ministry of New & Renewable Energy has announced a crucial modification in rules.
Over the last few years, India has emerged as a leader, at the forefront of issues pertaining to climate change.
After months of uncertainty, Solairedirect has finally found a buyer for its 250 megawatt solar power project in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
Karnataka’s power regulator has finally started approving old power purchase agreements (PPAs) with wind energy developers