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
Is it the fatigue of being in the business of connecting thousands of villages with electricity for almost five decades? Or is it that banking is oh so sexy? Talk to PV Ramesh of Rural Electrification Corporation.
The Greater Chennai Corporation is all set to install solar panels in 1,378 Chennai corporation owned buildings, in a bid to swerve towards green energy from non-renewable energy.
In a bid to exceed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s climate pledges, India announced that it will tender enough renewable energy projects over the next three years to surpass 200 gigawatts of green capacity build by 2022.
Taking cognizance of the long-pending demand from the Power and New and Renewable Energy Ministry to declare the roadmap of renewable energy development in India.
India plans to penalize solar power developers which are using foreign equipment in power generation projects awarded on the basis that they would only use locally made solar cells and modules, according to two government officials.
The Government today announced the trajectory for achieving its targets of commissioning 175 GW of Renewable Energy (RE), 100 GW of solar generating capacity and 60 GW of wind power, by 2022.
The government plans to seek bids globally for 20 GW of solar generation capacity by companies ready to set up manufacturing facilities in India.
Silencing critics, the BJP led Modi government is confident of not just achieving the ambitious targets of developing 175 Giga watt or 1,75,000 mega watt of renewable energy capacity in India but far exceeding it.