Sembcorp Energy India is looking to scale up its capacity in solar business at a time when the Indian solar industry is grappling with the issue of low tariffs.
“We have been present in the wind sector largely,” said Vipul Tuli, managing director of Sembcorp Energy. “But we see some viability in the solar sector now and we plan to participate in the upcoming bids,” he told ET on the sidelines of a renewable energy event on Friday.
At present, the Gurgaon-based company’s solar capacity stands at 35 MW out of its total renewable energy capacity of 1,700 MW. Read more
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