Apprehensions of load shedding in the run-up to the Assembly election due to hiccups in the supply of coal has forced the Siddaramaiah government to look at the import option immediately to avoid load shedding next summer when the state is set to go to polls.
Karnataka’s power regulator has finally started approving old power purchase agreements (PPAs) with wind energy developers
India’s largest solar power park, in Karnataka, will witness a re-tendering of 200 megawatts of capacity shortly.
Wind power developers in Karnataka with commissioned capacity of 270 MW are hit as the state’s energy department and electricity regulator engaged in a tiff over tariff rates.
With the March 2018 deadline for solar power projects in Karnataka to be able to be exempted from open access charges, ground level activities have picked up frantic pace to meet the deadline and avail the 10-year concession.
Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd (TPREL) had acquired Walwhan Renewable Energy Limited (formerly known as Welspun Renewables Energy limited) in September 2016.
Karnataka’s electricity regulator has refused to approve the power purchase agreements (PPAs) for wind power projects that were commissioned before March 31, 2017, without a fresh tariff reduction of 17% to Rs 3.74/unit.
Essel Infraprojects Ltd (EIL) today said it has commissioned 55 MW capacity solar projects in Uttar Pradesh and Karnataka.
Karnataka has overtaken Gujarat to become the third highest producer of renewable energy after Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra.
The Centre has given green signal to MRPL for upgrading its existing facilities in Karnataka to produce and supply fuel as per BS VI specification, which would entail an investment of Rs 1,810 crore.