CDC Group Plc, the UK government’s development finance institution, is planning to set up its own renewable energy platform focussed on east India and neighbouring countries.
Subdued demand coupled with surplus electricity availability has slowed down the addition of new capacity for generating power from conventional sources of energy such as coal and gas.
India’s 175 GW renewable energy (RE) targets by 2022 are ambitious, to say the least. Compared to RE targets in Europe, China, or California that require 4-5% growth in RE capacity annually,
A 40 kilowatt solar power plant was recently inaugurated in Assam’s Jorhat city with an aim to utilize the energy resources.
According to the latest assessment by the Central Electricity Authority (CEA), India’s total power capacity is pegged at over 300,000 Megawatt
India has embarked upon a laudable and ambitious program to install 100 GW of solar PV plants and 60 GW of wind turbine plants by 2022
Capital markets regulator Sebi will soon finalise its guidelines for listing of Green Bonds, which would facilitate raising of funds for investment in renewable energy space
In what marks the entry of Japanese investors in the Indian renewable energy market, its leading power company JERA Co Inc picked up a 10 per cent stake in ReNew Power Ventures Pvt Ltd
New capacity additions could all come from renewable sources like solar, wind and hydro power, but that is only after 2023-24, subject to cost competitiveness and the grids ability to handle clean energy, says a TERI report.
Coal as a fuel for power generation is as important as renewable sources as it is essential to maintain the country’s base load, power, coal, renewable energy and mines minister Piyush Goyal today said.