Record low Indian solar tariffs tendered at a groundbreaking auction may catalyze green investments and help tip the balance of new power to renewables and away from fossil fuels.
The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) is working on a set of guidelines to provide compensation to solar power generators in case they are asked to back-down capacity by distribution companies.
The record low bids for solar power projects in the country may not be a threat to the sector after all. According to a report by Institute of Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA)
India witnessed a total of $1.77 billion equity investment in the form of foreign direct investment (FDI) in the non-conventional
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today invited investors from the world over to invest in India in the field of renewable sources of energy and contribute in the humanitarian task of solving the problem of global warming.
Going green in its second year of operations, Jaipur Metro has decided to set up rooftop solar panels at eight elevated stations on its 9.25-km-long corridor between Mansarovar and Chandpole.
The board of NTPC, India’s biggest energy conglomerate, has cleared Rs.323.35
Total installed solar power generation capacity in the country touched 7,805 MW mark by June-end this year with Rajasthan
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