There is fresh traction for the Centre’s solar push, with new flag bearers beginning to eclipse the more established ones. Andhra Pradesh has emerged on top in terms of cumulative solar project capacity, surpassing the traditional solar leaders — Rajasthan and Gujarat — to report the highest installed solar generation capacity till March 2017.
Indian company Sterling & Wilson have secured an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for an 1177MW project Abu Dhabi.
NTPC’s storage-linked solar project in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands is facing hiccups at the inception stage itself.
Three countries, Ivory Coast, Somalia and Ghana signed up for the International Solar Alliance, on the sidelines of the African Development Bank’s annual meeting held in Gandhinagar, taking the total number of signatories to 31.
Indian solar energy firm Rays Power Infra Pvt. Ltd. said it commissioned the 78 MW solar project in Tehsil-Bhagwanpur in the Roorkee District of Uttarakhand
The iconic NCPA, the mecca of the city’s art and culture lovers, is now holding a beacon for energy conservation measures as well. It has installed one of the city’s largest private rooftop solar projects on its vast terraces.
The recent record low solar tariffs have once again started the murmurs in the in the business circles and in the media about how low tariffs will render this sector ineffective in the long run.
The world’s largest solar power plant, coming up in Madhya Pradesh, has caught the interest of clean energy companies from around the world.
India’s RE sector is clearly the focus of investors. Impressive growth estimates being predicted by experts. Mercom and Bridge to India Forecasts 8-9 GW of Solar Installations in India for 2017. For 2016, Solar Installations to Come in at around 4 GW
India’s renewable energy sector especially solar and wind projects have clearly emerged as the two fronts drawing maximum investments with an intact and impressive growth story being predicted by exper