Bringing key petroleum products in the ambit of the Goods and Services Tax, easing licensing needs and taxation for upstream projects, enhancing third-party access to gas pipelines and helping in faster execution
As India seems to have voted for a majority government for yet another term, the renewable energy industry wants the government to continue with a sharp focus on policy stability to spur growth, gaining from the likely continuity in administration.
The incoming power minister is unlikely to be troubled by any of the burning issues that her predecessors will have routinely faced early in their tenure. We are in this position having successfully tackled our long-running ordeals with power shortages
The Indian government’s leading think-tank has proposed electrifying most motorbikes and scooters within the next six to eight years to curb pollution and reduce dependency on fossil fuels, a source with direct knowledge of the matter said.
After spending lakhs of rupees on rooftop solar installations, solar prosumers (producers and consumers of solar power) are now distressed to find that the electricity department has not accounted for the solar power that their plants have been supplying to the grid.
Asian utilities and developers are increasingly interested in constructing renewable energy plants that can be integrated into existing power grids or function as standalone facilities in the pursuit for universal electrification. One such area that is finding interest is floating solar systems.
If power situation has seen a marked improvement in the past two years, it is because of relentless effort of the state government to fulfill its promise to provide 22-hour supply to rural areas and 24-hour suppl
India’s largest generator Tata Power’s subsidiary, Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd, emerged winner in an auction conducted by Gujarat for 1000 MW of projects to be built at Dholera solar park.
State-owned BHEL on Tuesday said it has commissioned two more pumping units of Kaleshwaram lift irrigation project in Telangana. The PSU commissioned unit 3 and 4 of 116 MW each.
Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd, India’s third-largest oil refiner may borrow about Rs 7,000-8,000 crore in FY20 for revamping its refineries at Mumbai and Vishakhapatnam, company’s Chairman MK Surana said in its Q4 FY19 earnings press conference.