Continuing with its ongoing mission of encouraging and facilitating the ‘Green Affordable Housing in India’, IIFL Home Finance Ltd. (IIFL HFL) organized the fifth chapter of KUTUMB – An Initiative Towards Green Affordable Housing at Hyderabad on December 12, 2019.
To boost the number of solar rooftop photovoltaic projects in the state, Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission (KERC) issued an order recognising third-party investments in setting up SRTPV units in rooftops of houses.
Kenya brought a new 50 megawatt (MW) solar plant online on Friday which it said would mean renewable energy, led by hydroelectricity, now makes up more than 90 per cent of its power mix.
The Indian Energy Exchange (IEX), India’s leading energy exchange, is hopeful of being able to introduce a trading platform for wind and solar power, early next fiscal.
Solar power producer Azure Power has announced that it has received a letter of award (LOA) for a 2 Gigawatt (GW) interstate transmission (ISTS) solar power project with Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) to supply power for 25 years at a tariff of Rs 2.92 per kWh.
The government of India has teed off industrialising the new Union Territory of Ladakh by inviting the wind industry to put up wind farms there. A high level meeting was held in Leh recently, attended by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy
Tamil Nadu has overtaken Karnataka to become India’s top renewable power generating state in FY20 (till October). Of the total renewable power generation in the country, nearly 17.2 per cent was from Tamil Nadu. According to Central Electricity Authority (CEA) data in 2019-20 (
The world is losing the race against climate change, UN chief Antonio Guterres warned here on Thursday, demanding bolder action from the governments and a shift to a low-carbon economy which he said represented a whopping USD 26 trillion growth opportunity and could create 65 million new jobs by 2030.
Green energy provider Vikram Solar on Thursday announced commissioning of three solar plants for Airports Authority of India (AAI) in Assam, Bihar and Maharashtra. The cumulative capacity of the three projects is 1.1 MW, Vikram Solar said in a statement.
The government on Thursday said a total of 47.86 gigawatt (GW) of renewable energy capacity has been installed in the past six years.