Taking cue from Prime Minster Narendra Modi’s ardent appeal in Paris Climate Conference in 2015 to make India a solar-powered nation, the Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission (KERC) has taken an initiative to provide a predictable long-tem tariff for renewable energy projects.
During the Conference, India set an ambitious target of achieving 100 gigawatt solar power by 2022, hence the state governments are working in tandem to fulfil this vision. Read More…
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