Author: Saur News Bureau

RE Industry gears up for Renewable Energy India 2016 Expo

UBM India is all set to host the 10th edition of its flagship event, Renewable Energy India Expo (REI) scheduled from 7th to 9th September 2016 at the India Expo Center, Greater Noida. India’s green economy community and participants from overseas will congregate at the REI Expo to discuss industry trends, challenges and market insights […]

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PM Narendra Modi invites India’s top fossil fuel ventures to contribute in solar

India’s topmost energy corporations are moving beyond their roots in fossil fuels to plough money into renewables, supporting the idea of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s goal to expand the growth of alternatives to the most polluting forms of energy. According to the reports of state agency responsible for implementing energy policy, one of the prominent […]

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Inter-state transmission lines are planned and implemented for Supply of Power from Surplus States to Deficit States

Power, Coal and New & Renewable Energy Minister PiyushGoyal in Lok Sabha informed that the inter-state transmission lines are planned and implemented as a part of the evacuation system from inter-state generation stations and also as system strengthening projects. The inter-state transmission lines are used for delivery of power from the generating stations to their […]

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Indian EPC Sterling and Wilson bags 250 MW Solar Project in Nigeria

The Indian EPC Sterling and Wilson have been sanctioned to develop 250 MW of 975 MW of solar Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) by Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading (NBET) Plc under Nigeria’s FIT program. The recent signing of 975 MW of PPA, which was given granted by the Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading (NBET) in of the […]

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India sanctions scheme to develop 10 Solar Zones having at least 10000 hectares of land

The Government o India has directed authorization to implement the scheme for setting up of 10 ‘Solar Zones’ each having at least 10000 hectares of govt. or privately owned uncultivable and fallow land in one or more than one patches to encourage solar PV project developers, investors and manufacturers to help achieve the nation’s massive […]

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SPI Energy Completes 2.4MW Nishiura Power Plant In Japan And Connects It To The Grid

SPI Energy ‘s wholly owned Japanese subsidiary, SPI Solar Japan has completed the 2.4MW Nishiura power plant in Japan’s Ibaraki Prefecture and connected it to the grid. This was the first distributed generation PV project undertaken by SPI Japan in September 2014 and covered all aspects of the plant’s development, construction and operation. The utility-scale […]

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Alterra Power acquires 20 MW solar portfolio from Inovateus Solar

Alterra Power enters into an agreement with Inovateus Solar to acquire an 80% ownership interest in a two-project 20 MWDC portfolio of solar farms in the Midwestern United States. Both the solar projects are contracted under long-term, investment-grade power purchase agreements. Alterra is actively developing and arranging finance for its first project, a 7 MWDC […]

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Indian Government doubles down on Solar Parks after SunEdison Setback

According to the reports from a top government official, India is expected to double the target for energy to be generated from solar parks by 2020, as roof-top installations progress has turned out to be slower than anticipated and U.S. company SunEdison’s projects are threatened by its bankruptcy. The Indian Government acquired lands are most […]

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