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VP Naidu Inaugurates Amp Energy’s 2.4MW Solar Plant in Puducherry

Amp Energy India has commissioned a 2.4 MW solar power plant at Pondicherry University in the Union Territory of Puducherry. The plant was inaugurated by Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu on 13th September, 2021, in the presence of the Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan, Lt Governor of Puducherry & Chief Rector of Pondicherry University; N Rangasamy, Chief […]

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The BCD Calculus: Will It Deliver The Right Outcomes?

As expected, once it did arrive, India’s Basic Customs Duty (BCD) plan for solar cells and equipment has managed to create just the sort of furore that the government claims it seeks to avoid. After all, for once, this was a decision that was long in coming, with intent having been announced last year itself, […]

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As Solar Spreads, Shrinking Space for Wind

It was one of the lesser noticed misses caused by the 2020 pandemic. In fact, we had predicted it in our own January 2020 issue. When Solar capacity would overtake wind in India. But come 2021, and wind energy has finally been overtaken. The news, when it was finally confirmed, couldn’t have been announced with […]

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Amp Energy Commissions 7.8 MW Solar Plant for L&T Metro Rail Hyderabad

Amp Energy India has commissioned one of the largest BTM solar projects in India for L&T Metro Rail – Hyderabad. Amp Energy India has announced that it has commissioned one of the largest behind-the-meter solar projects in India for L&T Metro Rail – Hyderabad, a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) project between the Government of Telangana and […]

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Blown: How India Lost The Solar Rooftop Battle

Back in 2015, when India declared its renewable energy target of 175GW for 2022, with 100 GW as the share of solar power, the euphoria over the sheer ambition papered over a lot of questions. For not only was this target truly ambitious, but to many, it finally declared the government’s resolve to break away […]

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Our Aim is to Double Our Portfolio in the Next 2 years: ShriPrakash Rai

Canada -based AMP Energy has emerged as a significant player on the IPP side, including in India. The firm, which has stepped up its ambitions in India with a few recent wins in auctions, with bids as low as Rs 2.50 per unit, prides itself on empowering its different country operations. We got responses from […]

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Fresh Covid Guidelines: RE Projects Allowed From April 20

The renewable energy industry, especially utility-scale solar and wind energy projects, received a small relief, in the form of permission to restart construction work on ongoing projects, as well as fresh projects possibly, from April 20 onwards. In an order dated April 15, signed by the Union Home Secretary, the order laid down the new […]

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Solar Rooftop: Over to the States

The Missing Player Rooftop Solar. Right up till 2014, when India shifted gears in solar with an ambitious new target and a new focus on utility scale solar, solar usually meant rooftop solar, or even solar water heaters and other distributed solar products. And this was not because we had a lot of rooftop solar […]

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