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Tata Power Solar Leads in EPC Rooftop Business for Four Years in a Row

Tata Power Solar installed nearly 140 MW of solar rooftop projects and 605 MW of utility scale projects within the year. Tata Power Solar, India’s largest integrated solar player,has been ranked #1 EPC rooftop solar player in the recently published India Solar Rooftop report 2017by BRIDGE TO INDIA, a leading cleantech consulting and knowledge services […]

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CleanMax Solar Announces Equity Financing of USD 100 Million from Warburg Pincus

The investment will enable CleanMax Solar to pursue additional growth opportunities beyond India, and provide next generation solutions to the customers through a combination of rooftop solar and energy storage. CleanMax Solar, India’s largest rooftop solar developer for the corporate sector, today announced that it has secured equity financing of up to USD 100 million […]

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GST to cause significant disruption to the solar sector: Bridge to India

Bridge To India notes that the biggest surprise for the power and renewable sector is the announcement of 18% tax rate for solar modules as compared to a present effective rate of zero Government of India recently released final GST rates under the new indirect tax regime proposed to be rolled out from July 1. […]

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India not doing enough to capture energy storage opportunity: Bridge to India

India has barely woken up to the potential of electric vehicles or energy storage China is dominating the energy storage industry which has been so far led by Japanese and Korean manufacturers such as Panasonic, Samsung SDI and LG Chem said Bridge to India in a report. The country is using every trick like government […]

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Solar market in India to grow by 90% in 2017: Bridge to India

2017 will be a bumper year for the sector in India with total installed capacity reaching around 18 GW by the end of the year Indian solar market to witness stellar growth in 2017 with total installed capacity reaching around 18 GW by the end of the year claims Bridge to India. According to the […]

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Rooftop solar units from third party costs 40 percent cheaper than DISCOMs

Rooftop solar units installed on industrial and corporate establishments by third parties are offering power 30-40% cheaper than the rates offered by the state’s power distribution companies. This gap is expected to widen further as thermal power companies would need to increase tariffs to accommodate inflationary measures and solar modules prices fall further. The model […]

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India’s largest rooftop solar tender to see record low tariffs: Bridge To India

Just last week, Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) launched a tender of 1000 MW capacity for development of grid-connected rooftop solar capacity for Central Government Ministries/Departments. The largest rooftop tender launched by SECI is expected to give a big boost to Rooftop Solar Power Generation Segment and help in fulfilling the Modi Government’s target […]

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