Crisil Ratings

Draft Open Access Norms Can be a Tailwind for New RE Projects: CRISIL

The Draft Electricity (promoting renewable energy through Green Energy Open Access) Rules, 2021, announced by the Ministry of Power, if implemented as is, could improve the certainty of cash flows for new renewable energy projects coming up through this route, finds CRISIL ratings. In India, power distribution happens through three modes – state distribution companies, […]

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Amid Rising Module Cost, Returns of Projects May Drop by 200 bps: Crisil

According to CRISIL Ratings’ estimates, rising module prices may diminish returns for 12 GW of bid out solar projects by ~200 bps and inflate tariffs of future bids by 10-15 paise per unit. CRISIL, an Indian subsidiary of the US company S&P Global, is an analytical company providing ratings, research, and risk and policy advisory […]

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Rupee fall puts Rs 28,000 crore solar projects at risk

With safeguard duty, this can crank up tariffs by 30 paise/unit for future projects Nearly half of the solar power capacities under implementation worth ~Rs 28,000 crore face viability risk because of the continuous fall in the rupee, which has made imported solar modules costlier and increased the cost of setting up solar plants. These […]

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Budget 2018: Solar Industry Demands Clarity, Relief in Safeguard Duty

According to industry experts, the imposition will not only increase the tariff by almost Re 1 but it will put the projects under execution in deep trouble resulting in making them unviable, turning them into non-performing assets. With the proposed imposition of 70 percent safeguard duty on import of solar power equipment and concerned about […]

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