Deloitte India

Deloitte Report: Success Factors for Low-Carbon Future in Power Sector

A study entitled “Success Factors for a Low-Carbon Future in the Power Sector” has been released by Deloitte India. The development of new technologies and the creation of a framework to reduce risk are being supported by numerous governments and multilateral organizations, which are helping to facilitate the energy transition. Although every nation is distinct, […]

Read more

The Success Determinants For Future In Electricity Sector With Low Carbon Emissions

A report on the ‘success determinants for a future in the electricity sector with low carbon emissions’ has been released by Deloitte. In the study, Deloitte has emphasized how renewable energy sources are anticipated to provide 95% of the net increase in the world’s power capacity between now and 2025. This development is brought about […]

Read more

The Outlook for The Renewable Energy Sector Through 2022

The outlook for the renewable energy industry through 2022 has been published by Deloitte. As per the report, the renewable energy sector continued to be impressively robust in 2021. Renewable energy sources are now among the most cost-effective energy sources in several sectors thanks to quick technological advancements, falling prices, and improved competitiveness of battery […]

Read more

Deloitte India Proposes Road Map for Achieving EV Ambition

Development of a robust ecosystem key to EV adoption. Professional services firm Deloitte India has suggested a road map showcasing the ways through which the country can achieve its ambitious targets for e-mobility. India’s pledge to reduce carbon emission by 33 to 35 percent until 2030 solicits emerging automotive technologies and alternative fuel, especially in […]

Read more

Budget 2018: Reactions From the Solar Industry

Jaitley in his budget 2018 speech proposed that the duty on solar tempered glass or solar tempered [anti-reflective coated] glass for the manufacture of solar cells, panels, modules be reduced from 5 percent to zero.   The Budget 2018 presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has proposed to eliminate the import duty on components that […]

Read more