India solar Mission

India Extends $100 Million Credit To Sri Lanka For Solar Projects

In an agreement yesterday, India has extended a USD 100 million Line of Credit (LOC) to Sri Lanka for various solar energy projects. This financial help will aid the Lankan government to boost their solar energy sector by ensuring the country’s 70 percent power requirements are fulfilled by renewable energy sources by 2030. The agreement […]

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US Overpowers India in WTO Dispute

The US has triumph over India in the three year longing topsy-turvy World Trade Organization(WTO) dispute, as latest statement from the US  Trade Representative’s office called the ruling a significant victory that would hasten the spread of solar energy across the world and support clean-energy jobs in the United States. In 2014, US advocated India […]

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ACME Fixed 140MW Solar Power Project in Haryana

ACME, one of the solar power generators has secured 140MW out of 150MW Solar Project in Haryana at the tariff of Rs 5 per unit. Under the renewable purchase obligations (RPO) scheme, the company likewise to sell the generated power to Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam Ltd. from the following year. ‘The company is yet to […]

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US Companies Waiting for a Moment to Enter Indian Solar Market

US Exim Bank announced that, several American Companies are looking for a moment in India’s renewable energy segment and are eager to engage in the National Solar Mission, recently. ‘We are working with various renewable energy organizations in the US and they are hoping to expand their business here,’ said Fred P Hochberg, Chairman of […]

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‘Rooftops for Rent’ a New Turn in Solar Market

‘Give us your rooftop and we will give you cheap solar power’, new business model used by the solar energy companies to boost the solar installation capacities. Properties like Industrial establishments, commercial buildings, malls and large gated communities are the targets for this solar mission in India. ‘Around 240 sq mtre of rooftop space is […]

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