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Renewables to Surpass Coal in US by 2021, Says IEEFA

In an historic crossover, the yearly power generation from renewable energy is likely to surpass power generation from coal-based power plants for the first time in the United States (US) in 2021, said IEEFA report. According to the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) report, recent trends for coal has been rapidly declining, […]

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EVs, Batteries Can Drive Solar Rooftop Growth, Says Report

In order to boost the growth of renewable energy including solar rooftop, the dropping costs of electric vehicles (EVs) and batteries with equal grid market access can be helpful, says the report released by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA). This ‘Electric Vehicles and Batteries Can Drive Growth of Residential Solar’ report […]

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Tata Power’s Renewable Biz Shines Again; EBITDA Up 35% in Q4

During the quarter, the Mumbai-headquartered company’s profit after tax (PAT) before exceptional items stood at Rs 259 crore, as against Rs 118 crore. Utility giant Tata Power’s renewable energy business again unveiled a significant growth during the fourth quarter of FY19, as it’s consolidated EBITDA surged 35 per cent to Rs 1,879 crore, mainly driven by […]

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Tata Power’s Renewable Arm to Sell 32MW Wind Assets in Maharashtra

However, the company did not disclose the buyer of these assets. With an aim to optimize operating costs, Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd (TPREL), a renewable arm of utility giant Tata Power, has entered into a pact to sell its 32 MW operating wind assets in Maharashtra. India’s one of the leading integrated power company […]

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Solar at Forefront of India’s Electricity Generation: IEEFA

A number of announcements in this April show momentum building. Solar technology continues to advance, with floating solar, hybrid wind-solar-battery and blended solar-thermal tariff developments now underway. Touching yet another milestone India in the years 2017-2018 installed 10 GW of solar electricity capacity across the country. As compared to previous years the capacity addition is […]

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India’s Energy Transformation from Fossil Fuel to Renewables is Gaining Rapid Momentum: Experts

“Measures taken by the Indian government to improve energy efficiency coupled with ambitious renewable energy targets and the plummeting cost of solar has had an impact on existing as well as proposed coal fired power plants, rendering an increasing number as financially unviable,” India’s decision to cancel nearly 14 gigawatts of coal-fired power stations coupled […]

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