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Will The Andhra Pradesh Saga Reach Endgame With Central Intervention?

In a further turn to the ongoing tussle between developers in Andhra Pradesh and the state government there through its discoms, the National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI), the apex body of solar energy developers in the country, has reached out once again to the state’s chief Minister to intervene, and for good measure, […]

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Stinging Order at APTEL Embarasses AP Discoms, Andhra Government By Extension

Adding politics to established policy is not recommended, and the consequences, when that is done, were there for all to see after the APTEL order yesterday (February 27). The case was a much followed one, of the Andhra Pradesh Discoms essentially, versus both the NTPC, as well as three of the key bid winners of […]

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Is An ‘Andhra Discount’ Coming For Indian Renewables?

As the Imbroglio over Andhra Pradesh’s effort to renege on its signed PPA’s continues to simmer, the state government is implementing the classic payments squeeze to force firms to come to the negotiating table. Successful or not, this has already damaged India’s credibility with potential and existing investors This week has all about India’s refusal […]

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Is AP’s New Government Hurting Solar and Wind Investments Across India?

After his resounding victory in the assembly polls, this is one promise industry wishes new CM YS Jaganmohan Reddy wouldn’t keep. But to the alarm of many, the Chief Minister seems to be serious about his threat to relook all the previous tenders, including solar and wind energy tenders, signed by the previous government, especially […]

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Political Risk Spikes In Andhra As Jagan Government Questions PPA’s

The central government has been forced to move and publicly ‘advise’ the newly elected government in Andhra Pradesh, where the new Chief Minister, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has voiced doubts on the PPA’s signed by his predecessor government of Chandrababu Naidu. The central missive follows the state government’s first moves, which included an order to […]

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