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RE Plus Storage is Cost Competitive With new Coal Plants in Tamil Nadu: Report

A new economic viability analysis reveals that RE along with battery storage in Tamil Nadu is cost-competitive with new coal power plants. A new economic viability analysis reveals that renewable energy (RE) along with battery storage in Tamil Nadu is cost-competitive with new coal power plants. The report finds the levelised cost of energy (LCOE) […]

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Soon 20% of all C&I Solar Systems in India Will be Grid-Tied: Report

Increasing electricity demand and rising grid tariffs for commercial and industrial (C&I) customers are driving business users to rooftop solar, which is not only cleaner and cheaper but also gives them tariff certainty for 25 years. In ‘Powering up Sunshine – Untapped Opportunities in India’s Rooftop Solar Market’, a new report from JMK Research & Analytics […]

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The Leading Electric Two-Wheeler Companies in India

The leading electric two-wheeler companies in India based on their sales figures for the financial year 2019-2020. Two-wheelers, perhaps one of the few industrial segments where India does not have a disadvantage vis a vis global scale, are poised to lead the EV transition in India. This is on the back of existing players as […]

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Electric Two Wheeler Sales To Grow at 87 Percent to 3.4 Million In 2025 in India

JMK Research and Analytics has predicted a CAGR of 87 percent for the electric two wheeler market in India to 2025. Surprisingly, for once such aggressive growth numbers seem to have every chance of succeeding The electric mobility revolution in India will arrive on two wheels. That seems to be the basic message of a […]

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Solar Tariffs in India Stabilizes at Lower Rates than Thermal, Coal

The current tariffs in the solar sector in India which are hovering around Rs 2.50-2.87/kWh have stabilised at rates about 20 percent to 30 percent below the cost of existing thermal power in India, and up to half the price of new coal-fired power, said the study. The study, which was undertaken by IEEFA and […]

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NLC, SB Energy, ReNew Power Develops Maximum Solar Capacity in FY20

Navratna company NLC, SoftBank-backed SB Energy, and ReNew Power, country’s largest renewable energy IPP, were the leading project developers added maximum solar energy capacity in FY20, as per the research and advisory services firm report. On the state level in solar, Rajasthan added a maximum capacity of 1.8 GW, followed by Tamil Nadu with 1.3 […]

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India Installed 2.3 GW of new Solar Capacity in the Last Quarter of 2019

India installed 2,308 MW (2.3 GW) of solar capacity and 817 MW wind projects in Q4 of 2019, according to a new report India installed 2,308 MW (2.3 GW) of solar capacity and 817 MW wind projects in the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2019, according to a new report. The report published by research firm JMK […]

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Tariff of Renewable Plus Storage Tenders now Competing With Thermal

In the last one year in India, there has been a growth spurt in storage tender issuance, however, only for a few small tenders, the auctions are successful. In most other tenders, the storage capacity was so high that it leads to infeasible tariffs, and eventually to cancellations of many of these tenders, JMK Research […]

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