Pinaki Bhattacharyya

responsAbility Plans To Invest USD 35mn In AMPIN Energy

responsAbility plans to invest up to USD 35 million in AMPIN Energy Transition Private Limited (AMPIN) on behalf of its investors. This is part of its broader USD 500 million climate investment strategy aimed at actively reducing CO2 emissions in Asia.   New Delhi-based AMPIN is an Indian renewable energy transition company with a balanced portfolio […]

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AmpIn & Jupiter Partnership Sets Sights on 1.3 GW Solar Manufacturing Unit

AmpIn Energy Transition, an Independent Power Producer (IPP) has announced its strategic partnership with solar solutions provider, Jupiter International Limited, to establish a joint venture dedicated to the solar manufacturing business. Under the JV, a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility will be set up, aimed at manufacturing up to 1.3 GW of high-quality solar cells and modules […]

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AmpIn Energy Transition Powers Allana Group with 4.5 MW Solar Energy

AmpIn Energy Transition, an energy transition platform and renewable energy Independent Power Producer (IPP) has solidified a strategic partnership with Allana Group to provide 4.5 MW of solar power to Allana Group’s plant in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh. AmpIn has marked a strong presence as a renewable energy IPP in Uttar Pradesh (UP) with a robust […]

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Amp Energy India Commissions 5 MW Solar Open Access Project for Biopharmaceutical Firm

A firm that develops, builds, owns and operates renewable energy power plants, Amp Energy India has commissioned a 5 MW solar power plant for vaccine biopharmaceutical major BSV (Bharat Serums and Vaccines Ltd). The solar project,  commissioned in the last quarter of 2022, will come up in Maharashtra’s Osmanabad, and provide solar power to BSV’s […]

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DISPA recommends keeping C&I projects outside ambit of ALMM List

In response to a petition filed by the Distributed Solar Power Association (DiSPA), the Delhi High-Court has sought clarification from the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), on the provisions they have made to protect ongoing projects, which could be negatively impacted with the extension of ALMM to projects under open access and net […]

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Amp Energy India appoints Ritesh Singhi as Senior Director – Procurement and SCM

Amp Energy India has hired Ritesh Singhi as Senior Director – Procurement and Supply Chain Management (SCM). The company has said that its strengthening its management capabilities to capitalize on future growth opportunities as it continues to progress on an accelerated growth path. Singhi comes with more than 25 years of extensive experience in Project […]

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Andhra Edu Institute Goes Solar, Partners With Amp Energy India

Earlier this week, the School of Planning & Architecture (SPA), Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, inaugurated a rooftop project that as developed by renewable energy independent power producer (IPP) Amp Energy India. The 120kW solar rooftop plant has been developed under the rooftop scheme of Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) for government entities. SPA and Amp […]

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VP Naidu Inaugurates Amp Energy’s 2.4MW Solar Plant in Puducherry

Amp Energy India has commissioned a 2.4 MW solar power plant at Pondicherry University in the Union Territory of Puducherry. The plant was inaugurated by Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu on 13th September, 2021, in the presence of the Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan, Lt Governor of Puducherry & Chief Rector of Pondicherry University; N Rangasamy, Chief […]

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The BCD Calculus: Will It Deliver The Right Outcomes?

As expected, once it did arrive, India’s Basic Customs Duty (BCD) plan for solar cells and equipment has managed to create just the sort of furore that the government claims it seeks to avoid. After all, for once, this was a decision that was long in coming, with intent having been announced last year itself, […]

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