Renewable Energy

Interview with Dr. Ajay Mathur, Director General, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)

Govt to Sustain Investors Confidence Via Steady Policy, Ensuring Timely Payment to Developers Demand generation of solar power through compliance to the provision of solar RPOs needs to be continued with strict monitoring. The government needs to work on sustaining the confidence level of investors through steady policy of procurement process and ensuring timely payments […]

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Madhya Pradesh Increments Capacity to 32 MW For Rooftop Solar Tender

Madhya Pradesh has increased the solar capacity under its rooftop tender to 32 MW from 25 MW. The Madhya Pradesh Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd (MPUVNL) has increased the capacity tender under its rooftop tender to 32 MW from 25 MW. MPUVNL had invited Request for Proposal (RfP) for the selection of bidders for the implementation […]

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Inox Wind Commissions Power Evacuation System with ISTS Network in Gujarat

Inox Wind Limited has announced the commissioning of the common power evacuation facilities at Dayapar site in Gujarat. Inox Wind Limited, one of India’s leading wind energy solutions provider, has announced the commissioning of the common power evacuation facilities at Dayapar site in District Bhuj in the State of Gujarat. The common power evacuation systems […]

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Tata Power Planning Rs 16K Cr Renewable InViT to Trim Debt

Tata Power plans to establish an InViT for its renewable energy portfolio to reduce its debt by almost a fourth and then raise growth equity from investors. Tata Power, of the country’s leading integrated power companies, has revealed that it plans to establish an infrastructure investment trust (InViT) for its renewable energy portfolio, nearly 3 […]

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RK Singh Assures Support for Power, RE Sector Development in Raj

During the meeting, RK Singh asked Rajasthan Energy Minister, Kalla, to further improve the power sector in the state. The Union Power Minister Raj Kumar Singh, in continuation of his second term in the Modi government, met with the Energy Minister of Rajasthan, BD Kalla, in New Delhi and assured him of all possible support […]

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IEEFA Report on Indonesia’s Solar Policies, Designed to Fail?

Consistent and market-relevant enabling policies are key to building affordable solar power. Unfortunately, this basic principle has been overlooked as Indonesia has cycled through a patchwork of solar policies that have driven many experienced investors and developers to the sidelines. The proof is in the numbers. Despite having substantial solar resources, Indonesia’s solar policy framework […]

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HP Unveils New Plan To Power Operations With 100% Renewables by 2035

HP’s latest sustainability report outlines revamped science-based targets, a 35% year-on-year growth in revenue through sustainable impact and commitments to source more recycled plastic content and 100% renewables American multinational information technology company, HP announced a plethora of new goals in the 2018 report. It has set a target to ensure its global operations are […]

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Renewable Energy Integration A Challenge as Base Load Plants Lack Flexibility to Manage Supply Variability – Neeraj Sharma

Renewable Energy Integration A Challenge as Base Load Plants Lack Flexibility to Manage Supply Variability With a total delivery of over 250 power plants and 3500MW of generation capacity, Wartsila India has had a ringside view of the evolving power scenario in India. The Finnish multinational is now making a strong case for its gas […]

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