Renewable Energy Goals

Delhi To Seek 6000 MW From Renewable Sources by 2025-26

The Delhi Government has set sights on augmenting power generation from renewable sources by 6000 MW in the span of the next three years, Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, Manish Sisodia has announced. This will be achieved through a slew of initiatives. He added that the city’s electricity demand is on the rise and the […]

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VPPAs Could Help Meet A Quarter Of India’s 2030 Target of Renewable Energy

The recently released WWF-India’s report “Virtual Power Purchase Agreement (VPPA) for C&I consumers in India” highlights that the total estimated demand for VPPAs in India by 2030 could be as high as 104 GW, which could help to meet 27% of the remaining target of India’s 500 GW target by 2030.  The VPPAs offer many strategic […]

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Sri Lanka To Increase Rooftop Solar Investments, Cease Fresh Coal Plants

After announcing its 2030 goals of achieving 70% electricity through renewables, Sri Lanka is now accelerating its investments in rooftop solar and planning to rule out new coal power investments.  Sri Lanka‘s renewable energy sources currently are primarily HydroPower, which accounts for 35% of its electricity from renewables in 2019. The country has total generation […]

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How India can Achieve Its Ambitious Renewable Energy Goals

India is one of the countries in the world which is blessed with more than 300 days of sunshine in a year and is aggressive towards becoming a solar superpower. The country is currently in process to meet its renewable energy goals. In 2010, the country launched National Solar Mission and made an ambitious target […]

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