Sterling and Wilson

8 GW Project On Offer In NSW, Australia, After Success with May 3 GW Project

New South Wales, whose state capital Sydney is the largest financial and commercial centre in Australia, has announced its second 8 GW Renewable Energy Zone (REZ). the new announcement follows the success the state had with it first such zone, that was announced in May this year was for a capacity of 3 GW, and […]

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Sterling and Wilson Solar Board Pushes for Security From Promoters

The board of Sterling and Wilson Solar has asked company promoters to provide necessary security in respect of default on the loan installment of Rs 500 crore that was due on June 30. This was communicated by the firm in a release yesterday. The firm, which has been struggling with the issue of its promoters […]

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Solar O&M Market To Be $9.4 Billion By 2025

Global Research and Analytics Firm, wood Mackenzie, (Woodmac) has predicted that the global non residential O&M (Operations and Maintainance) market for solar could touch $9.4 billion by 2025. According to Woodmac, Solar power systems nearing inverter end of life currently account for 5% of the global PV market. This number will grow to 16% – […]

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Will CoronaVirus Prove To Be The Force Majeure Of 2020 for Indian solar?

India’s renewable, and especially the solar sector, has had a tough time since 2018. In 2018, it was the Goods and Services Tax (GST) which upended calculations of bid winners, especially those who signed their PPA’s just before the GST came in. If that wasn’t enough, it was followed by the Safeguard Duty, which muddied […]

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Q3 results. Sterling and Wilson Continues To Answer More Questions

With the fracas over repayment of loans to promoters barely dying down, Sterling and Wilson’s rocky start to its relationship with the markets was supposed to become steadier. Instead, the firm found itself preparing for a barrage of questions, after underwhelming results. Readers might recall the punishment the firm’s stock price took, when it was […]

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As Cancellations Surge, India’s Solar ‘Pipeline’ Drying Up

News from the much celebrated 2 GW auction of NTPC in 2018, where top developers had bid for prices as low as Rs 2.59 is not good. 70 percent of the capacity won by developers, namely, Acme Solar, Shapoorji Pallonji, and Azure Power, have opted out of the deal, citing regulatory delays. The option of […]

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The Solar Rush in the Middle East Picks Pace

Back in 2013, when the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park, was launched near Dubai with 13 megawatts of capacity, like in most projects in the region, the ambitions were grand. In 15 years, it was expected  to expand to 3,000 MW, with a target to supply the  Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) […]

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Missing. A Public Presence for Renewable Firms in India

Back in March 1999, when Infosys Limited, the software firm that was just beginning to get noticed listed on the Nasdaq stock market in the US, it was a seminal moment for the firm and the Indian IT sector in general. Not only did the firm become the first Indian firm to list on NASDAQ, […]

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Sterling and Wilson Solar Shares Tumble 7-10% on Debut

Shares of Sterling and Wilson Solar made a disappointing debut on the bourses, falling between 7 and 10 percent over its issue price of Rs 780. Shares of Sterling and Wilson Solar made a disappointing debut on the bourses on August 20, 2019, falling more than 10 percent over its issue price of Rs 780. The scrip […]

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