Sterling and Wilson

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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Sterling and Wilson Solar Takes Top Spot as Global Solar EPC Service Provider

The company was also ranked as the largest Solar EPC solutions provider in India with a market share of 16.6%, 3 times the size of its closest competitor. Sterling and Wilson Solar Limited, a subsidiary of the Shapoorji Pallonji group, has been ranked as the world’s largest Solar EPC service provider by IHSMarkit in its […]

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Sterling & Wilson Solar files for Rs 4,500 crore-IPO with SEBI

The company’s revenue from operations in the first nine months of 2018-19 went up by  83 % to Rs 5,915 crore while net profit jumped 98 % to 343 crore during the period. Shapoorji Pallonji Group’s renewable energy arm Sterling and Wilson Solar today filed Draft Red Herring Prospectus (DRHP) with market regulator Securities and […]

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Sterling and Wilson to Strengthen Footprints in Kazakhstan; Mulls 200MW Solar Projects

The country is working to increase the share of renewable energy in electricity generation, which is expected to reach 3 percent by 2020 and 10 percent by 2030. One of the leading solar EPC solutions providers Sterling and Wilson has planned to strengthen its footprints in Kazakhstan. The company is targeting a CPE (electrical performance […]

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Sterling and Wilson to Deliver the Largest Battery Energy Storage Project in Africa

Three battery sites totalling 30MWh including single largest installation of 17MWh part of a hybrid micro grid powered by Solar, Diesel and Battery Energy Storage Deal marks formal entry of one of the world’s largest solar EPC into the Hybrid and Energy Storage space Sterling and Wilson, an Indian multinational engaged in engineering, construction, manufacturing […]

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