Subsidies

Subsidies for Renewables in India Dropped 35% From FY17 to FY19: Report

According to a new study, the renewables subsidies in India fell 35 percent from FY17 to FY19, while its oil and gas subsidies increased by 65 percent. The renewables subsidies in India fell 35 percent from FY17 to FY19, while its oil and gas subsidies increased by 65 percent according to a new study entitled […]

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Uttar Pradesh Announces Rs 15-30 Thousand in Rooftop Solar Subsidies

UPNEDA has announced the state, central subsidies to be provided for rooftop solar projects that will be set up in the residential sector in Uttar Pradesh The Uttar Pradesh New and Renewable Energy Development Agency (UPNEDA) has announced the state and central subsidies that will be provided for rooftop solar projects that will be set […]

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Storage Subsidies. With or Without Renewables?

The Award of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry to three scientists who have played a key role in the development and commercialisation of Lithium storage batteries, is a true indicator of the critical role of storage today. More so at a large scale now. The changes happening on the Energy storage subsidy front in the […]

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India Mulls Subsidies for Battery Manufacturing

The government is in the process of zeroing down a direct subsidy plan for battery manufacturing in the country. The government is working on a direct subsidy plan of about Rs 700 crores which will aim to attract Indian as well as foreign firms to play a part in domestic manufacturing of batteries. Benefits such […]

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China Cuts Electric Vehicle Subsidies To Push Innovation

After a huge spike in sales of electric vehicles, China has announced plans to reduce subsidies for electric vehicles sold in the country. China said it’s scaling back subsidies on electric vehicles to encourage local manufacturers to rely on innovation rather than government assistance as the industry matures and costs fall. However, the cuts were […]

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Subsidies in Power Sector Should be Routed via DBT: RK Singh

The Power Minister said, center is ready to provide more funds if needed for infrastructure creation and the states meeting their targets speedily will be incentivized. The Power and New & Renewable Energy Minister R. K. Singh said that subsidies in power sector should be routed through Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT). While addressing the Conference of […]

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Indian Banks edgy, as Solar Companies fails to deliver

What could make Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s plans of capitalizing $100 billion of solar power from foreign investments edgy? Indeed, an In-Flow and Out-Flow leeway of Investment and Finance. The global renowned US Company, SunEdison standstill on at least $1.4 billion of loans and credit facilities, is seeking to sell as much as 1 gigawatt(GW) […]

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