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CHANCES & CHALLENGES RELATED TO EPC

As the world moves towards the sustainable development, India looks to optimize its energy mix with minimum carbon footprints. India is in the midst of a momentous leap in terms of the proposed use of solar power as part of its overall renewable energy mix. India with its 100GW of solar energy target by 2022 is […]

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India’s Energy Transformation from Fossil Fuel to Renewables is Gaining Rapid Momentum: Experts

“Measures taken by the Indian government to improve energy efficiency coupled with ambitious renewable energy targets and the plummeting cost of solar has had an impact on existing as well as proposed coal fired power plants, rendering an increasing number as financially unviable,” India’s decision to cancel nearly 14 gigawatts of coal-fired power stations coupled […]

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Secret to Hit 40GW

Government of India has rightly made rooftop solar power one of its top clean energy priorities. In 2014, the government revised the national solar installation target from 22 GW to an aggressive 100 GW by 2022 which is helping the country to become one of the world’s fastest-growing solar markets. The 100 GW target was […]

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Gujarat Solar Energy Policy

Gujarat Solar Energy Policy Updates 2017 The 50 percent cap of the approved load or contracted demand by small residential rooftop owners has been removed by the government of Gujarat enabling the residential consumers to install rooftop solar systems of any capacity of their own. The order came in effect from April 13, 2017. The […]

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Solar Power Tariff Expected to Get Cheaper than Coal

The solar power tariff has seen a significant decline in tariffs from Rs. 10.95-12.76/kWh in 2010-11 to as low as Rs. 3.15 per kWh, which is expected to fall to Rs. 2.90 per unit. India’s solar power prices may be set to fall below those of thermal (coal) energy. This is based on an expected […]

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There’s more to Indian Solar Tariffs than Meets the Eye

The record low solar tariff of INR 3.29 that was bid in Rewa Solar Power Project, has been surpassed by National Thermal Power Corporation’s 250 MW project, Engie’s Solairedirect submitting INR 3.15 tariff rate. India achieved a record low solar tariff of INR 3.29 (US¢ 5.1)/kWh in the Rewa tender in February. That record was […]

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