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Hartek Solar Makes It To List Of Top 10 Rooftop Solar Power Companies In India

Hartek Solar Private Limited, the rooftop solar division of Hartek Group- a Punjab based EPC major, has been named in the list of ‘Top 10 Rooftop Solar Companies in India’. Hartek features at number 6 position in the leaderboard FY2022 in the rooftop/onsite category of the Annual India Solar Report for FY 2022 compiled by […]

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UP Wants Solar Power Companies to Lower Power Tariffs

The solar power developers have received pro-forma of a letter from the UP Electricity Regulatory Commission (UPERC) that wants them to sign by which they would voluntarily agree to lower solar tariffs. Following a steep fall in solar tariffs in the last two years, Uttar Pradesh is pressuring solar power project developers to cut rates […]

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State distribution companies (discoms) are biggest obstacle on open access for solar power

Open access (OA) was one of the main components of the Electricity Act (2003), introduced in an effort to attract private investment in the electricity generation sector, thereby encouraging competition. There is an increasing opportunity to innovate in solar markets in India thanks to the rapidly declining price of photovoltaics (PV). While large-scale ground-mounted solar […]

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Government will soon issue quality order on purchase of solar modules by power companies: Piyush Goyal

Will give six to nine month time to solar module and cell manufacturers to improve their manufacturing before coming up with a similar quality order Power, coal, renewable energy and mines minister Piyush Goyal recently said that the government will soon issue a quality order on purchase of solar modules by power companies. The minister […]

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Danish Power Company Ørsted Extends 100% RE Target To All Suppliers

Leading Danish power company Ørsted has asked all its suppliers to use 100% renewable electricity by 2025 and claims to be the first energy company in the world to do so. The action is aimed toward realizing 2040 net-zero target. As per the official statement, Ørsted has reduced its scope 1 and 2 emission intensity […]

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Tata Power-DDL Meets 100% RPO; Becomes 100% RPO Compliant Second Time In a Row

Power utility, Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited, a JV between the Government of India and Tata Power Company, has achieved 100% RPO compliance for the second year in succession. To meet its Renewable Purchase Obligation (RPO) for the financial years 2021–2022, the company purchased 2200 million units (MUs) of green power from renewable sources, such […]

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Iberdrola Commissions Europe’s Largest Solar Plant At 590 MW

The 590 MW “Francisco Pizarro” PV project, the biggest solar facility in Europe, has been put into service by Iberdrola in Extremadura, southwest Spain. This is the largest solar plant installation ever built by Iberdrola. The €300 million ($310 million) project is situated between the Cáceres communities of Torrecillas de la Tiesta and Aldeacentenera. To […]

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Assam To Invest Rs 10,000cr For 2000 MW Solar Power

The Assam government has decided to produce 2,000 MW of solar power with an investment of Rs 10,000 crore. Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has said that the capacity will be added in the next three years. Assam wants to add 2000MW solar through two projects. The state will form a joint venture with centre-owned NLC India. It […]

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Actis Buys 400MW Solar Assets Of Kolkata-Based Atha Group

In a key development, Actis LLP has emerged successful in the bid to obtain solar power based assets of 400 MW from Kolkata-based Atha Group. The equity value had been pegged at $100 million. As per reports, sale purchase agreement is already inked between the two companies. The deal of the solar power assets is […]

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