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Odds of Relief for Large Solar Developers In India Continue To Increase

Weeks after iterating his goal to push domestic manufacturing using every tool at his command, Power and MNRE Minister R.K. Singh faces a stiff test of resolve. The ‘perfect storm’ of events that was considered all but impossible till 12 months ago has come to pass, and the government will soon need to take a […]

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Developers, Indian Government May Need To Discuss Solar’s Perfect Storm Soon

As China moves with rolling power cuts and energy cutbacks to industries across key provinces, provinces like Jiangsu, which host some of the largest solar manufacturers, have been included in the cutbacks. The power cuts have been necessitated by a coal shortage/high cost coal, rising gas prices, a push for controlling overall emissions and more, […]

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Solar Developers Trip Up Over Great Indian Bustard Habitat in Rajasthan

Solar developers that made a beeline for Rajasthan, India’s largest state by area with a seemingly plentiful supply of non-agricultural land with high solar irradiance, have been served a shock by the Supreme Court. The court was hearing a case related to the impact on the habitat of the Great Indian Bustard, a critically endangered […]

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Coal India Seeking Developers for 100 MW Solar Plant in Gujarat

Coal India Limited is seeking developers for undertaking the work of complete development and handing over of 100 MW solar plant in Gujarat. Coal India Limited (CIL), a state-owned coal mining corporate, has issued a tender – seeking developers for undertaking the work of complete development and handing over of a 100 MW solar PV […]

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Myanmar’s 1.06 GW Solar Tender – An Opportunity for Indian Developers

The Ministry of Electricity and Energy (MOEE) of Myanmar has recently issued tender inviting bids from solar photovoltaic (PV) developers for the construction of multiple solar power plants across the country, with an aggregate 1.06 GW of capacity. Moreover, Myanmar’s Power Ministry is looking to build approx. 30 large-scale ground-mounted solar power plants with capacities […]

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‘Ultra-Mega Solar Parks Kick-Start India’s Energy Transition by Attracting Foreign Capital, Developers

India’s approach towards building ultra-mega power plant (UMPP) attracted foreign investment and leading global developers which drives towards a renewable energy investment boom in the country. This has also provided investors with an opportunity to join a USD 500-700 billion renewable energy and grid infrastructure investment boom in the coming decade. “This approach has driven […]

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Lower Incentives for Chinese Solar Developers to Benefit India, says ICRA

Revision in feed-in tariff rates and imposition of installation caps for solar power projects by the Chinese government is expected to negatively affect the demand for solar modules in China. Credit rating agency ICRA said that the reduction in subsidies for solar energy projects in China will benefit Indian solar independent power producers (IPPs) with softer module prices. The agency said in a statement […]

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Soren May Unveil New Jharkhand Solar Policy On July 5

An ambitious new solar policy is going to be unveiled by Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren on July 5 to increase clean energy capacity from 45 MW to 4,000 megawatts in the next five years and attract the investors. The Jharkhand Solar Policy, 2022 will encourage residential rooftop solar panels in cities besides a better […]

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