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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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Will Larger Solar Module Sizes Work For Everyone?

As Panel Sizes Grow, Time For A Reality Check For C&I Buyers & Residential homeowners looking for Rooftop Solar. The second half of 2020 marked a new shift in the solar module segment, with many manufacturers announcing the launch of bigger, better & higher output modules. Some have called these the next level of technology […]

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Solar now the Leading Source of Renewable Energy in India: MNRE

MNRE in its January 2021 report, has detailed that solar, with 38.79 GW installed, is now the leading source of renewable energy in India The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has issued a monthly summary for the Cabinet for the month of January 2021, detailing all the events and development that took place during the […]

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Tariff Rise to Rs 2.25/kWh in Rajasthan With NTPC’s 190 MW Solar Auction

Rising Sun Energy has won in the latest NTPC auction for developing 190 MW solar power project(s) in the Nokh Solar Park in Rajasthan New Delhi-based independent power producer Rising Sun Energy has won with its bid in the latest NTPC auction for developing 190 MW solar power project(s) in the Nokh Solar Park in […]

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New Net-Metering cap Risks Stalling Rooftop Solar Progress in India: IEEFA

A new regulation that excludes rooftop solar systems over 10 kW from net metering could stall progress for rooftop solar targets of India A new regulation that excludes rooftop solar systems over 10 kilowatts (kW) from net metering will stall the adoption of larger installations in India, undermining progress towards the government’s rooftop solar target […]

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Renewable Sector Springs Back to pre-COVID Levels in India: CEEW-CEF

The renewable energy sector in India has rebounded to pre-COVID-19 levels in Q3 FY21 following the restoration of supply chains, per CEEW-CEF The renewable energy sector in India has rebounded to the pre-COVID-19 levels in Q3 FY21 following the restoration of supply chains, according to a new quarterly analysis release by the CEEW-Centre for Energy […]

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