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Non China Solar Brands Eye Opportunities

As the focus shifts to alternatives to made in China brands, domestic as well as other international brands sense an opportunity to grow faster in the Indian market Solar has been one of those few sectors where we can be proud of our achievements, thanks to special attention it received from the government. But even […]

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MNRE Shares Solar Tender Issued in Bhutan for Participation by SPDs

MNRE has asked SPDA and NSEFI to circulate a solar tender issued in Bhutan amongst solar power developers in India for possible participation in the bid. The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has written to industry bodies the Solar Power Developers Association (SPDA) and the National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI) to […]

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“Green” Credentials of Biomass Energy Challenged by Korean Solar Industry

Solar developers in South Korea are filing a potentially game-changing lawsuit against their national government (midday Korea Standard Time, 28 September), citing unconstitutional renewable energy subsidies to wood burning that have worsened air pollution, accelerated climate change, and stunted the growth of the Korean solar energy sector. The case represents the first national-level lawsuit challenging […]

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India’s Solar Outlook Revised to Stable, Wind Continues Negative Trend

India Ratings has maintained a negative outlook on India’s wind sector for 2HFY21, bur the solar sector outlook has been revised to stable from negative. India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) has maintained a negative outlook on India’s energy and transport infrastructure for the second half of FY2021, stemming from a likely low demand, driven by […]

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Restrictive Banking Provisions aren’t Helping Renewable Adoption in India

After restrictive net metering regulations and withdrawal of waivers for open access renewable projects, regulators are now restricting banking facilities. Banking is important as it provides renewable developers a mechanism to utilise their excess generation and avail financial benefits in some cases, states an analyst by JMK Research. In the last year, some renewable energy-rich […]

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Solar Rooftop Firm Zunroof Launches Range of Smart Home Devices

Solar rooftop solutions provider Zunroof has announced its entry into the Smart Homes Category with the consumer launch of its ‘zunpulse’ smart devices Gurugram-based solar rooftop solutions provider Zunroof has announced its entry into the Smart Homes Category with the consumer launch of its new range of ‘zunpulse’ smart devices, with a single app to […]

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India’s Renewable Energy Sector is Still Primed for Growth: IEEFA

While the pace of renewable energy growth has slowed in India, positive outcomes in recent auctions suggest there remains plenty of appetite among domestic and foreign investors to build renewable infrastructure, according to a new IEEFA briefing note. Policy-related headwinds and a collapse in electricity demand due to the COVID-19 crisis have disrupted India’s renewable energy […]

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How World Record Low Solar Prices Moved Out of India

Back in 2016, when Acme Solar surprised, nay, shocked everyone with a bid of Rs 2.44 per KwH at the newly launched solar auctions, everyone celebrated. It was believed that much like telecom, the era of lowest cost solar in India had also arrived. A long, sustained boom was duly predicted, and many of todays […]

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