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Pre-bid Meeting for 10K MW Held, 29 Companies Participated

The companies that participated include representatives from SoftBank Group’s SB Energy and global solar giant GCL. For the forthcoming 10,000 MW manufacturing-linked solar auctions, around 29 companies participated in the pre-bid meeting in Delhi. The Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) would be conducting these auctions across the board. The companies that participated include representatives […]

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Viz-A-Viz with Basant Jain, Chief Executive Officer, Mahindra Susten

Q. Being a major player in the solar space, how do you contribute towards India’s clean and green energy initiative? Mahindra Susten (Part of USD 20.7 Billion Mahindra group) is a leading player in the Cleantech space. It is amongst India’s top 2 companies providing turnkey EPC solutions for grid connected solar projects and has […]

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Ellomay Arm Inks EPC Pact with METKA for 300 MW Spanish Talasol Project

This is a very significant milestone in the advancement of the Talasol project, which is expected to be one of the largest photovoltaic projects in Europe and one of the first projects to work on grid parity, that is, without subsidies, says Ran Fridrich. Israel-headquartered renewable energy company Ellomay Capital’s arm Talasol Solar has entered into an […]

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CEL Release EoI for PV Cell, Module Manufacturing in India

The main purpose of the initiative is to increase the production capacity of CEL and bring down the prices of photovoltaic (PV) solar cells in India. Its aim is to make components are financially viable for the market. A government enterprise, Central Electronics Ltd (CEL) has invited expression of interest (EoI) for the construction of […]

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Finland’s Fortum to sell 54% Stake in Indian Projects

“This project demonstrates the growing maturity of India’s secondary market for renewables – creating an environment in which private investors have the confidence to invest in new greenfield projects that will accelerate the decarbonization of India’s economy” With an aggregate capacity of 185 MW in India, Finland’s Fortum sign an agreement to sell a 54% […]

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Beer Giant AB InBev’s Mysore Unit Goes Green; Inks Pact with Canadian Firm

The brewery in Mysore manufactures beer brands especially Budweiser, Knock out and Beck’s Ice, is the company’s third unit in the world that has shifted to the renewable source to meet its energy demands. The other two are in the US. The Mysore unit of World’s biggest beer giant Anheuser-Busch (AB InBev) in Karnataka has shifted from […]

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Viz-A-Viz with Liu Weizeng, General Manager of TBEA Xi’an Electric Technology Co., Ltd.

Liu Weizeng, President of New Energy Research Institute of TBEA Xinjiang New Energy Co., Ltd., General Manager of TBEA Xi’an Electric Technology Co., Ltd., Member of Household Electricity Standardization Technical Committee of China Electricity Council. Liu graduated from Xi’an Jiaotong University, and obtained a doctorate in electrical engineering and automation. Liu has been committed to […]

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Rays Power to Set-up 1200 MW by 2020; Plans Intl Expansion

The firm has also initiated development of over 200 Mw of ground-mounted projects selling power directly to the end consumers, under its subsidiary Rays Future Energy, which are expected to be commissioned by end of 2019. With an eye on the international market, a solar power development and Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) Company Rays […]

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Greenko Agrees to Buy Orange Renewables for $1 Billion

The acquisition would mean Greenko standing at par with ReNew Power in terms of the total operating capacity of nearly 4.3 GW. It will surpass the Tata Power who has generated the total of 2 GW from renewable energy so far. With the acquisition of solar and wind portfolio of Orange Renewables for $1 billion, […]

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