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ACME Fixed 140MW Solar Power Project in Haryana

ACME, one of the solar power generators has secured 140MW out of 150MW Solar Project in Haryana at the tariff of Rs 5 per unit. Under the renewable purchase obligations (RPO) scheme, the company likewise to sell the generated power to Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam Ltd. from the following year. ‘The company is yet to […]

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Solar Energy – The ‘Catalyst’ in Commercial Sectors

In the sector of Commercial Enterprises, for e.g. Inns, Petrol Bunks are progressively utilizing sun oriented energy – even the consumers sit tight for the Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited (MSEDCL) to present the “net” metering framework. The energy controller had vowed to gauge the solar power generated by an individual and guarantee suitable […]

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Enel To Start Selling Electricity Directly To Consumers In Australia

Giving a boost to its plans on offering its unique “green-tailer” product in Australia, Italian energy major Enel Group has secured an energy retail license from the Australian Energy Regulator (AER). As a part of its offering, Enel combines renewables from virtual power plants to EV charging options for its customers. The entry of Enel […]

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Developers Take Innovative Approaches to Alternative Energy Production

Demand for solar energy is on the rise around the world. In the U.S., the second quarter of 2021 has also seen impressive gains in implementation of solar. According to the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), the U.S. installed 5.7 gigawatts (GWdc) of solar PV capacity in Q2 2021 to reach 108.7 GWdc of total […]

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No Relief For Greenyana At Aptel For Haryana Project

Recently, the Appellate Tribunal for Electricity (APTEL) has dismissed Greenyana Solar’s plea against Haryana Electricity Regulatory Commission’s (HERC) order, which denied the solar developer’s plant at Kurangawali connectivity to the state’s grid. Greenyana is a subsidiary of Cleantech Solar. In 2018, Greenyana applied for connectivity to Haryana Vidyut Prasaran Nigam (HVPN) for its solar plant […]

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POSOCO Report Finds Clear Bias Against RE Developers in Tamil Nadu

Following APTEL’s order in August, the Power System Operation Corporation Limited (POSOCO) has submitted a report on renewable energy curtailment in Tamil Nadu. The order, widely welcomed by solar developer bodies like the NSEFI, had asked for verification of claims made by both sides on the issue of curtailment. As it turns out the POSOCO […]

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KEMP Combines 4th Generation Technology to Produce Offshore Wind Power Structures

Eco-friendly ceramic zinc plating-INNOZINC reduces environmental pollution Hyun-Jun, Jeon (The director of KEMP Co., Ltd.) recently presented the ‘4th generation eco-friendly ceramic zinc plating technology-INNOZINC at the 2nd day event of the Ulsan Floating Offshore Wind Power International Forum 2020. KEMP has developed the world’s first eco-friendly, highly corrosion-resistant ceramic galvanizing, and possesses eco-friendly technology covering the fields of […]

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CERC Finds Rs 3.60/kWh as the National Average Power Purchase Cost

The APPC shall be applicable during FY 2019-20 and until further orders for the purpose of deviation settlement in respect of the open access and captive wind and solar generators fulfilling the requirement of regional entities. The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) has found the Average Power Purchase Cost (APPC) at the national level to […]

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Forecasting to mitigate back-down

Unlike other renewable energy rich countries where grid management is for the purpose of energy management, the grid management in India actually targets to solve the capacity management problem. The power market structure of India is comparatively complex unlike other countries and with the penetration of massive variable renewable energy like wind and solar, the […]

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