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Renewables in APAC to be Cheaper Than Coal by 2030, Led by India

A new report shows that most markets in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region can expect to see a cheaper levelised cost of electricity (LCOE) for renewables compared to coal by 2030. With India and Australia expected to lead the charge. The latest report by Wood Mackenzie tails that across the region, new investments in renewables […]

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Greenpeace India Sends its Green Recovery Plan for India to NITI Aayog

Greenpeace India has sent to NITI Aayog a plan to help build a climate-proof, equal, sustainable and resilient India as it emerges from the COVID-19. Environment think tank Greenpeace India recently sent to the government’s policy think tank NITI Aayog a plan to help build a climate-proof, equal, sustainable and resilient India as it emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic. In its recommendations […]

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883 MW Solar Rooftop Additions in 2020 So Far Powered By Gujarat

India added 883MW of rooftop solar in first nine months of 2020 despite COVID-19 and implementations of lockdown in different parts of the country, as reported by JMK Analytics, a research firm. These additions owe a lot to moves in Gujarat to push Solar power, even as other states, most starkly neighbouring Maharashtra has not […]

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New Solar Energy Plan for Bangladesh Provides Solutions for Energy Security, Rising Costs

A shift in focus to renewables would help to reduce the need for power subsidies or tariff increases A new National Solar Energy Action Plan that has reportedly been drafted by SREDA – the Sustainable and Renewable Energy Development Authority – could be a significant and timely turnaround in Bangladesh’s renewable energy ambition. The report is coming […]

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Powering Solar to 2025 and beyond

The Technologies and Interventions That Will Drive Solar For the global solar sector, the pandemic hit home much earlier than it did for many other sectors. For even before global lockdowns became the norm, China’s early lockdown in late January, followed by other cities subsequently, was sufficiently disruptive for global shipments of solar equipment, of […]

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Jaguar Opens Booking for its all Electric SUV ‘I-PACE’ in India

Jaguar Land Rover India has opened bookings of its all-electric Performance SUV, the Jaguar I-PACE. Jaguar Land Rover India has announced that it has opened bookings of its all-electric Performance SUV, the Jaguar I-PACE. The vehicle is fitted with a state-of-the-art 90 kWh Lithium-ion battery that delivers 400 PS from its two electric motors. The […]

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Efficient Storage Solutions can Meet Challenges in India’s RE Programme: Prabhu

Efficient energy storage technology can help meet the challenges in India’s renewable energy (RE) programme, former union minister Suresh Prabhu has said. Efficient energy storage technology and solutions can help meet the challenges in India’s renewable energy (RE) programme, former union minister Suresh Prabhu has said. India has set an ambitious target of having 175 GW of clean energy by 2022 including 100 […]

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Global Solar Installations to hit 115 GW in 2020, Only 4.9 GW for India: WoodMac

As global solar PV markets continue to weather the challenges posed by the pandemic, solar PV installations are expected to hit 115 GW dc this year. As global solar PV markets continue to weather the challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic, solar PV installations are expected to hit 115 GW dc this year, according to […]

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883 MW of Rooftop Solar Capacity Added in First 9 Months of 2020

As per the data released by the MNRE for the period starting January 2020 till September 2020, about 883 MW of rooftop solar was added in India. As per the data released by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) for the period starting January 2020 till Sep 2020, about 2320 MW of solar […]

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