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Experts Stress Equity in India’s Push for a Green Economy

As per the ILO report, 77.4 percent jobs in India are ‘vulnerable’. A transition to a green economy in India must be a ‘Just Transition’, keeping in mind vulnerable livelihoods. A Just Transition would need to look at the labour surplus issue in India especially for those employed in agriculture and informal sectors. These were […]

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Gujarat Working on EV Policy, Expects 1 Lakh EVs by 2022

The Gujarat government plans to come out with a policy soon announcing huge incentives for using EVs and aims to have 1 lakh EVs on road by 2022. Powered by the Centre’s cue, Gujarat is expected to charge up its clean-energy push. The state government plans to come out with a policy soon announcing huge […]

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Cost of Renewables in China to Match Coal Power by 2026: Report

According to new research, the cost of renewables is already cheaper than gas-fired power in China, and will match and better coal power by 2026 As China moves towards a subsidy-free era for wind and solar projects beginning in 2021, the economics of renewable power have come into the spotlight. According to new research China provincial […]

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BNEF Bankability Survey Ranks Solis 3rd Among Asian Brands

BNEF released its survey entitled ‘Solar Module & Inverter Bankability 2019’, with Solis the third highest-rated firm amongst the Asian brands. Recently, BloombergNEF (BNEF) released its survey entitled “Solar Module & Inverter Bankability 2019”, which included the investigation of inverters for the first time. Chinese Inverter brand Ginlong Solis was revealed as the third highest-rated […]

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States That Miss UDAY Targets to Face Fund Cuts: R K Singh

The Centre has proposed a reduction in funds of the states that miss targets set under the 2nd version of UDAY scheme, which is at the draft stage The Centre has proposed a reduction in power sector funds of the states that would not maintain performance benchmarks set under the second version of Ujwal Discom Assurance Yojana […]

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Renewables Still far From Overtaking Coal in Indian Power Sector

CIL believes that renewable energy sources are unlikely to overtake coal as the major source of power generation in India any time soon Iterating that renewable energy sources were unlikely to overtake coal as the major source of power generation in India any time soon, state-owned Coal India Ltd said the energy migration would happen “differently” in the country as compared to […]

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Payment Dues to RE Firms Climbs to Rs 6872 Crore

A new report has revealed that power Discoms across the country owe close to Rs 6872 crore to RE developers in payment dues A new report has revealed that the power distribution companies (Discoms) across the country owe close to Rs 6872 crore to renewable energy developers in payment dues up to August 16, 2019. […]

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Okaya Power Unveils New Range of Lithium E-Rickshaw Battery

As part of its limited period introductory inaugural offer, the company is offering its customers lithium battery charger worth Rs 10,500 for free with each lithium e-Rickshaw battery unit till stock lasts. Okaya Power Pvt Ltd, an arm of Rs 7 billion Okaya Power Group, has launched a new range of Okaya Lithium e-Rickshaw battery, […]

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Storage Solutions Can Change the Outlook of India’s Telecom Industry: Atul Arya

Storage solutions can change the outlook of India’s telecom industry by enabling integration of renewable energy and providing future expansion of rural telecom reach, for small cell cities and energy management services on the cloud, believes Atul Arya, head energy systems, Panasonic India, an Indian arm of Japanese electronics major. In conversation with Manu Tayal, […]

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