The reduction of annual solar capacity target by China to 30 GW from 55 GW, against the manufacturing target of 115 GW, has created surplus of almost 80 GW in China which they started dumping in countries like India.
The falling rupee and the imposition of safeguard duty have increased the cost of solar panels for Indian developers by 20-25% since June this year, negating the benefits of a 30% fall in panel prices during the period.
Castrol India, manufacturer of lubricants, sees a volatile second quarter (July-September) as base oil prices and additives, which are used for manufacturing lubricants, are on a rising trend due to rising crude oil prices a
Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company’s (MSEDCL’s) dues to wind energy firms have risen to Rs 2,000 crore on account of poor recovery from customers even as its distribution losses got reduced to 13% in FY18,
Solar tariffs jumped to Rs 3.48 per unit at the latest auctions for 1,000 MW, conducted by the Uttar Pradesh New and Renewable Energy Development Agency (UPNEDA), on account of higher land costs and lower irradiance in the re
NTPC, India’s largest public sector power producer, is planning to acquire two stressed power projects of Jaiprakash Power Ventures and one of Jindal India on a slump sale basis, as the developers failed to service debt and
The cost reduction would be enabled by nearly doubling the generation at a nominal cost, thanks to reduced variability of output through optimal utilisation of assets, where wind turbines and solar systems will be configured
Even as the government struggles to set up a clear roadmap for conversion of commercial and passenger vehicles to electric vehicles, various issues pose serious challenges to its vision of 100% electrification of public trans
The date of submission of bids for 5,000 MW inter-state transmission system (ISTS)-based solar projects (2000 MW and 3000 MW capacity) under the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) is likely to be extended by a couple of
Two years since the government allowed flexible utilisation of domestic coal under a tolling policy to reduce costs for generating power, only two states — Gujarat and Maharashtra — have come forward and signed power purc