http://seci.co.in/show_tender.php?id=262 RfS for Setting up of 500 and 250 MW Grid Connected Solar PV Power Projects in Bhadla Ph-III and Ph-IV Solar Parks
Start Date : 21/06/2017
End Date : 05/10/2017
SECI is inviting bids for setting up of 750 MW Grid Connected Solar Photo Voltaic Power Projects in the state of Rajasthan (500 MW at Bhadla Phase-III Solar Park under NSM Ph-II B-IV T-XI and 250 MW at Bhadla Phase-IV Solar Park under NSM Ph-II B-IV T-XII). The last date of b
India is expected to reach 20 gigawatt (GW) of installed solar capacity by the end of the present financial year (2017-18), said a report released by the consulting firm Bridge to India (BTI) on Tuesday.
According to the latest edition of India Solar Map 2017, which was released on Tuesday, India will reach a total of 20 GW of installed solar capacity by 2017-18 end. It also said that India installed 7.5 GW in the last four quarters (Q4 2016-Q3 2017) and the total utility sc
Anand Kumar, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), has reaffirmed the government’s commitment to its domestic PV manufacturers of India’s Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), has reaffirmed the government’s commitment to its domestic PV manufacturers and said the country “must now concentrate on manufacturing” if it is to become a force in renewable energy.
Kumar’s comments at the REI Expo in Delhi came at a time when many feel anti-dumping duties against
US trade body recommendation may impact India’s solar power sector
Indian solar power tariffs’ sharp decline will get arrested in the short term with Chinese solar module prices set to increase post the US trade body recommendation on FridayNew Delhi: Indian solar power tariffs’ sharp decline will get arrested in the short term with Chinese solar module prices set to increase post the US International Trade Commission’ (USITC) recommendation on Friday.
With the USITC in an u
The ministry notified the National Offshore Wind Energy Policy in October 2015, which said there was reasonable potential to develop offshore wind projects along the Tamil Nadu and Gujarat coasts.
Nishtha Saluja | ET Bureau | September 21, New Delhi: The government plans to bring offshore wind energy and large hydro-electricity projects under the ambit of renewable energy, which will scale up the target of 175 gigawatts of green power capacity by 2022.
“Today, we are con
RPO I.e. Renewable purchase obligation, a obligation for each discom to purchase a certain percentage of solar and non- solar power to promote renewable energy and with each year this percentage increase as per Commission or Govt guidelines. Since this concept was introduced in the sector most of the discoms have failed to reach the target and requested respective Commission to reduce the targets and no penalty should be imposed.
It is surprising to note that Karnataka govt
Dubai will implement the world's largest Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) project valued at 14.2 billion dirhams ($3.87 billion), UAE daily Gulfnews reported on Saturday.
The CSP project will be implemented by Dubai Water and Electricity Authority (Dewa). And the largest single-site project will generate 700 megawatts (MW) of power when it is completed in the last quarter of 2020, parallel to the World Expo 2020 in Dubai, Xinhua reported.
The project will include the world'
The Punjab National Bank (PNB) will finance rooftop solar projects in India through a customized program and will provide up to $500 million (~₹32 billion) in term loans to developers from the Asian Development Bank (ADB), stated on the SPIN website.
Under the program, PNB is targeting sole proprietorship firms, partnership firms including, limited liability partnership (LLP), limited companies, private limited companies, trusts, associations, special purpose vehicle (SPV),
China, India best bets for green energy investors, says Morgan Stanley
China and India can see renewable energy as a path to reduce poverty, according to the report.
By Emily Chasan
Emerging markets including China and India could be the best bets for investors hoping to fight climate change and boost returns, according to a report Thursday.
If the planet heats up by 5 degrees Celsius (9 degrees Fahrenheit), well above the 2-degree threshold set by the Paris Accord, inves
Topaz Solar to Set Up 1.2 GW Module Manufacturing Capacity in OdishaTopaz Solar, a private Indian company, will set up a 1.2 GW module manufacturing unit in Odisha, India. The payback period of the project is anticipated to be six years and the project will be developed on a 40-acre plot of land in the vicinity of Bhubaneshwar.
The entire unit will be developed in two phases. Phase-I will be 500 MW and Phase-II will be 700 MW capacity. The total inlay of the first phase of t