Author Archives: B.S. Nagaraj

About B.S. Nagaraj

Nagaraj BharadwajB.S. Nagaraj is a Senior Editor at Mercom India. Nagaraj is an experienced journalist and has held senior roles in publications like The Indian Express and Deccan Herald, and Qatar Tribune. He has also worked for business advisory and risk management consulting firms in New Delhi. More articles from B.S. Nagaraj.

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Inverter Company SolarEdge’s Revenue Up 19% in Q1 2022 to $655 Million

Inverter Company SolarEdge’s Revenue Up 19% in Q1 2022 to $655 Million

SolarEdge, an Israel-based manufacturer of solar inverters, power optimizers, and monitoring systems, reported a revenue of $655.1 million in the first quarter (Q1) of 2022, an increase of 19% from ...
Peak Power Demand Touches All-Time High of 201 GW

Peak Power Demand Touches All-Time High of 201 GW

The all-India peak power demand touched an all-time high of 201.066 GW on April 26, 2022, surpassing the peak power demand of 200.539 GW met on July 7, 2021. According ...
/ / Demand Response, Grid
BlackRock, Mubadala to Invest ₹40 billion in Tata Power’s Renewables Arm for a 10% Stake

BlackRock, Mubadala to Invest ₹40 billion in Tata Power’s Renewables Arm for a 10% Stake

Tata Power and BlackRock Real Assets-led consortium, including Mubadala Investment Company, have entered into a binding agreement to invest in Tata Power’s green subsidiary, Tata Power Renewable Energy Limited. BlackRock ...
/ / Finance and M&A, Other
Solar Module Prices to Remain High Until Second Half of 2021: Chinese Manufacturers

Solar Module Prices to Remain High Until Second Half of 2021: Chinese Manufacturers

Two leading Chinese manufacturers have said that the spiraling prices of raw materials like glass, polysilicon, and silver since the second half of 2020 have led to a sharp increase ...
/ / Markets & Policy, Solar
Backward Integration Vital to Build Manufacturing Capacity in Indian Solar Sector

Backward Integration Vital to Build Manufacturing Capacity in Indian Solar Sector

Supply chain constraints and the consequent increase in solar cell and module prices could continue to plague the solar industry in India for the next three to four quarters. At ...
/ / Markets & Policy, Solar