Manufacturing Units of Swelect Energy, Inox Wind Resume Operation Amid Lockdown

Manufacturing Units of Swelect Energy, Inox Wind Resume Operation Amid Lockdown

Swelect Energy Systems Limited, a solar photovoltaic module manufacturing company, has resumed operations at its unit in Bangalore with effect from April 25, 2020. Given the outbreak of the COVID-19 ...
/ / Wind
Bangalore to Add 90 Electric Buses to its EV Fleet

Bangalore to Add 90 Electric Buses to its EV Fleet

The Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) has invited bids for the procurement and operation & maintenance (O&M) of nine-meter 90 electric buses on the gross cost contract (GCC) model. The ...
/ / Electric Vehicles, Grid
Our Inverter Factory in Bangalore Almost Ready for Manufacturing_ Sineng Interview

Our Solar PV Inverter Factory in Bangalore Ready for Manufacturing: Sineng Interview

India is on pace to add over 8 GW of solar in 2019, according to the recent Q2 2019 India Solar market update published by Mercom India and is the third-largest solar ...
Indian Telephone Industries Issues Tender to Procure Solar Power Through Open Access

Indian Telephone Industries Issues Tender to Procure Solar Power Through Open Access

Indian Telephone Industries (ITI) Limited, a government-owned manufacturer of telecommunication equipment, has issued a tender to procure 600,000 kWh of solar power monthly from offsite ground-mounted projects for its facility ...
/ / Solar, Tenders & Auctions
New Guidelines Restrict Short-term Equity Investment in Solar Projects

Mercom India Research Releases White Paper on Domestic Solar Market at Intersolar India

Mercom India, an exclusive knowledge partner of Intersolar India, has released its whitepaper India Solar Market Drivers and Challenges, in partnership with the Intersolar India conference. The conference will be ...
/ / Mercom Research Focus, Other
Solar Companies Flock to Bangalore

Solar Companies Flock to Bangalore

Looking at the rapid pace of solar energy installations across India, one wonders what it would take for a city to be at the heart of it all. Is there ...
/ / Mercom Research Focus, Other
Microsoft Completes its First Renewable Energy Deal in India

Microsoft Completes its First Solar Power Deal in India

American multinational technology company Microsoft has announced the completion of its first renewable energy deal in India. Under the agreement, the company will purchase 3 MW of solar-power from Atria Power for ...
/ / Commercial, Solar
BESCOM Confirms Plans to Develop 11 EV Charging Stations in Bengaluru

BESCOM Confirms Plans to Develop 11 EV Charging Stations in Bengaluru

Bangalore Electricity Supply Company (BESCOM) is leading the effort to develop Electric Vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure for Karnataka’s capital city with an announcement that plans to launch 11 fast-charging stations ...
TUV Rheinland Expands in India

TUV Rheinland Expands in India with a €2.5 Million Solar PV Testing Facility

TUV Rheinland India has expanded its footprint in India with the opening of a €2.5 million (~₹192.6 million) facility in Bangalore to test Solar PV and other technologies. The company ...
/ / Markets & Policy, Solar