Bidders Go to Court Over Lack of Transparency in EESL’s Solar Pumps Auction

Bidders Go to Court Over Lack of Transparency in EESL’s Solar Pumps Auction

Last week, the Delhi High Court directed the Government of India to respond to a petition filed by domestic solar manufacturers, who have requested the termination of the Pradhan Mantri ...
/ / Off-grid, Solar
Court Tells Government to Consider Including Hydrogen Fuel Cells Under FAME-II Program

Court Tells Government to Consider Including Hydrogen Fuel Cells Under FAME-II Program

The Delhi High Court has directed the Government of India to consider including hydrogen fuel cell-based electric vehicles (EVs) and hydrogen refueling stations under the ambit of the Faster Adoption ...
/ / Electric Vehicles, Grid
Hero Future, Vikram Solar and ACME go to Court Opposing Safeguard Duty Imposed by DGTR

Renewable Energy Generators Approach Delhi High Court over Levy of GST on RECs

After paying GST of 12% on renewable energy certificates (RECs), renewable energy project developers who are part of the REC mechanism have approached the Delhi High Court to provide relief ...
/ / Other, Renewable Energy
Hero Future, Vikram Solar and ACME go to Court Opposing Safeguard Duty Imposed by DGTR

Sterling and Wilson Moves Delhi High Court Against Non-Payment from Skypower Solar

Two renewable project developers Skypower and Sterling and Wilson have been embroiled in a financial tussle with the latter alleging non-payment of dues for two solar projects.  After the matter ...
/ / Markets & Policy, Solar
India to Not Levy Provisional Safeguard Duty of 70 Percent on Solar Imports for Now

India to Not Levy ‘Provisional’ Safeguard Duty of 70 Percent on Solar Imports for Now

Module suppliers can heave a sigh of relief for now as they will not have to pay the 'provisional' Safeguard Duty of 70 percent for a period of 200 days ...