CERC Provides Relief to Solar Developers in the Matter of GST Compensation

CERC Provides Relief to Solar Developers in Matter of GST Compensation

In a positive development for the domestic renewable industry, the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) has provided relief to solar project developers with regards to the effect of goods and ...
/ / Markets & Policy, Solar
KERC Asks DISCOMs to Stick to Competitive Bidding Guidelines for Wind Projects

SECI’s 1.2 GW Wind Tender Garners Huge Response, Oversubscribed by 1,125 MW

The recent wind tender issued by the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) for 1,200 MW of projects have been oversubscribed by 1,125 MW. These ISTS-connected wind projects were issued ...
/ / Other, Wind
ENGIE And STOA Form Joint-Venture to Develop Wind Projects in India

Siemens Gamesa and Inox Wind Bag Massive Orders in India

Since the inception of reverse bidding in India’s wind sector back in February 2017, approximately 10 GW of wind power projects have been auctioned in the country. And of late, ...
/ / Other, Wind
: Wind, Reverse Auctions, PPA, SECI, ISTS

SECI’s 2 GW Wind Tender Receives Damp Response, Undersubscribed by 800 MW

The Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI)’s 2 GW Tranche-V wind tender has been undersubscribed by 800 MW. The shortage of connectivity infrastructure across the country seems to have taken ...
/ / Other, Wind
Suzlon Commissions 340 MW of Solar Projects Across Three Indian States

Suzlon Commissions 340 MW of Solar Projects Across Three Indian States

Suzlon, a domestic renewable energy project developer, has successfully commissioned 340 MW of solar photovoltaic (PV) projects across three states of Maharashtra, Telangana, and Rajasthan. The three projects in Telangana ...
Indian Solar Sector Received Over $10 Billion in Financing During 2017

Indian Solar Sector Received Over $10 Billion in Financing During 2017

In 2017, the Indian solar sector logged over $10 billion (~₹650 billion) in financing activity, according to Mercom Capital Group’s recently released 2017 Q4 and Annual India Solar Market Update ...
/ / Finance and M&A, Solar
DISCOMs Could Look to Coal if Solar Tariffs Go Over ₹3.50/kWh Because of Safeguard Duty

DISCOMs Could Look to Coal if Solar Tariffs Go Over ₹3.50/kWh Because of Safeguard Duty

The proposed 70 percent provisional safeguard duty on solar imports, if levied, has the potential to reverse India’s solar growth trajectory and send the wrong signal to the investment community ...
/ / Markets & Policy, Solar