CERC Announces New Guidelines for Seamless Cross-Border Trade of Electricity

CERC Announces New Guidelines for Seamless Cross-Border Trade of Electricity

The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) has issued new regulations for the cross-border trade of electricity. These regulations will come into force from the date of publication in the Official ...
/ / Grid, Market & Policy
SECI’s 1,200 MW Wind Tender Receives Bids Totaling 2,190 MW

Solar REC Trading Slumps While Non-Solar REC Trading Spikes in November 2018

With both solar and non-solar renewable energy certificate (REC) trading undergoing a reversal in the demand-supply situation, trading of solar RECs has witnessed a huge slump even as trade in ...
/ / Markets & Policy, Solar
SECI Scraps 300 MW Solar Capacity Awarded to Adani Green

European Union to Join Hands with India for the Growth of Sustainable Technologies

The European Union (EU) has issued a joint communication to the European Parliament and the Council through which the EU aims to reinforce EU-India strategic partnership, build a strong partnership ...
/ / Markets & Policy, Solar
India and Tanzania Likely to Develop Solar Power Projects Together

India and Tanzania Likely to Develop Solar Power Projects Together

India and Tanzania have agreed to develop solar power projects together in the future as members of International Solar Alliance (ISA). The decision was made during the ninth India-Tanzania Joint ...
/ / Solar, Utility Scale
Tamil Nadu Sets ₹3.97/kWh as Pooled Cost of Power for Renewables

Spot Power Price Rose 41% Due to Shortage of Coal, Reduced Generation from Hydro and Wind

Spot power price witnessed an unprecedented spike in September 2018, reversing the trend from the previous months. In September 2018, the recorded spot power price was ₹4.69 (~$0.063)/kWh. This is ...
/ / Grid, Market & Policy
MAHAGENCO Gets Electricity Trading License from MERC

MAHAGENCO Gets Electricity Trading License from MERC

The Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (MERC) has awarded electricity trading license to Maharashtra State Power Generation Company Limited (MAHAGENCO). With this grant of license, MAHAGENCO can now participate in the ...
/ / Demand Response, Grid
India-Nepal Electricity Trade to Grow with the Commissioning of 220 kV Dhalkebar Substation

India-Nepal Electricity Trade to Grow with the Commissioning of 220 kV Dhalkebar Substation

India and Nepal have strengthened their electricity trade with the commissioning of the high-voltage Dhalkebar substation in southern Nepal. This is part of a World Bank-supported Nepal-India Electricity Transmission and ...
/ / Demand Response, Grid
Non-Solar REC Trading Continued to Gain Momentum in March 2018

Non-Solar REC Trading Continued to Gain Momentum in March 2018

The final month of the renewable energy certificate (REC) trading year witnessed a spike in non-solar REC trading. However, REC trading witnessed a reversal in trends during March 2018 when ...
U.S. Objects to India’s Request for a Compliance Panel to Resolve the Solar DCR Dispute

US Objects to India’s Request for a Compliance Panel to Resolve Solar DCR Dispute

The solar trade dispute between the U.S. and India hit another roadblock recently after the U.S. objected to India’s request to establish a compliance panel to resolve the deadlock.  India ...
/ / Markets & Policy, Solar