India’s major electricity reforms were ushered in through the landmark Electricity Act of 2003. This Act removed the licensing requirement to produce power, and also led to the unbundling of generation, transmission and distribution of electricity at the state level.
One of China's biggest makers of solar panels today said it will invest $309 million to expand manufacturing in India in a move to guard against what it complained is a rising threat of import controls in the United States and other markets.
The decade-long fight between Enercon GmBH and its Indian arm, Wind World India, is proving to be a serious issue for the wind energy sector, as turbines with over 3,000 MW capacity have become near non-functional for want of servicing and lack of components, people close to the development told
Kochi: Cochin International Airport Limited (CIAL) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the consultant of the Airport Authority of West African nation Ghana for setting up solar plants at the three airports in that country.
BENGALURU: The government is taking steps to ease the entry of importers of solar panels and modules into the new solar import regime, where they have to pay a 7.5% levy on such equipment, along with various cesses, amounting to around 10%.
NEW DELHI: Solar power could soon become the new cash crop for farmers, who can make an extra buck or two by switching to solar power for running irrigation pumps and selling surplus power to discoms.
BENGALURU: Solar tariffs rose sharply from their lowest level in the latest solar auction of 860 MW conducted by Karnataka's Renewable Energy Development Ltd (KREDL).