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Most module makers willing to kickstart cell production—Loom Solar founder

As importing solar cells becomes costlier and time-consuming in the Covid-19 scenario, most of the module manufacturers in India are eyeing solar cell production—says Loom Solar co-founder and director Amol Anand in an interview with pv magazine.


Bidding extended for BOS package of 735 MW Nokh solar project in Rajasthan

June 11 is the new deadline to bid for supply of the balance-of-system (BOS), installation and commissioning of 735 (3×245 MW) Nokh Solar Park project in Jaisalmer district.


Huawei’s Smart PV Solution powers another Adani plant

The artificial intelligence powered inverter and PV management solution—which powers over 96% renewable capacity installed by Adani Green Energy—was also used for the 50 MW solar plant commissioned recently in Rajasthan.


India’s electric vehicle component market to grow 22% per year for a decade

The market will be driven by shared-mobility electric car deployment and will see annual growth of up to 61.7% for battery management systems.


Liquidity booster for Discoms, state guarantee to rescue

The government’s announcement of Rs 90,000 crore liquidity injection comes as a relief for Discoms. It will be, however, essential to see as to what extent the discoms can avail the scheme given the ‘tied’ nature of this support and requirement of State Government guarantee—shares Care Ratings. 


Gujarat announces sops to attract new manufacturing units

Plug-and-production facilities and labour law exemptions for 1200 days are among the decisions announced by the chief minister of the Indian state which contributes 7.9% to India’s gross domestic product and 20% to the overall exports.

Gigawatt scale ‘ultra-mega’ solar parks driving India’s energy transition

India hosts numerous 1 GW-plus solar parks, two of which are the largest commissioned in the world. The huge sites have been instrumental in driving economies of scale and continue to attract global capital and some of the most recognized renewables developers.


Another bidding extension for SCCL’s 81 MW solar projects

Developers now have one extra month to submit bids for 34 MW (AC) ground based, 32 MW (AC) over-burden dump based and 15 MW (AC) floating solar plants at Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL) sites in Telangana state.

India’s renewables-plus-storage tenders mark a new beginning with highly competitive tariffs: NSEFI

The recently concluded 400 MW renewables auction to supply 24-hour electricity saw winning bid of INR2.90/kWh—a new milestone after peak+off-peak tariff of INR4.07 was achieved in January’s 1.2 GW auction demanding assured power supply during peak demand hours.

Covid-19 can impact electric vehicle demand

Industry body FICCI has recommended an extension of the FAME II Scheme by at least one year to 2023 as it feels change in the consumer behavior can impact the demand for electric vehicles (EVs) in the short term.


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