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Andhra Pradesh proposal casts doubt on India’s renewable sector: Rystad Energy

India may fall around 7 GW short of its ‘60 GW by 2022’ utility-scale solar target if the power purchase agreement revision proposal by the state government is implemented.

European carrier plans hydrogen buses for long-distance routes

German coach company planning start-up Flixbus will test hydrogen fuel cell vehicles on long-distance routes.

Gujarat seeks to empanel rooftop solar installers for government buildings

November 28 is the last date for EPC installers to submit the rates for different capacities of grid-connected rooftop solar systems on government buildings.

Tata Power to develop 50 MW in Gujarat’s Dholera Solar Park

With this award, the company’s solar capacity under implementation in the state has now swelled to 400 MW, including another 250 MW in Dholera Solar Park and 100 MW in Raghanesda Solar Park.

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Coal India tenders 100 MW solar projects in Chattisgarh

The projects—to be developed in ‘Capex’ mode—are part of the coal producer’s planned solar capacity of around 3 GW to emerge as a net zero energy company. Bidding closes on November 25.

The long read: Considering the competitive landscape for HJT

The benefits of heterojunction technology are well known. But as the first modules come onto the market from REC Group’s new HJT lines, the competitive landscape is crowded, but not without opportunity.

Distributed storage market to grow nearly twentyfold by 2028

Market intelligence company Navigant Research has developed a country forecast of the global market. Incentives and pricing will be the main driver of installations, though the market will continue to be concentrated in certain key regions, including India, for now.

U GRO Capital, Sunvest Capital to co-lend Rs 200 million to MSMEs for rooftop solar

The partnership will leverage the market intelligence of Sunvest and the tech-driven platform of U GRO in lending to MSMEs for rooftop solar.

Austrian company Aerocompact to make solar racking in India

The ‘intelligent’ racking solutions provider has joined hands with Norwegian aluminium producer Hydro Extrusion’s India arm to manufacture PV racking for rooftops. The manufacturing unit—located in Bengaluru—is eyeing at least 20 MW of business from India in the next six months.

Solar plant developers can set up excess capacity: MNRE

The requirement of design and installation of additional DC panels may emanate from the contractual need to supply the committed energy and does not cast any obligation on the procurer to buy generation in excess of the contracted energy range—stated the ministry in its advisory issued recently.

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