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India added 935MW of private-contract backed solar in first nine months of 2021

That meant the nation reached a cumulative 4.8GW of “open-access” solar generation capacity by the end of September. At that point, there were also more than 1.1GW of open access projects in the development pipeline, according to analyst Mercom India Solar.

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Green Energy push for future sustainability in India

The core objective of renewable energy deployment in India is to promote economic growth, enhance energy security, increase energy access, and reduce climate change. Sustainable development is possible by the use of clean energy and by ensuring access to affordable and reliable energy for every citizen.

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China and India to drive record world coal demand next year

Advances in solar power and other clean energy technologies have failed to keep up with demand for electricity as economies rebound from the Covid crisis and China and India’s fossil fuel appetite will ensure the world stays well short of what is needed for a net zero 2050 for at least the next three years.

Power banking restrictions will curb open-access solar

A new report analyzes the current status of banking provisions across solar and wind energy rich states in India, along with the implications of these restrictive provisions upon the renewables sector.

Draft of National Green Hydrogen Mission under inter-ministerial consultations

The mission envisages commercial production of green hydrogen production in the nation from the financial year 2025-26 onwards.

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How round-the-clock renewables point to optimum use of energy generation and infrastructure

Amid the troubles of the coal-dominated grid, variable renewable energy has a place in ensuring reliable supply

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NSEFI writes to law minister on solar tariff renegotiation in Punjab

The industry body wrote the State’s new bill to redetermine solar tariffs will render the already operating projects unviable and power producers will find it difficult to repay their loans. It sought the law minister’s intervention in highlighting their concerns to the President with whom the Bill is presently pending approval.

The case for agrivoltaics in India

Given 60% of India’s land area is farmed, agrivoltaics (pairing solar with farming) holds special promise for the nation to accelerate its transition to clean energy. However, the roll-out of agrivoltaics in India cannot proceed without addressing the various policy and regulatory challenges. 

The outlook for residential rooftop solar in India

After stagnant annual growth for a couple of years, the rooftop PV market is showing signs of improvement with the usual obstacles no longer so daunting.

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Central Electronics Limited tenders 95 MW of solar sites in Maharashtra

The successful contractor will install the arrays in blocks of 2-10 MW and will carry out all stages of installation, from site surveys through to 12 years’ operation and maintenance.

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