Bridge to India figures show dominance of Chinese inverters, which supplied almost 80% of installs from July last year to the end of June.
The region could, by 2050, cut greenhouse gas emissions from power, heat, transport and desalination which are expected to add up to more than 825 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent this year. Such a transition could be perfectly possible, technically and financially.
The land required to meet India’s 2022 renewable energy target ranges from approximately 55,000 to 125,000 km2, or areas roughly the size of Himachal Pradesh or Chhattisgarh, respectively. This much land is likely to impact 6700–11,900 km2 of forest land and 24,100–55,700 km2 of agricultural land. The good news is that India’s already degraded lands have the potential of 1789 GW, which is more than ten times the 175 GW target.
Program aims to drive down the cost of solar electricity to a maximum of Rs2.50/kWh in a nation where tariffs vary wildly from state to state.
Projects with a total capacity of 250 MW—by Renew Energy and CSE Development—will be set up over land identified in Una and Kangra districts of the state.
The pact with the diversified business group comes close on the heels of Renew Power’s proposal for 200 MW power projects in the state.
The I-SMART program aims to aggregate demand for 1 GW rooftop solar systems across four states and two union territories. It simplifies rooftop solar installation by providing a range of services both to the partner installers and prospective customers on a single-window web portal.
The Himachal Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission (HPERC) has followed the lead of the authorities in Tamil Nadu, Bihar and Maharashtra in setting generic levelised tariffs for PV projects.
The state-owned hydropower generator has invited bids for setting up of rooftop and small solar power plants of total 1082.16 kWp capacity at its power stations/units in the state of Himachal Pradesh. The projects will be awarded through domestic competitive bidding followed by e-reverse auction.
In response to feedback from the domestic renewable energy sector, the Indian government has revealed plans to launch $5 billion of tenders for new transmission lines, starting in phases from this summer.
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