Tag: DISCOM

Banks Stare At New NPA’s Due To Renewable Energy Sector

There is renewed nervousness among banks that lending to renewable power utilities companies over the last five years may

Rooftop Solar + Storage: A Viable, Win-Win Solution For Consumers & DISCOMS Now

The declining cost of lithium-ion batteries, along with that of solar, is likely to change the future dynamics of

After CRISIL Now ICRA Downgrades Wind & Solar Project Ratings

After CRISIL now the rating agency ICRA, a Moody’s Investors Service company, has downgraded around 1.9 gigawatts (GW) of

No Respite To Indian RE Developers From Financial Challenges

Financial and project implementation troubles for Indian renewable energy (RE) developers do not seem to cease. We had recently

Financing 27GW Of Solar Projects, Appear, A Daunting Task

Since September 2018, India’s Non-Bank Financial Companies (NBFC) have been in a crisis after Infrastructure Leasing, and Financial Services

Exemption Of CPPs Will Hurt India’s Chances Of Achieving ‘175 GW Target’

As India hopes to meet the target of 175 gigawatt (GW) renewable energy installation capacity by 2022, as part

KERC Recommends Stopping Of New Solar Tenders and Auctions

The Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission (KERC) has written to the Karnataka Renewable Energy Development Limited (KREDL) regarding the procurement

DISCOMs Penalized for Not Fulfilling RPO

Government agencies in India are taking RPO compliance cases seriously, and we are seeing more and more compliance cases

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