One of India’s leading independent solar power producers, Acme Solar Holdings, has announced ambitious plans to expand its renewable power and green hydrogen portfolio. The company plans to set up
Scatec of Norway and ACME of India have decided to halt a 900-megawatt (MW) $400 million solar power project in India owing to supply chain delays and rising import charges.
Ayana Renewable Power Private Limited announced the acquisition of a 100 percent ownership investment in a 250 MWac solar photovoltaic (PV) energy plant constructed and operated by ACME Solar Holdings
Scatec has entered in a partnership with ACME, a leading solar developer in India, to construct a 900 MW solar power plant in the state of Rajasthan, India. Scatec is
Acme Solar Holdings Ltd. is looking to sell 4.84 gigawatt (GW) of solar projects. This assets sale process from India’s largest pure-play solar platform is being run by Cantor Fitzgerald
Acme Cleantech Solutions, one of the largest solar power companies in India, has sold 600 megawatts of solar power capacity to Actis. Brookfield, another major investor in Indian renewable energy
News from the much celebrated 2 GW auction of NTPC in 2018, where top developers had bid for prices as low as Rs 2.59 is not good. Developers, namely, Acme
Acme Solar had won the 600 MW project in an auction conducted by NTPC last August where it quoted a tariff of Rs 2.59 per unit. According to the terms