According to a recent assessment, India would fall short by about a third of its aim of reaching 300GW of
The Indian government intends to generate billions of dollars by issuing up to $3.3 billion (equivalent) in “green bonds”
Delays in signing of power sale agreements (PSAs) are a bottleneck in the growth of renewable energy capacity in
Although Indian renewable energy companies failed to meet generation targets in fiscal years 2019 and 2020 as about 15
The government of India has set a massive target of achieving 175 GW in renewable energy capacity by 2022.
At present, India has a total installed renewable energy capacity of 90 GW. This includes 39 GW of wind
Addressing a special session of chief ministers during the third ‘Global Renewable Energy Investors’ Conference the Chief Minister of
India is globally ranked third in power generation. accounting for 5.86%, i.e. 1,561,100 GW of the world’s total annual