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Indian Solar Market Still A Favorite Among Developers

The Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) had issued a tender in March 2019 offering 750 megawatts of capacity

TPDDL Signs 350 Megawatt Solar & Wind Agreements To Fulfill Its RPO

Delhi-based power distribution utility Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited (TPDDL) has signed fresh power supply agreements to procure wind

SECI Issues First Tranche Of 12-Gigawatt Self-Use Solar Power Tenders

The Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) recently issued a tender inviting project developers to set up 2 gigawatts

Now ‘Large Hydro Power Projects’ Will Also Enjoy Renewable Energy Status

To boost hydro power generation, the government on Thursday approved a slew of measures including providing renewable energy status

Thanks To Reverse Bidding, Wind Power Tariffs Are Lower Than Solar Power Tariffs

Back in February 2017 when the reverse bidding started in India’s wind sector, approximately 10 GW of wind power

SPDA Wants Removal Of Tariff Cap For Hybrid Tender

Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) had floated the hybrid tender for the first time earlier this year in

Why No State Wants To Purchase Solar Power?

The achievement of renewable energy capacity of approximately 88,000 MW (71,300 MW established and 17,500 MW under construction) could

Lenders Shy Away From Funding Renewable Energy Projects

In the backdrop of lenders shunning renewable power projects as they fear the low tariffs could financially cripple promoters

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