To Tulsi Tanti, Chairman and Managing Director of Suzlon, the biggest risk is preponderance of independent power producers (IPPs) in its customer profile.

The top honchos of the company will unveil an India strategy next month.

Unfriendly net metering norms are tripping rooftop solar adoption in the country

Will the inclusion of competitive bidding in the government's draft guidelines for the sector change the industry’s climate, asks M Ramesh

The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has blamed banks’ insistence for collateral security for the poor adoption of solar water pumps in the country.

Two global renewable energy majors, Gamesa and First Solar, achieved significant milestones in the Indian market in March 2016.

The winning bidders will secure an option to sell their carbon credits at the ‘strike rate’ – fixed at $3.50 a tonne of CO2 equivalent emission reduction.
Chennai, March 2:

Why India received a pat on its back recently

The Indian Solar Manufacturers’ Association has revived its demand for safeguard and anti-dumping duties on imported solar cells and modules.

The World Business Council for Sustainable Development, a not-for-profit CEO-led body that seeks to promote sustainable development, wants to help push renewable energy growth in India.