The move is in line with the Centre's proposal to introduce flexibility in generation scheduling. It provides flexibility for substituting thermal by renewable power

Uttar Pradesh, which will host 1,650 MW of solar projects, will have ceiling rate of Rs 3.43/unit

The Supreme Court has, however, set aside the termination of the contract by the Madhya Pradesh government

Coal requirement has been worked out considering 30% reduction in hydro generation due to failure of monsoon

Move will allow both domestic and foreign players to sell the fuel in open market as a commodity, at market-determined prices

Decision will help India's Solar Mission become WTO compliant

Major wind power companies are staring at thinning financials and dry order books

45% of the financing target under RE-Invest met till yet: MNRE

These units would soon turn older than 25 years and can't be retrofitted to meet new emission norms

Michael Waldron also says that India is the fastest-growing major energy investment market