India has scrapped a duty on solar modules, making it easier to import the products after a sudden change in customs policy last year led to a logjam of shipments at Indian ports.
The Himachal Pradesh government today approved amendments in the hydro-power policy with a view to reviving 737 stalled projects of 5,500MW capacity and attracting investors for new projects.
In a first, the Madhya Pradesh State Electricity Regulatory Commission (MPERC) has slapped fine on the state government and asked to pay dues to Adani Green Energy.
The Maharashtra Authority for Advance Ruling recently said that the supply of turnkey engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) for a solar plant cannot be construed to be a composite supply
Under the scheme, a single entity can be allotted a maximum capacity of 600 Mw
Ministry of Power issued the guidelines for the said scheme on April 10
In a move that could brighten the prospect for domestic solar equipment manufacturers, who are in the throes of fighting cheaper Chinese imports, the government is set to finalise a comprehensive s
Spot power prices in the country are unlikely to surge in the next two months and hover around Rs 4 per unit in view of availability renewables, mainly wind energy, experts say.
This move of UPPCL, in association with Energy Efficiency Services (EESL), seeks to address the state’s power woes and ensure customer convenience.
Gujarat government has stopped paying subsidies to beneficiaries of the rooftop solar scheme since April 21.
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