The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) has notified draft CERC (Terms and Conditions for Tariff determination from Renewable Energy Sources) Regulations, 2024. As per the draft, CERC is responsible for annually determining the generic tariff in accordance with regulations for various types of renewable energy projects.

This latest edition of the IRENA Leveraging local capacity series explores the dynamic world of small-scale hydropower, offering insights into how this renewable energy source can be harnessed to spur economic growth and job creation, and enhance the well-being of communities.

The Standing Committee on Energy, present this Seventeenth Report on ‘Action Plan for achievement of 175 Gigawatt (GW) Renewable Energy Target' relating to the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy. A potential of 1490.73 GW has been estimated from various renewable energy Sources i.e.

The Southern Region (SR) leads renewable energy (RE) deployment in India, having an installed capacity of about 43 GW as of December 2020. Recognising the immense RE potential of this region, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), Government of India, has set an ambitious RE target of 59 GW for SR by 2022.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Status of Small Hydro Power Projects, 25/07/2019. The Ministry of New & Renewable Energy brings out Small Hydro Power Schemes from time to time to provide Central Financial Assistance to both Government and Private sector for setting up Small Hydro Power (SHP) projects.

While the renewable energy sector has grown considerably, there is still immense potential to be realized. This report identifies some of the key barriers that are hindering the growth of renewable energy in India.

India’s ambitious target of achieving 100 gigawatts of installed solar energy capacity by 2022 has received a setback, with the parliamentary panel on energy expressing disappointment with the government’s performance in the sector so far. The committee feels that at the current rate, the target will be very difficult to achieve.

JAMMU, Feb 5: Minister of State for Power Asiea Naqash informed the House that Jammu and Kashmir State Power Development Corporation (JKSPDC) owns, operates and maintains 23 hydro power projects v

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Status of Small Hydro Power Projects, 28/12/2017. 1085 small hydro power projects with aggregate capacity of 4399.355 MW capacity have been set up upto November 2017. The State wise number of Small Hydro Projects installed by 30.11.2017 are given in Annexure-I.

3 pending projects to be completed soon will improve State's power scenario: Pallab Lochan