The IRENA/ADFD Project Facility represents a partnership between the two key organisations to promote renewable energy in developing countries.

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.

Many of the world’s Small Island Developing States (SIDS) have started to integrate renewables into their electricity supply mix. The expected benefits include reducing dependency on costly, sometimes volatile fossil-fuel imports.

India plans to add 100 GW of solar electric power generation by 2022 to an existing system (with an installed capacity of close to 330 GW, as on January 2018, from all sources). Selection of sites for such a large infrastructure investment is definitely an important decision.

Developing cities seeking to assess their policy and financing options for rooftop photovoltaic (PV) power generation can benefit from the increasing sophistication of rooftop PV simulators.

India RE Outlook 2019 contains outlook and estimates for the solar and wind energy sector for the year 2019 – capacity addition, tender issuance, prices, policy developments and financing.

This is the sixth tranche of competitive bidding held by Seci for wind power.

Chandigarh: The Haryana government has announced that demand notices will be issued by March 31, 2019, for around 44,000 tubewell connections pending since January 1, 2014, and the connections woul

Solar farms installed by Japanese Company 'Kyocera' and Thai Company 'SPCG Public Company' are attracting attention nowadays as a source of renewable energy.

Commits to save 25% of TCS iON Digital Zone's total electricity consumption

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