Unleashing the potential of renewable energy in India
This new World Bank report assesses the feasibility of developing renewable energy in India & says that renewables can play an important role in increasing country's energy security by diversifying supply, reducing import dependence & mitigating fuel price volatility.
This World Bank report says developing indigenous renewable energy sources which have low marginal costs of generation are more economically viable in the long run. Renewables can play an important role in increasing India’s energy security by diversifying supply, reducing import dependence and mitigating fuel price volatility.
This report is a diagnosis, assessing the feasibility of developing Renewable Energy (RE) in India and is based on data from nearly 180 wind, biomass, and small hydropower projects in 20 states, as well as information from the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) and the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC).
Report: Road map for up scaling renewables.
Report: Indian renewable energy status report.
Guidelines: Tariff based bidding process for grid connected power projects.
Mission: Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission.
Policy: Integrated Energy Policy Report.
Feature: New gold rush.
Feature: Biomass market in a flux.