As part of efforts to boost the solar sector, the government will soon come out with a new policy for setting up solar zones in the country to give a fillip to renewable energy projects and manufac
Indian Industry, which will play an important role in meeting the goals set by India's INDCs, will need to meet obligations even as they capitalise on new business opportunities.
In 2006, the Centre had approved the National Tariff Policy under the provisions of the Electricity Act 2003.
NEW DELHI: The government on Wednesday approved a 'viability gap funding' (VGF) of Rs 5,050 crore for setting up over 5,000 MW of grid linked solar power projects under the Jawaharlal Nehru Nationa
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India’s grid-connected solar power generation capacity has crossed the 5,000 MW mark, with Rajasthan on top with 1,264.35 MW capacity followed by Gujarat.
The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs on Wednesday approved an increase in the budget for implementation of grid-connected solar rooftop systems to Rs.5,000 crore from Rs.600 crore up to the fi
For many years, the biggest argument against solar power was the high cost of generation. Solar is not viable without government subsidies was the popular argument.
Delhi-based solar power producer Azure Power said it has won a contract to build solar power plants of a total 100 MW capacity from state-run NTPCBSE 0.22 % Ltd.
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