Canadian Solar Subsidiary Recurrent Energy Announces Commercial Operation of 71 MW North Carolina Solar Project - Markets Insider

Canadian Solar Subsidiary Recurrent Energy Announces Commercial Operation of 71 MW North Carolina Solar ProjectMarkets InsiderGUELPH, Ontario, Oct. 23, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Recurrent Energy, a wholly owned subsidiary of Canadian Solar Inc. (“Canadian Solar” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: CSIQ), today announced the commercial operation of the 71 MWac/92 MWp IS-42 solar … demand … and … Read more

Changing demand-supply landscape in the Indian solar market

The Indian solar market is being tested to its limits. GST has increased execution costs. Module prices have shot up when bidders were factoring in another 20% price decline by the end of this year. Chinese module suppliers are even reluctant to supply to India. The government is considering anti-dumping duty petition to support domestic … Read more

World energy bodies caution India on wind projects - Hindu Business Line

World energy bodies caution India on wind projectsHindu Business LineTwo others —Inox and Green Infra — quoted Rs. 2.65 to win 250 MW each. … The cautious statements of the heads of the world’s top energy body and the top renewable energy body indicates that they are not convinced that such low tariffs are sustainable. … Read more

World energy bodies caution India on wind projects

The recent tariff-based auctions for wind power capacity, which threw up a surprise low tariff of Rs 2.64 a kWhr, is all fine, but make sure that the projects do come up, say world energy bodies. Commenting on the auctions, in an e-mailed response to BusinessLine, Fatih Birol, Executive Director, International Energy Agency, observed that … Read more

Indian Energy Exchange makes tepid debut, lists at 9% discount to issue price - Economic Times

Economic TimesBy 2022, the capacity of the renewable energy segment is expected to reach 170GW from 58.3GW at present. Of this capacity, 100 GW is solar energy, while 60 GW is wind energy. Since wind and solar energy generators are highly dependent on local … and more …read more

Finland’s Fortum hires Barclays to sell stake in Indian solar assets

New Delhi: Finland’s state-controlled power utility Fortum OYJ has hired Barclays Bank to sell a stake in its operational solar power projects in India, said two people aware of the development. The move by one of the largest nuclear and hydropower generators in Europe and Russia to seek financial investors is representative of growing consolidation … Read more

Finland's Fortum appoints Barclays for stake sale in Indian solar assets - Livemint

LivemintThe move by one of the largest nuclear and hydropower generators in Europe and Russia to seek financial investors is representative of growing consolidation in India’s clean energy space. It comes at a time when financing at the lowest … The quest … …read more