The dark side of plummeting solar prices - Forbes India

Forbes IndiaThanks to abundant low cost supply of photovoltaic (PV) panels from China, solar tariffs in India have dropped from Rs17.5 per kilowatt hour (kWh) in 2011 to as low as Rs2.44 at an auction in May —cheaper than the price of coal-based power. That is a … and more …read more

CleanMax Solar to power Chennai Metro - Times of India

CleanMax Solar to power Chennai MetroTimes of IndiaCleanMax has bagged six MW Solar Rooftop Turnkey contract on RESCO model (Renewable Energy Service Company (RESCO) model) that would be used to power metro stations, depots and administration buildings, a company statement said. “The venture will … and more …read more

SECI tenders 750 mw solar park in Rajasthan - ETEnergyworld.com

ETEnergyworld.comNew Delhi: Setting a new trend in the Solar Energy sector again, Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) has tendered a 750 MW of solar park in the state of Rajasthan, at a low benchmark price of Rs.3.93/kWh compared to the previous benchmark price of … and more …read more

Renewable energy no longer a niche to institutional investors - ETEnergyworld.com

ETEnergyworld.comNew York: Institutional investors remain eager to put money to work on renewable energy projects even as U.S. President Donald Trump has vowed to revive their chief competitor: coal, financial executives said at a conference this week. “Five or six …Green Energy may renew job hopes & create 3 lakh jobs in 5 yearsEconomic TimesOver … Read more

Make Trump's border wall a solar generator? It's not so easy - ETEnergyworld.com

ETEnergyworld.comBut Trump on Wednesday revived the plan, with a renewable energy twist. “I will give you an idea that nobody has heard about yet,” he said. “The southern border. Lots of sun, lots of heat. We are thinking about building a wall as a solar wall. So it … and more …read more

Renewable energy no longer a niche to institutional investors - Times of India

Times of IndiaBy Dave Gregorio. NEW YORK, June 22 (Reuters) – Institutional investors remain eager to put money to work on renewable energy projects even as U.S. President Donald Trump has vowed to revive their chief competitor: coal, financial executives said at a …Green Energy may renew job hopes & create 3 lakh jobs in … Read more

Finance Ministry Rejects Rs 20000-crore plan for local solar equipment firms - Economic Times

Economic TimesThe ministry for new and renewable energy (MNRE) began working on the policy soon after an appellate body of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) upheld a complaint made by the US against the ‘domestic content requirement’ component in India’s … and more …read more