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SCC India  "Hybrid policy would benefit the RE target"
According to Badrinarayanan Thirumalai, Head of Business-Solar, Anchor Electricals (A Panasonic Group Company), at the moment only big players can participate in the utility scale hybrid policy.

Gearing up for 80 GW and beyond
Wind dominates the renewable energy (RE) segment with an installed capacity of over 34,000 MW. The segment, which was once the leader in RE, may lose its sheen as grid-connected solar energy may take over wind in the coming years

Wind offshore projects are new opportunities
Given the amount of auctions rolled out currently and the expected future auctions for wind, and with the industry's manufacturing prowess, we can confidently say that the currently-set target of 60 GW can be achieved.

Giving Teeth to India-s Wind-Solar Hybrid Policy
Although the industry has generally welcomed the newly-enunciated Wind-Solar Hybrid Policy, review of its certain aspects may be necessitated on the back of some serious concerns

"Industry must not underestimate the favourable impact of GST"
For Sanjeev K Ahuja, Head-Marketing, Su-Kam Power Systems, GST will minimise hassles for the vendors like the abolition of æC' form, æF' form and CST which added to project costs.

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