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Renew Power raises $265 million through equity
December 2015
Renew Power, has raised $265 million in new equity from a subsidiary of Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, Goldman Sachs and Global Environment Fund, to increase its electricity generating capacity from clean sources.
ReNew Power in talks with PE firm to raise $200 million
October 2015
ReNew Power Ventures Pvt. Ltd, in which Goldman Sachs Group Inc. has a majority stake, is in advanced talks with Switzerland-based private equity (PE)
ReNew Power in talks with PE firm to raise $200 million
September 2015
ReNew Power Ventures Pvt. Ltd, in which Goldman Sachs Group Inc. has a majority stake, is in advanced talks with Switzerland-based private equity (PE) firm Partners Group AG to raise $150-200 million to generate 400 MW of solar power.
Connecting the base of the pyramid
March 2015
Decentralised Renewable Energy (DRE) enterprises have adopted a wide range of technologies and business models, but most are struggling to achieve commercial viability.
Fixed tariffs for solar
December 2014
India should move its solar industry to a fixed-pricing model like the one used in Germany, said one of the nation´s biggest clean-energy lenders, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi prepares to expand renewable targets.
Power leads govt capex growth
January 2014
The government’s capital expenditure has been increasing by 29 per cent quarter-on-quarter, steadily over four quarters—as the December quarter figure of Rs 1 lakh crore indicates. Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE) data indicates that the investment for the third quarter is the highest record in the last six quarters
Govt entrusts CIL stake sale task to seven banks
August 2013
To take up the assignment of sale of five per cent stake in Coal India, the Union government has selected seven major banks. They are: Goldman Sachs, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse and Indian investment banks-SBI Capital, JM Financial and Kotak Mahindra Capital. The government wants to raise $1.2 billion through the stake sale in CIL.
Govt entrusts CIL stake sale task to seven banks
August 2013
To take up the assignment of sale of five per cent stake in Coal India, the Union government has selected seven major banks. They are: Goldman Sachs, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse and Indian investment banks-SBI Capital, JM Financial and Kotak Mahindra Capital. The government wants to raise $1.2 billion through the stake sale in CIL.
Govt entrusts CIL stake sale task to seven banks
August 2013
To take up the assignment of sale of five per cent stake in Coal India, the Union government has selected seven major banks. They are: Goldman Sachs, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse and Indian investment banks-SBI Capital, JM Financial and Kotak Mahindra Capital. The government wants to raise $1.2 billion through the stake sale in CIL.
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