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In Need of Back-Up
July 2018
In June 2018, the government has revised the targets for 2022 to increase the solar power capacity to 113 GW from the earlier set 100 GW. Though the industry has the capability to meet this, it is fighting policy-level challenges.
In Need of An Overhaul
May 2018
Growth of rooftop solar installations in 2018 is likely to witness a decline on the back of regulatory complexity and policy uncertainty. POWER TODAY spoke to a cross-section of experts to understand what it would take to return traction to the segment.
Storing the Sun
August 2017
With increase in share of renewables in the distribution system, it has become indispensable to incorporate large scale integration of energy storage, which gives flexibility to quickly ramp up supply in case the need arises.
Total corporate funding in solar sector rises to $3.2 billion in Q1 2017| Mercom
April 2017
Mercom Capital Group, llc, a global clean energy communications and consulting firm, released its report on funding and merger and acquisition (M&A) activity for the solar sector in the first quarter of 2017.
Payment delays are increasing risk and project costs for solar and wind projects | Mercom
April 2017
Payment delays by distribution companies (discoms) continue to pose a challenge for the growing renewable energy sector in India as it tries to achieve 175 GW of renewable installations by 2022.
Green Grid Gap
February 2017
Green Energy Corridor planned to carry ´intermittent´ solar and wind power from producers to consumers efficiently, is yet to catch up with the pace of capacity creation.
Solar’s share in India’s power generation on the rise | CEA
January 2017
With increasing installation activity, the solar sector has come a long way in the past two years in India. Solar energy now accounts for almost one per cent of total power generated in India and 13 per cent of the total renewable power generated in the country. S
Elemental Dissonance
January 2017
Solar has many unique attributes which make it a preferred source of power, particularly in India, a densely populated country with a high energy deficit - where it can be rapidly deployed across most parts of the country, due to its modular nature and by virtue of it being environment friendly.
Good monsoon A mixed blessing
November 2016
After enduring two consecutive years of drought, the monsoon in India has been recorded as ´normal´ in 2016, at just 3 per cent below the long term average. The monsoon, which spans from June to September, is said to be normal when rainfall is between 96-104 per cent of the long term (50 year) average of about 88 centimetres
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