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Lack of accurate DNI data and forecasting techniques are roadblocks
April 2017
With India eyeing such ambitious targets to magnify its solar capacity to 100 GW by FY 2022, the growth in the sector has been promising, but requires more impetus. On the policy front, although all the states have come up with dedicated solar policies with well-defined targets, there is barely any focus on CSP.
FDI Initiatives And their Attractiveness
August 2016
The future of India´s renewable energy story, as highlighted by the current government, is ´moving from megawatt to gigawatt´. The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has pronounced a target of 175 GW of renewable energy generation capacity by 2022 (as on 30 April 2016, the figure stands at 43 GW).
Solar PV makers do not function in harmony
July 2014
There is no solar manufacturers´ association worth its mettle to bring all the firms to unite and help sharpen government policies towards result-oriented implementation, says DT Barki, Director (Technical), Photon Solar
Drop in solar tariffs in India
June 2012
Steep falling module prices, rapid advancement in technology and falling demand in the German and European market have led to a massive reduction in the cost of solar power, say Sumanto Basu and Pallavi Bedi.
Drop in solar tariffs in India
June 2012
Steep falling module prices, rapid advancement in technology and falling demand in the German and European market have led to a massive reduction in the cost of solar power, say Sumanto Basu and Pallavi Bedi.
Innovation is the route to success
November 2011
Many solar manufacturers may not enjoy double-digit operating margins but it is still vital to keep the R&D effort going and the JNNSM policy too encourages such R&D spending, K Subramanya, CEO, Tata BP Solar, informs R Srinivasan.
Innovation is the route to success
November 2011
Many solar manufacturers may not enjoy double-digit operating margins but it is still vital to keep the R&D effort going and the JNNSM policy too encourages such R&D spending, K Subramanya, CEO, Tata BP Solar, informs R Srinivasan.
NVVN to export 250 MW to Bangladesh
September 2011
NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam (NVVN) has been given the mandate to export 250 MW of power from NTPC to Bangladesh. Arup Roy Choudhury, CMD, NTPC said that 250 MW will be exported to Bangladesh
Projects under ambitious solar mission get stuck
September 2011
Ambitious projects under the National Solar Mission are now stuck after the government found holes in the corporate equity holding structures of companies that were meant to implement them.
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