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SolarDae is a media platform for an exclusive coverage and analysis of policies, regulation, and market trends in renewable energy sector. The platform picks the information from the main stream media and adds details backed by data from its own independent research and analysis. The platform also provides clients in with quotes on rooftop solar […]

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SolarDae is a media platform for an exclusive coverage and analysis of policies, regulation, and market trends in renewable energy sector. The platform picks the information from the main stream media and adds details backed by data from its own independent research and analysis. The platform also provides clients in with quotes on rooftop solar […]

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Solar tariffs in Karnataka tender go up but DISCOMS can cheer
5
Feb
Ankur Kumar
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Solar tariffs in Karnataka tender go up but DISCOMS can cheer

Solar tariffs in Karnataka tenders have gone up considerably high in the recent times (Read). The range of tariff is between INR 2.94-3.34 per unit. From the last concluded auctions in December, the lowest tariff of this auction is up by INR 0.50 per unit. The lowest solar energy tariff in India on the date is INR […]

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Navodaya Vidyalaya will harness 18.78 MW rooftop solar
31
Jan
Ankur Kumar
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Navodaya Vidyalaya will harness 18.78 MW rooftop solar

Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti will be very soon using rooftop solar plants on its buildings across India. The total capacity will be 18.78 MW. Azure Power, a leading solar developer will install 11.35 MW of this capacity. The plants will be set up under Resco or Zero-Investment model and qualify for capital incentives. The tariffs range between […]

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MERC rejects Maha Metro prayer to relax rooftop solar norms
28
Jan
Ankur Kumar
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MERC rejects Maha Metro prayer to relax rooftop solar norms

Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation Limited (MMRCL) will have to rethink its plan to install solar power plants on its premise. Its plan is to install 23 MWp so as to meet 65% of its energy requirement in the future. The corporation wanted to install the entire capacity connected to the grid through net-meter. MERC has […]

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KERC intervenes to lower solar tariff for Karnataka auctions
18
Jan
Ankur Kumar
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KERC intervenes to lower solar tariff for Karnataka auctions

For the purpose of the solar auction in the state, Karnataka has corrected its tariff to match it with the APPC of its DISCOMS. Earlier the solar tariff was INR 4.36 a unit. Now it is INR 3.57. KERC has revised the tariff for 860 MW of solar power projects. These projects will be up […]

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Safeguard duty may not impact ongoing solar power projects
14
Jan
Ankur Kumar
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Safeguard duty may not impact ongoing solar power projects

Taking note of confusion created by safeguard duty the government wants to ensure that the duty if imposed, will be prospective and won’t hurt the ongoing solar power projects. The confusion was a result of Directorate General of Safeguards recommendation of 70% duty on solar cell imports. If the duty is applied retrospectively, capital expenditure […]

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Safeguard duty will up solar energy cost by around 40%
11
Jan
Ankur Kumar
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Safeguard duty will up solar energy cost by around 40%

Directorate General of Safeguards recommends 70% safeguard duty on solar imports for 200 days. The recommendations are preliminary findings of the Directorate and the matter is pending before the GOI. The reason behind the recommendation is to protect the domestic solar energy industry against serious injuries from the surge in solar imports. But is it […]

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