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Directorate General of Safeguards has recommended 25% safeguard duty on solar energy cells assembled into module imported from China and Malaysia
Indian army has inaugurated its first 1 MW solar power plant at Ambala cantonment (Detail). The plant is a part of the 'go green' initiative. L
Power regulators in India often turn down the petitions of consumers who want to install rooftop solar plant on their premises in excess of 1 MW.
Bengaluru Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) plans to utilise its most of the vacant land in generating solar power (Read). Additionally,
An analysis by SolarDae of effective electricity tariff rates in Rajasthan shows how businesses without rooftop solar have been bearing their ele
After a lull in tender activities of solar energy in Q-3 & Q-4 of last fiscal, at least 3 tenders called in a quick succession in Q-1 of FY
Solar tariffs in NTPC auction have fallen to INR 2.72-2.73 per unit for the project capacity of 750 MW. Sprng Energy, Ayana Renewable and SB En
Chhattisgarh Renewable Energy Development Agency (CREDA) is going to set up rooftop solar in the state. The total capacity is 50 MW which will be
If you are in Rajasthan and want to install a solar energy plant then contact M/s. Balaarka. The new small entrepreneur company in Jodhpur has
Last time GUVNL went to a solar auction, the winning solar tariffs ranged between INR 2.65 to 2.67 per unit. The project capacity was 500 MW. On
Karnataka Renewable Energy Development Limited (KREDL) has decided to execute its under-subscribed solar tender (Read). The 1200 MW tender at Pav
The confusion hovering around safeguard duty continues to vex solar market of India. Two recent solar auctions- one in Maharashtra and the other
Maharashtra may soon make it compulsory for its new buildings to have rooftop solar plants on them. The state government is working on a policy t
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 un