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Electricity demand has gone up in the past two months owing to increase in diesel prices. October recorded a spike of 12.5 per cent compared to
Tata Power Renewable Energy plans to grow its rooftop solar business four-fold in the next three to four years. Its current portfolio i
The southern railway will be installing rooftop solar at Chennai Central and Basin Bridge yard. At central the capacity of the solar power plant
Solar energy tariffs in Uttar Pradesh continue to remain on the higher side- beyond INR 3. The state agency UPNEDA has just concluded the 500 MW
Coal India and NLC India (NLCIL), formerly Neyveli Lignite Corporation, will jointly set up 5000 MW of power generation capacity. Of this, 3000 M
In order to keep the solar tariffs under the limit of INR 3 per unit, GRIDCO may retender capacities with higher tariffs. The tender size was 200
Delhi government has launched two solar energy schemes: Mukhayamantri Kisan Aay Badhotri Solar Yojna & Mukhayamantri Solar Power Scheme. As
In yet another scheme called Mukhayamantri Solar Power Scheme, the state government of New Delhi is promoting rooftop solar power plants on coope
In order to promote the rooftop solar among residential consumers, KERC plans to revise the feed-in tariff of capacities between 1-10 kW. The sta
The Ministry of Power seeks to simplify the tariff category and rationalize the retail tariff. India has five major categories of tariff categor
MNRE plans to cap the solar energy tariffs at INR 2.50 and INR 2.68 with and without safeguard duty respectively. Sources in the industry have al
INR 2.44 has become a synonym of lowest solar power tariff in India. For the fourth time in any tender, the solar tariff has touched the lowest.
In a response to the alleged attempts of cartelising solar tariffs, SB energy has said that it has stuck to bidding norms set by the Indian gove