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  • Making power consumer a king

    31-03-2021 22:56:00

    The Indian power consumer, in addition to being given the choice of buying green electricity only, might also get to choose the supplier soon.

  • Betting on green

    02-03-2021 23:10:00

    There has been a recent spurt of investor interest in India's renewables space, with the outlook for the sector, as well as for electricity demand growth, remaining strong

  • Offshore wind, jobs, hydrogen

    04-02-2021 22:26:00

    BNEF is forecasting a surge in offshore wind installations this decade

  • A good climate year

    05-01-2021 22:13:00

    From record low tariff for solar power in India to Joe Biden making climate change his core agenda, 2021 will mark events that will prove to be a good year for the climate

  • The 'stunner' from India

    01-12-2020 21:48:00

    India's rooftop solar installations are a little over 10% of the 40-Gw target set for 2022

  • India doing well on climate change; on path to meet Paris Agreement targets

    04-11-2020 00:17:00

    In recent weeks, three countries in Asia have announced their intention to move towards a "net-zero" emissions target: South Korea (2050), Japan (2050) and China (2060)

  • Corporate green power clicks in Asia

    01-10-2020 00:57:00

    Activity now seems to be picking up pace in the Asia-Pacific region, which accounted for 18 per cent of the corporate power purchase agreements totaling 11.2 gigawatts (Gw) signed so far this year

  • Solar on every farm: Will this help state utilities bridge the revenue gap?

    03-09-2020 00:30:00

    Most farmers in India get subsidised power, which is priced at a fraction of the cost of supply

  • The race to zero

    06-08-2020 01:34:00

    Investment in new renewable energy capacity remained resilient in the first half of the year

  • Why solar at Rs 2.36 is a big deal

    07-07-2020 22:52:00

    A lower cost of solar power means cheaper electricity in the long run as it replaces more costly generation. That is the next step the government is working on

  • Taking on China in solar manufacturing

    09-06-2020 21:26:00

    Made-in-India solar panels might not be the most competitive, but what might work in the country's favour is the strategic shift in the priorities of companies post Covid

  • The mood is positive

    12-05-2020 22:41:00

    Clean energy shows resistance to virus disruption

  • Bumps ahead

    14-04-2020 22:53:00

    The inherent weaknesses of India's power sector are getting exacerbated in this scenario

  • The renewables and e-cars link

    03-03-2020 21:35:00

    Renewables means savings on power and that means an even stronger case for electric mobility

  • A splash of sunshine and a hint on thermal

    04-02-2020 21:50:00

    Mention of clean air in the Budget indicates that some sort of priority is accorded to it