OCL India has inaugurated a 5.5MW solar power plant for use by its cement grinding plant in Salboni, Bengal. The 1.35Mt/yr grinding plant was set up in 2014 with an
In a bid to push Make in India, the government will soon announce a policy to boost end-to-end manufacturing of solar equipments like polysilicon, wafers, cells and panels.
The Indian arm of US-based First Solar hopes to retain 15-20% share in the country's high-efficiency, thin-film solar modules market.
Solar power projects for which MOUs had been signed with Tangedco but could not be commissioned by Thursday will be paid only Rs 5.10 instead of Rs 7.01 per unit as per
Krishna district tops in installing solar pumpsets in the State. More than 800 farmers in upland areas of the district installed solar pumpsets supplied under subsidy and another
India hopes to receive one of the first loans issued by the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) later this year, as it looks to raise $500m for solar power
UP New and Renewable Energy Development Agency (UPNEDA) is all set to install rooftop grid-interactive solar power plant at government and private buildings.
The Nagpur Metro Rail project, currently under construction in the city of Nagpur in Maharashtra state, aims to get around two-thirds of its power requirement from solar
Essel Infrastructure's Solar IPP platform has received investment offers worth Rs900 crore ($132 million) from Piramal Enterprises Limited's Structured Investment Group and
Asian Development Bank and the US Agency for International Development will assist India in developing the clean energy infrastructure by collaborating on design and
In line with Henkel’s global Sustainability Strategy for 2030, the German adhesives maker’s Indian arm, Henkel Adhesive Technologies India Private Limited, has embarked upon
The Uttar Pradesh New and Renewable Energy Development Agency (UPNEDA) is encouraging people and businesses in the city to install electricity-generating solar panels put
Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) has slashed benchmark cost for solar PV projects for 2016-17 by 75 lakh per MW on likely fall in module prices. The CERC's benchmark cost for solar projects for 2015-16 is Rs 6.05 per MW, which will come down to Rs 5.30 crore per MW from April 1.