Greenko Energy is close to snapping up the Indian assets of the tottering renewables giant Sun Edison in a deal worth about $1 billion, people familiar with the matter said.
ReneSola Ltd. announced that the company currently has an installed base of more than 650 MW of solar PV modules in India.
The company celebrated its recent Green Masala Bonds listing by opening trading at the London Stock Exchange (LSE).
In a bid to promote its target of creating 40,000MW of rooftop solar power capacity, the Union new and renewable energy ministry is roping in religious and interfaith gurus to demonstrate the virtues of green energy and set an example by ensuring that their ashrams are solar powered.
Rooftop solar capacity additions in India are expected to reach 700 MW in 2016, soaring by 300% on the year.
It will be easier to switch over to solar power plant for consumers willing to do so.
German engineering and electronics major Bosch India will focus on setting up rooftop solar plants for its industrial clients, while remaining cautious towards utility scale projects.
The Tamil Nadu Electricity Regulatory Commission has asked a local utility to technically justify why it was restraining from the grid solar plants that are granted a “must-run” status under the existing regulations.
The state government's drive to encourage roof-top solar power installations has hit a roadblock in the absence of tariff fixation and net metering to evacuate the power into the grid.
So far, so good, is how the solar power industry is reacting to the low electricity tariff being offered by project developers.
The Indian subsidiary of IBC SOLAR AG, a global leader in photovoltaic (PV) systems and energy storage, announces the signing of another EPC (Engineering, procurement, construction) contract for a 22.5 MWp PV system in Rajasthan, India.
Hindustan Power projects Pvt. Ltd has initiated discussions with investors to sell around 300 megawatts (MW) of solar assets, three people aware of the development said.
JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. ("JinkoSolar" or the "Company"), a global leader in the PV industry, today announced that it was invited to attend the India-China CEO's Dialogue to deliver an opening speech during the "Opportunities in the Renewable Energy Sector". JinkoSolar will be discussing the truth about solar, now cheaper than coal, and solar is about to replace fossil fuel to become one of the primary energies.