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This is the second part, in a series of four articles, of briefly analysing the renewable energy initiatives announced or implemented by the Indian government over the last three years. In this part we shall look at the initiatives undertaken Read more…


On the heels of the successful allocation of 750 megawatts solar power capacity at record-low rates, the Indian Railways is now looking to replicate this model to ensure cheap and sustainable power supply. The Indian Railways has approached the government Read more…


One of India’s largest solar power parks and the cheapest so far has crossed yet another milestone in its journey towards commissioning and full operationalisation. One of the major off-takers of the electricity generated from the Rewa solar power park, Read more…


A total of 20 developers have placed bids with a cumulative capacity of 7,500 megawatts, translating into a 10 times over-subscription of the Rewa solar park tender in India.


India’s solar power bids are expected to fall to a new record low with the upcoming reverse auction of 750 megawatts solar power park.


Delhi Metro Rail Corporation chief Mangu Singh told reporters that the subway system shall fully shift to solar power to run trains and support infrastructure, like lighting at stations, from next year.

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