Tag: Softbank


A large-scale solar power park in southern India is slowly reaching its planned capacity of 1 gigawatts as more and more developers commission their projects. The Kurnool solar power park owned by NTPC Limited, India’s largest power generating company, has Read more…


Trina Solar recently issued a press release boasting of the fact that its solar modules have started feeding electricity to the grid in India from a large-scale project of SB Energy, a joint venture company of Softbank, Foxconn Technology and Read more…


SoftBank led SB Energy has stated that India’s lowest solar power tariffs are financially viable given the sharp fall in module prices and ample supply of debt finance for energy projects. Manoj Kohli, executive chairman of SB Energy, recently stated Read more…


A joint venture between SoftBank, Foxconn Technologies and Bharti Enterprises has received a huge boost in its standing in the rapidly growing Indian solar power market. SB Cleantech secured 400 megawatts solar power capacity in two auctions that offered a Read more…


Participants in the Indian solar power market seem to have been embroiled in a mad race to the lowest possible tariff, the recent competitive auctions for large-scale projects has shown. Since February this year four major solar power auctions have Read more…


Two marathon competitive auctions for a cumulative solar power capacity of 750 megawatts yielded new all-time low solar tariff bids in India last week. Indian and foreign developers competed fiercely in two auctions for solar power capacity offered at the Read more…


A joint venture of Softbank, Foxconn Technologies and Bharti Enterprises has announced that it commissioned world’s seventh largest solar power project in India. SB Energy recently announced that it commissioned a 350 megawatts solar power project in the Indian state Read more…


A number of Indian and foreign project developers are looking to set up projects under the planned 1 GW solar power park in the Indian state of Odisha. According to media reports, interested developers include SoftBank-led SB Energy and Canada-based Read more…


Softbank, a Japanese telecommunications and internet company, recently formed a joint venture with U.S. fuel cell maker Bloom Energy to sell electricity from Bloom’s natural gas fuel cells in Japan. A theme of this Greentech Media article about the JV Read more…

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