Five large solar farms in Australia that have operated under grid constraints since September 2019 have had those restrictions lifted, following the rollout of new inverter settings.
Indian developer receives Force Majeure notices from under pressure Discoms over solar payments but SECI steps in to block claims.
Power demand plunge under India's lockdown raises PV curtailment threats while under-construction projects face ominous delays, ACME exec tells PV Tech.
Prices dropped to a three-year low as combined solar and wind output rose to 14% share of the supply mix on Australia's largest power grid.
Industry members tell PV Tech of rising costs, a FIT reduction fall out, cutting power and utilities 'aggressively' entering the market.
MNRE secretary commits to managing curtailment of renewables, while analyst says problem 'too important to ignore'.
Draft sheds light on PPA parameters, payment security and penalties for missing CUF remits.
China’s State Grid Corporation will build 6GW of pumped hydro storage as part of ongoing efforts to cut rates of wind and solar power curtailment.
The first ever wind and solar hybrid project in India, completed in April 2018, is to be retrofitted with energy storage after strong winds this year led to a curtailment of solar production.
China’s National Energy Administration (NEA) has called on local governments to ease burdens on the renewable energy sector with a range of measures including the “strict implementation”of a guarantee for signing power purchase agreements (PPAs).
The governments of India and Germany will collaborate on enhancing the Indian grid’s ability to absorb renewable power.
Consultancy firm Bridge to India explains how the proposed changes are a major improvement on the current framework.
India’s famously weak grids should be able to integrate the planned addition of 175GW of renewable energy by 2022, according to a report released by the central government.
Although Tamil Nadu’s latest 1.5GW solar tender has seen significant oversubscription with 3,774.5MW of submissions, most of the key solar players in India have not participated.
Consultancy firm Bridge to India explains how southern India represents a test case for grid integration of variable renewable energy, accounting for 45% of the country’s total wind and solar power capacity.