ReNew Power, India’s largest renewable energy independent power producer, has signed off on joint venture partnership with South Korea’s GS E&C to help develop a 300MW PV project in Rajasthan, India.
Analyst welcomes land solution of renewables capacities in border states but questions transmission, security and scale.
Azure Power and Mahindra Susten were the reverse auctions' big winners, winning 370MW and 450MW respectively across both tenders.
Rajasthan's renewable energy agency is seeking developers to build, own and operate 0.5-2MW solar projects that would be installed near, and interconnected with, state-owned substations.
Joint venture EDEN Renewables India signs supply deals with SECI and Uttar Pradesh Discom.
After record low tariff project gets safeguard duty relief, ACME Solar president tells PV Tech that compensation payment timelines are clear and other state commissions will likely follow centre's lead, while analyst warns of PPA differences.
The plant at Bhadla Solar Park brings Azure's tally to 1.6GW of operational solar assets.
Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) has issued a Request for Selection (RfS) for 750MW of grid-connected solar PV projects in the state of Rajasthan.
Continuing a gargantuan tender spree, SECI is looking to procure solar and storage in desert and mountainous states as well as the far south.
A 750MW solar PV auction for capacity in the Indian state of Rajasthan has drawn lowest bids that were four rupees per unit higher than India's record low.
Indian state-run utility NTPC has issued a tender for 20MW of floating solar PV at its gas power station in Anta in the state of Rajasthan.
Indian independent solar power producer Azure Power has secured finance for a 200MW PV project it won in a January auction.
Acme commissions 200MW in Rajasthan, BlueWave Solar sells 24MW community solar portfolio to Goldman Sachs, TIU Canada starts building 13.5MW solar project in Ukraine using LONGi modules.
The Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) has issued a tender for the development of 750MW of grid-connected solar projects in Rajasthan.
Indian solar tariffs have matched their lowest ever in the most recent 2GW and 3GW auctions for Interstate Transmission System (ISTS)-connected projects. Payal Saxena and Ali Imran Naqvi of advisory and engineering firm Gensol Group, decipher how such low prices are possible.