Draft sheds light on PPA parameters, payment security and penalties for missing CUF remits.
Government solar agency SECI launches 1.2GW tender pairing PV and wind with batteries and other technologies able to dispatch power at least six hours a day.
Government solar agency issues tender seeking PV developers for 1.5GW solar pipeline across the country as part of second round of CSPU scheme.
Ministry of New and Renewable Energy to set up a committee to help resolve disputes between solar or wind developers and the two major state-run off-takers.
Asia Clean Capital's 2MW project marks commercial launch, Myanmar's 'tremendous' solar resources, distributed solar to win in Japan's auction future.
JAKS MoU to buy 49.5MW Vietnam solar project, ReneSola provides 5.4MW of mono PERC modules to Helexia in Belgium, SECI delays PV manufacturing-linked tender again, Renewables to help Iran water scarcity.
The plant at Bhadla Solar Park brings Azure's tally to 1.6GW of operational solar assets.
SECI had already issued an EPC tender for 150MW of solar at Singareni Collieries last year.
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.
SECI follows through with its tender promise earlier this month as the public sector solar scheme starts to ramp up.
India continues with 1.2GW of PV in Madhya Pradesh, 275MW in Uttar Pradesh, and a significant solar-plus-storage tender in Andhra Pradesh, while the prime minister approves the 'National Mission on Transformative Mobility and Battery Storage'.
The government will watch early tenders with a view to possibly including ingots, wafers and polysilicon to the domestic content mandate.
Continuing a gargantuan tender spree, SECI is looking to procure solar and storage in desert and mountainous states as well as the far south.
India's solar tender spree continues with more alternative versions of the technology.
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.