Yet another solar power tender in India has received a surprisingly muted response, fueling worries that developers are looking for assurances and action from the government
The Solar Energy Corporation of India has yet again tried its hands at renewable energy storage tender. This time the agency has issued a tender with a special clause that may result in lower tariff bids and attractive buying rates for buyers
An industry body in India representing solar power developers made a significant proposal regarding the tariff thresholds for national-level solar power auctions. National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI) proposed that all national-level solar power auctions in the country have a maximum tariff bid threshold. The industrial body has proposed a maximum threshold of Rs [&hellip
In yet another attempt to boost the mix of renewable energy in its energy mix, the Indian Railways has issued its first tender to implement solar-wind hybrid projects
Following an overwhelming response from project developers to a 750 megawatt solar PV tender in the northwestern Indian state of Rajasthan, the financial tariff bids have been very promising for the Indian solar power sector that continues to face serious challenges
The International Solar Alliance has asked companies in member countries to submit proposals to offer solar power project management solutions. The global body issued this invitation after it received a proposal for the same from India’s largest power generation company.
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In another attempt by the Indian government to help domestic solar cell and module manufacturers, a fresh tender with a domestic content requirement has been issued
The Indian state of Rajasthan continues to attract solar power developers from across the country with continued high subscription rates against the capacity offered in tenders
Finally, a ray of hope for the Indian renewable energy market with massive oversubscription in the latest and fourth national-level solar power tender issued by the Solar Energy Corporation of India. The massive oversubscription reported for this tender comes after capacity offered in a slew of state and central-level tenders remained unsubscribed by project developers
Lack of adequate and low-priced bids for large-scale solar and wind energy tenders has led the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu to decide not to issue any more tenders. This is a significant decision by one of the largest states in India by installed renewable energy capacity.