CESL inks pact to provide 25,000 electric 2-wheelers to Andhra govt employees Under the agreement, CESL and NREDCAP will work to aggregate demand, deploy electric vehicles, and build charging infrastructure.
Saudi firm Alfanar acquires wind turbine maker Senvion India "Alfanar has today announced its entry into Indian energy sector through 100 per cent acquisition of wind turbine OEM (original equipment manufacturers) Senvion India from Senvion GmbH," a Senvion statement said.
Electrification of 19 Siachen villages to help Ladakh achieve carbon-neutrality target: Officials The Union Ministry of New and Renewable Energy funded the Chamshen project under the Ladakh Renewable Energy Initiative (LREI) scheme, the officials said.
Chamoli disaster due to ‘rock and ice avalanche’ that transformed into massive ‘debris flow’: Study While the study stops short of linking the disaster directly to climate change, it says that the increasing frequency of high-mountain slope instabilities can likely be related to ‘observed atmospheric warming and corresponding long-term changes in cryospheric conditions (glaciers, permafrost).
IREDA invites bids for setting up solar manufacturing units under PLI scheme The MNRE has appointed IREDA as the implementing agency for the scheme. The Union Cabinet had approved Rs 4,500 crore scheme to boost domestic manufacturing of solar Photo Voltaic (PV) modules.
Market-based model in the works for renewable energy As per the proposal, selected developers in an auction will start selling renewable energy on day-ahead markets of power exchange to recover market price. The differential will be settled on a monthly basis by the agency which calls the bids.
Solar companies seek Centre's intervention in UP solar bid cancelation Uttar Pradesh has become the latest state to cancel winning bids for 184-Mw discovered through auctions in February last year. The solar companies said bid cancellation and re-negotiation attempts by states affects Indias image among foreign investors.
Govt sanctions 19,000 solar street lights for Jammu and Kashmir The project is being implemented by JAKEDA, under the command of its Chief Executive Officer Babila Rakwal, to ensure that the solar street lights are installed expeditiously at public places in consultation with the district administration of J&K, they said.
Policy and regulatory framework for DISCOMs in the offing: PM Modi Asserting that reforms in the regulatory and process framework have significantly 'improved' the outlook towards the power sector, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said the Centre is working to remove problems in the distribution sector and a policy and regulatory framework for DISCOMs is in the offing.