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  • MNRE asks states to allow free movement of material and engineers

    MNRE asks states to allow free movement of material and engineers

    "Power generation (including renewable power generation) is an essential service for securing smooth and uninterrupted power flow across and within states ," the ministry said in a notification addressed to concerned authorities of all states. There is a need to ensure uninterrupted power supply in the current scenario of Covid-19 outbreak and nationwide lockdown, it said.

    MNRE asks states to allow free movement of material and engineers

    MNRE asks states to allow free movement of material and engineers

    Power generation (including renewable power generation) is an essential service for securing smooth and uninterrupted power flow across and within states. There is a need to ensure uninterrupted power supply in the current scenario of Covid-19 outbreak and nationwide lockdown.

    Solar tariffs increase in Gujarat auction

    Solar tariffs increase in Gujarat auction

    Vena Energy, Juniper Energy and Tata Power won 40MW, 190MW and 120MW at tariffs of Rs 2.61, Rs 2.63 and Rs 2.64 per unit, respectively in an auction conducted by Gujarat's main distribution company, Gujarat Urja Vikas Limited (GUVNL) on Wednesday for 350MW of solar capacity.

    Tariff adoption is new hurdle for green energy cos in India

    Tariff adoption is new hurdle for green energy cos in India

    Indian green power firms can no longer take for granted that the tariffs at which they won projects in auctions will actually be adopted, Ranjit Gupta CEO of solar developer Azure Power told ET, citing it as a challenge for the sector.

    Tepid response to Gujarat solar tender

    Tepid response to Gujarat solar tender

    A 500 MW solar tender issued by Gujarat has received a lukewarm response because most solar energy generators found the ceiling tariff to be too low, industry insiders said.

    Rooftop solar growth too slow to meet 2022 target

    Rooftop solar growth too slow to meet 2022 target

    Government's ambitious 40 gigawatt rooftop solar power generation project might not be fulfilled by 2022 because, according to industry experts, electricity distribution companies in several states have been reluctant to support installation and integration of rooftop solar energy because of potential revenue loss for each unit of power generated.

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