Kaavya Chandrasekaran

  • Wind projects stall as NTPC fails to get tariff nod

    Wind projects stall as NTPC fails to get tariff nod

    Entities like NTPC, which conduct the auctions, are subsequently required to get sanctions from the states where the projects would be set up. In previous years, this was widely regarded as a formality with sanctions being automatically given. This time, however, NTPC was not able to secure tariff approval from state power regulatory commissions.

    Wind power producers sever ties with bankrupt Senvion

    Wind power producers sever ties with bankrupt Senvion

    India is said to be scaling down contracts with Hamburg-based turbine manufacturer Senvion after its solvency filed in German court of law. Alfanar Energy, which had signed a contract with Senvion for a 300 MW project in India, terminated the order and awarded it to Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy.

    NTPC tender receives tepid response from developers

    NTPC tender receives tepid response from developers

    NTPC’s last wind tender, which was conducted in August last year, also has problems. It was a 1,200MW tender where winning tariffs were in the range of Rs 2.77-2.83 per unit. The next bid submission date has not been announced yet, sources said.

    Andhra Pradesh regulator approves solar power tariffs

    Andhra Pradesh regulator approves solar power tariffs

    In a breather for successful bidders, Andhra Pradesh power regulator has approved solar power tariffs arrived at in the auction. State discoms had delayed adopting the tariffs until approved meanwhile others have started construction.

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