Category: News Updates

Waaree Energies Forays Into Floating Solar PV Market

NEW DELHI: Solar panel manufacturer Waaree Energies today announced a strategic partnership with 4CSolar, making its entry into floating solar PV market. “Waaree Energies…Announces a strategic partnership with 4CSolar-a proven technology solutions provider based...

Renewables already cheaper than fossil fuels

The Carbon Tracker Initiative (CTI) also concluded that the commitments made in Paris last year will turn the tide further in favour of clean energy. As such, investors who base their decisions on coal...

Adani set to overtake Tata in solar power

Armed with 648 MW of solar power plants in Tamil Nadu and many upcoming projects in other states, Adani group is all set to replace Tatas as the top solar power generation firm in...

NTPC cannot build coal plant in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka took this decision days after deciding to opt for renewable energy sources over coal Sri Lanka has dropped the plan of building a power plant in Trincomalee which was proposed by National...

Tata completes Welspun buy

Tata Power has completed the acquisition of Welspun Renewables Energy and has appointed a new chief executive for the Indian developer. Tata said its former chief human resources officer Chetan Tolia will lead Welspun...

“We are not against competitive bidding”

The wind energy industry in India is facing major headwinds. Manufacturing costs for turbine producers have gone up amid phasing out of incentives and talks of introduction of reverse auction regime for award of...

Food waste may store solar, wind energy

London: Sugar alcohols – an abundant waste product of the food industry – mixed with carbon nanotubes could be used to store excess solar and wind energy for times when the Sun is down...

Central nod for construction of more hydro power plants

Necessary permissions related to construction of a planned pumped storage hydro power plant have been received from the Centre, power and renewable energy minister Sovandeb Chattopadhyay said on Thursday. At a programme organised by...