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Tue, 21 Mar 2017 Tamil Nadu invites Expression of Interest(EOI) for setting up of a 500 MW Solar Park Tamil Nadu Energy Development Agency(TEDA) has invited EOI for setting up a 500 MW Solar Park in Tamil Nadu. It may be recalled that Solar Parks are going to play a very crucial role in India achieving its target of 100 GW of Solar Installed capacity by 2022. Following the successful auction(successful from Government perspective) of 750 MW in Rewa...read more →
Tue, 21 Mar 2017 MNRE?s Benchmark Cost for ?Grid Connected Rooftop and Small Solar Plants Programme? MNRE has released the benchmark cost for “Grid Connected Rooftop and Small Solar Plants Programme” for the year 2017-18. The revised costs are as follows. Upto 10 kWp – Rs. 70/Wp >10 kWp – 100 kWp – Rs. 65/Wp >100 kWp – 500 kWp – Rs. 60/Wp The details can be accessed here. _____________________________________________________________________________________________ Subscribe to RESolve Energy Consultants :...read more →
Fri, 03 Mar 2017 Renewable Energy Certificates ? Solar REC prices proposed to be dropped by more than 50% Forbearance price of Solar RECs is proposed to fall below that of Wind RECs in the revised tariff range for RECs with effect from April 1, 2017 as announced by the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission(CERC). Forbearance price of Solar RECs will be Rs.2500/MWh whereas the forbearance of non-Solar RECs will be Rs. 2900/MWh. ?The floor price of both Solar RECs and...read more →
Sat, 25 Feb 2017 Solar Parks Targets Doubled, Reverse Bidding in Wind,and more ? The Sunday RE Brunch 6(26/2/2017) While the entire Indian solar industry went industry went into a tizzy regarding the Rs. 3.29/kWh Rewa bid, it is not the lowest bid in the world. That record goes to a September 2016 auction in United Arab Emirates, which was 50% lower than the Rewa bid. The reasons are mentioned in this source. ?While the Rewa bid may not be...read more →
Sat, 25 Feb 2017 Wind Tariff below Rs. 4/kWh in SECI tender SECI conducted the reverse auction for Wind for the first time, and the tariffs dropped to Rs.3.46/kWh. This is lower than the lowest tariff(Rs. 4.16 in Tamil Nadu. Conditions apply ? ). The implications for the Indian wind industry is quite huge. The industry so far(for better part of the last 20 years) has been working on a Feed-in-Tariff model...read more →
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