Indian Renewable Energy Sector and COVID-19: An Overview and Road Ahead

The government’s response in COVID-19 situation to address the issues related to supply chain disruptions, RE curtailment, and cash-flow crunches has been timely. However, the current situation should also be viewed as an opportunity for course correction to bring about structural changes involving financing, manufacturing, and contract enforcement in the RE sector. Going forward, this will pave the way for a smoother and more effective energy transition

Gandhar Ukidve, Research Analyst, Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW)

The Lessons of COVID-19 for the Indian Power Sector

To bring the power sector back on track, utility leaders need to consider the long-term impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and introduce measures that increase resilience in power systems. These should, in turn, optimize performance, improve employee safety, increase customer satisfaction and maximize revenue and profit

Harsha Anand, Chief Evangelist, Enzen Group

The Impact of COVID-19 on Indian Solar Industry

Projects which are to be commissioned by June will be particularly affected. Rating agency CRISIL has estimated that about 3-GW solar projects worth Rs 16,000 crore will bear the brunt of coronavirus. Since most of these projects are connected with the interstate transmission system, any inordinate delay in their commissioning may invite transmission/point of connection charges from the Power Grid Corporation of India under Long Term Open Access rules

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Mapping the Road to Recovery for the Industrial and Energy Markets Amid COVID-19

The viral spread has driven key shifts: Factories have shut down, corporations are stepping up to help build ventilators, generative manufacturing is helping in innovative ways (printing ventilator valves), technology is helping with remote work, telehealth is poised to emerge as a preferred medium for non-COVID health issue resolution and many more shifts are on the horizon

Muthuraman Ramasamy, Industry Director, Industrial Practice, Frost & Sullivan

Taiwan PV Industry Pursues Transition with the Development of Clean Power Generation Market

On April 12, 2019, the revised Renewable Energy Development Act approved by Taiwan authorities set the goal of over 20GW renewables by 2025. It aims to increase the proportion of renewable energy by 20% from the present 5% by including the policy to free Taiwan from nuclear energy by 2025

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Interview: Mr. Samir Ashta, Director- Finance and Chief Financial Officer, CLP India

“With the introduction of new pooled financing, financial covenants and defaults will no longer be measured at the individual project level”

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Tarun Munjal, Managing Director– meeco India to gain insights into meeco Group’s focus and progress in India.

“Despite the problems, the demand for power in India, bottoming of PV prices and failure of power plant capacity addition based on gas and imported coal have contributed to the expansion of the Indian solar market into the Gigawatt plus scale”

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Intersolar India

Intersolar India – A Platform of exchange for knowledge, business and recognition

Manshi Pawar, Energetica India

A question of timely delivery and quality

Twelve weeks is not too much time at all to hand over a 5 MW captive solar power plant in India. However, neither the tight deadline nor the challenging rocky area location could prevent the referred to as the “Solar Pioneers”, AIC Solar Projects, from creating another masterpiece of a plant as a project planner. Due to the close cooperation between AIC Solar Projects, and the global provider of photovoltaic (PV) solar solutions Hanwha SolarOne, together with the rest of the suppliers.

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Securing the Supply Chain for Solar in India; a FICCI Report

The summary analyses key elements of India’s Solar Supply Chain

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“Energy Efficient Solar / Green Buildings” scheme to push India’s New & Upcoming Solar Market of Green Buildings

The article highlights the encouragement being provided by MNRE to support growth of
green buildings and energy efficient technologies.

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Renewable Purchase Obligation (RPO) Analysis

The article showcases the RPO targets of Indian States and also analyses the RPO
regulation for captive users in different states.

Manshi Pawar, Energetica India

Solar Radiation Measurements: Why Accuracy Matters

Dr. Jaya Singh discusses the importance if solar radiation measurements in India’s growing
solar market and also brings forward a case study from India.

Dr. Jaya Singh, Director, BKC Weathersys Pvt. Ltd.

Two-shaft Turbine Feed Pumps For Nuclear Power Station and Thermal Power Station

It is still remembered pictures of the disaster at Fukushima-1Nuclear Power Plant, when because of the earthquake and then tsunami on the station, electricity was aborted and the regular cooling systems are stopped on all three working electrical power units. In this situation it was necessary to resort to the cooling of the fuel slug with sea water, but the water level is falling at its uninterrupted supply to the cooling system. Water cooling is not produced proper results due to destruction o

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