Punjab achieves its 300 MW of Reverse Auction plan for Solar India’s northern state of Punjab which accounts for a large part of the agricultural production in the country has successfully completed a 300 MW¬†reverse auction process for solar energy in the state. The usual suspects like Lanco Solar, Azure Power, Essel Infra, Welspun and [...]

Indian states come around to promoting Solar Rooftop Installations after being fixated on ground mount plants Indian states have finally come around to supporting rooftop solar home plants, instead of just megawatt solar ground farms. Though the support is quite small the beginning is quite auspicious. Note the Indian federal and state governments have this [...]

The Solar Policy unveiled by Tamil Nadu has generated a huge amount of investor enthusiasm with a target of generating almost 3 GW of solar power in the next 3 years. The government has already come out with a TN solar tender for 1 GW and many investors are planning big solar panel parks in [...]

The Indian state of Tamil Nadu recently released a solar energy policy which aims to rapidly add solar energy capacity in the state by making it mandatory for industrial and other users to buy up to 6% of their energy requirements from solar energy by 2016. This solar power obligation (SPO) has led to a [...]

In Greenworldinvestor we have already covered the India’s Federal Solar Subsidy Policy JNNSM from its inception 2 years ago. Now as the Government embarks on the second part of the three part policy we give you a heads up of the important parts of the draft of JNNSM Part 2. Introduction to JNNSM The mission [...]

The US state of Georgia is seeing an interesting battle between the dominant utility and a new upstart Georgia Solar Utilities Inc that is proposing to set up an astounding 2 GW of solar power in the state. Note Georgia does not have a Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) that mandates the utilities in the state [...]