Renewable Energy tenders in India – Suffering due to lack of Transmission India is blowing guns in all directions when it comes to renewable energy development. The ministry recently increased its overall renewable energy installation targets and is announcing large-sized tenders in order to meet the same. While solar has become the hot favorite of masses, […]

Amitabh Kant, the CEO of NITI Aayog (National Institution for Transforming India), which is a sustainable development policy think tank of the Government of India, recently put forward his perspective on India’s energy landscape over the coming decades, which is nothing short of impressive. He touched upon various important topics as the advancement of solar, wind, […]

40 GW Renewable Energy Projects pa in India India has planned to announce 40 GW of renewable energy projects for each year continuing over the next decade. The 40 GW power projects will comprise 30 GW in solar energy and 10 GW in wind till 2028. The country recently enhanced its renewable energy target, and now further […]

Benefits of Gujarat’s Wind-Solar Hybrid Power Policy-2018 The state of Gujarat does not stop exciting the country when it comes to renewable energy policies. Its new hybrid solar-wind energy policy is a perfect example of the same. The hybrid energy policy entitles the developer to use the same piece of land to generate energy from either solar or […]

India to Save Water By Going Solar! India has once again shown tremendous confidence in the clean energy by enhancing its 2022 renewable energy target. The country now seeks to achieve 227 GW worth of RE installations by 2022. This humongous target will not only improve India’s green credentials and reduce pollution but will also help conserve […]

India’s Renewable energy Capacity Enhancement Starting out with a target of just 20 GW by 2022, the country has now confidently made another massive target enhancement to install 227 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2022. This shows how far India has come in adopting the cleaner and greener sources of power. The country is using […]