Solar Power Curtailment Set to Grow In India Solar energy in India is rapidly increasing capacity with the 9000 MW milestone crossed. However, the overall power industry in India remains a mess with most state run distribution utilities still drowning in huge accumulated losses. Wind power in India has frequently faced power curtailment by utilities […]

Guest Post Renewable energies are becoming increasingly viable as investment opportunities, particularly for large scale investments. However, although renewables remain in vogue, this doesn’t necessarily mean that they’re solid investments. So, with this in mind, is solar the best investment choice for 2017? Reasons to Invest in Solar Now the price of renewables-generated electricity is […]

Shungfeng Posts Loss Shungfeng Clean Energy has become one of the world’s biggest solar companies through acquisitions across the solar value chain. The company which is the owner of the erstwhile solar cell and panel leader Suntech has also bought companies in USA and Germany. It has also invested billions of dollars in solar projects […]

China Resorts to Renewable Energy To Save Itself From Smog Recent reports from China indicate that the country has been inundated under a sea of smog that has covered large swathes of the northern part of the country in this winter. There have been horror stories about how a cruise ship could not dock in […]

China Continues to Overpower Global Renewable Energy Not only has China become a major force in the production of renewable energy equipment such as wind turbines and solar panels, but it is also using the huge financial strength of its banks and companies to become a powerhouse in the production of renewable energy throughout the world. […]

India’s Renewable Energy Target The Indian government has set an extremely stretch target of 175 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2022 up form around 40 GW now. This means a quadrupling of the installed cumulative green energy capacity in the country over the next 6 years. A lot of the analysts have been sceptical […]