Tesla – SolarCity deal Tesla is all set to acquire SolarCity, which could make it the largest clean energy company. Tesla is known for its many energy efficient innovations like electric vehicles, Powerwall etc. SolarCity has already been using Tesla batteries as a part of its solar projects. Tesla’s acquisition of SolarCity will further add […]

No new Power Plants required in India It really feels weird to learn that India will be a power surplus country in the years to come. India will not require power plants any more for the next three years to come, when we are so accustomed to hear that India suffers from huge power blackouts […]

Jostein Kristensen on impact of Brexit on UK Energy Supply The looming EU referendum has caused sweeping uncertainty across the UK, and one sector facing significant disruption from a ‘yes’ vote in June is the energy market. Today the policy of the UK government is to subsidise imported electricity through capacity mechanism. In light of […]

Ease of doing solar business in India India stood 142nd in the Ease of Doing Business ranking in 2015, compiled by the World Bank. The country is currently blowing horns on all fronts about its ambitious solar plans. Indeed the country is doing really well to achieve its targets, with 2GW already installed in 2015. […]

New Chinese Development Bank for Solar The new Chinese development bank which has been set up as a competitor to Western dominated IMF and World Bank, plans to focus on lending to the solar sector in India as a first step, beside others green sectors such as the water sector. The BRICS bank is a […]

The Indian industry has seen solar power emerge as the fastest growing sunrise sector, with the government pushing through billions of dollars in tender this year. Every major Indian business group is getting involved in developing solar projects, with scores of foreign investors getting into the game as well. This has led to a huge […]