Major wind energy companies in India such as Suzlon, Gamesa, Inox were having a good time over the last few years even as most large electricity companies were in doldrums. The feed in tariff policy in wind energy gave them assured returns and allowed them to make high margins with the price paid by consumers. […]

Reverse Auction in Indian Wind Industry The Indian wind energy sector has been a cosy sheltered place for all its major stakeholders as the government provides a fixed prices for the wind power it buys without subjecting it to competition. The price called feed in tariffs varies for different states but it is high enough […]

India is Wasting Money On Expensive European Technology India has made a new offshore wind energy policy which aims at having a working offshore wind farm in the next 5 years. The country has also appointed European consultants for wind resource assessment and developing a plan for offshore wind potential. In my view, offshore wind […]

Now Indian Wind Market To Welcome International Companies The Indian wind turbine manufacturers have had an easy time in India unlike their solar manufacturing friends. Companies like Suzlon and Inox have happily got themselves to be a part of a licensing committee which approves every wind turbine that can be used in the Indian wind […]

India Wind Player- Suzlon Suzlon has made some very impressive gains in Indian wind energy marketshare, becoming the second largest WTG seller. The company has also been helped by the fact that the Indian market showed high growth last year and is expected to show a record breaking year in FY 17 also. The company […]

Solar>Wind in India While solar energy hogs all the headlines in India, it is to be remembered that India has the world’s 4th largest capacity of wind energy with more than 27 GW of wind energy installed. India manages to install around 2.5-3.5 GW of wind energy every year, but for the first time solar […]