Q2 Rooftop Solar Growth India India added 521 MW of rooftop solar in the second quarter of 2021, recording a more than 50% growth QoQ. The country could manage to install 341 MW in Q1 2021, according to a recent report. India added only 85 MW in Q2 2020, marking a 500%+ growth YoY. This accounted for the largest capacity additions in […]

India’s key coal stakeholders are increasingly facing pressure due to energy transition and climate change push. Coal accounts for 44% of India’s primary energy supply as well as 70% of the overall power supply. Reducing or changing this will be difficult as India has massive reserves of cheap coal which makes change or transition difficult. […]

Solar has become cheaper than coal in India. As storage cost becomes more reasonable, solar could replace coal to a large extent, to power the nation. Coupled with government support and policies in the form of ‘PLI Scheme’ and ‘Make In India’, and an ambitious target to scale up solar installations in India, solar is slowly becoming the […]

Major coal-based Indian government sector undertakings like Coal India and NTPC have a bleak future with coal becoming the new villain for humankind. The sentiment against coal has seen governments across the world making aggressive plans to completely exit their coal investments. While the developed countries can afford the transition from coal to renewables, India […]

India, China, Europe, US – All Want a Share in the Hydrogen Pie Trends in green and clean energy are fast evolving with each passing year. Some years ago we were hearing about wind and solar energy making on top of the energy charts, but today it is the Green Hydrogen hype. Green hydrogen is produced using clean energy sources. […]

China recently announced that it will become net carbon zero by 2060 after reaching peak carbon emission by 2030. The country’s announcement has come in the backdrop of renewed climate change commitments from governments around the world many of which have announced that they will become net carbon zero by 2050 or earlier. Even large […]