Despite, India facing challenges on the cost and supply chain front, IEA has forecasted that the country will entail a significant capacity growth in the current year. According to IEA, India’s new renewable energy capacity is expected to rise to 290 GW in 2021. This will be an all-time high for new installations for the country. India […]

Green energy has come a long way since its early days of high costs and low-efficiency, making even high-efficiency PV arrays affordable for residential use today. However, one of the biggest achievements in the last decade has been in our ability to harness wind energy with greater efficiency. What was once considered to be an […]

Renewable energy is an extremely fast-growing sector on the planet, with more sustainable power initiatives being funded than ever before. As the requirement for pure, green power grows, and sustainable techniques improve, so many more initiatives of increasing scale and complexity are being built, creating an increasing demand for competent green resource engineers. With that […]

India has a huge potential for renewable energy growth given its green credentials and rising demand for power in the country. However, the stocks focusing on wind or solar energy have not replicated the potential in the form of stock returns for investors. On the contrary, these stocks have been battered the entire time. Suzlon […]

On-Grid Solar Subsidy This article features the subsidy scheme for both on-grid and off-grid solar systems in India. For achieving a cumulative capacity of 40,000 MW from rooftop solar projects by 2022, MNRE has announced subsidies till December 31st, 2022. The Central Financial Assistance (CFA) to the residential sector is as follows: CFA @ 40% for […]

There is a lot of uncertainty in the world today regarding the dynamics of climatic change. Trying to find out the exact thing that would take place in the future of renewable energy seems to be impossible but a very interesting point of the task. You cannot see the future of renewable energy but you […]