Renewable Purchase Obligation

India Mulls Harsh Penalties For Utilities That Miss Renewable Energy Targets

In the face of highly ambitious renewable energy procurement targets, Indian utilities may now face stricter penalties if they fail to meet those targets. The Minister of Power, Renewable Energy and Coal recently stated at a conference that the government may be forced to take strict action against utilities if they fail to achieve the

Indian State Of Andhra Pradesh Eyes 25% Renewable Energy Share By 2022

The state of Andhra Pradesh in India has proposed the most ambitious renewable energy target among all states. The Andhra Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission (APERC) has proposed to increase the share of renewable energy in its electricity mix to 25.25% by March 2022. The commission issued a draft regulation which, if approved, will require the

Indian State Of Tamil Nadu Gets Approval To Float 500 MW Solar Power Tender

One of India’s leading states in terms of installed solar power capacity, Tamil Nadu, will soon float a huge solar power tender with an intention to meet solar power purchase obligation. The Tamil Nadu Electricity Regulatory Commission (TNERC) recently granted approval to a proposal by the state’s power utility to float a 500 MW solar

Indian State Of Odisha Plans 500 MW Solar Power Tender

Odisha will soon join the long and rapidly expanding list of Indian states that have launched or are planning to launch solar power tenders. The Odisha Renewable Energy Development Agency (OREDA) will soon float tenders for  large-scale solar power projects. Two tenders of 450 MW and 50 MW will be offered for interested developers to

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