Despite a 30% cut in wind energy tariffs in India over a period of just 10 months, Siemens Gamesa India CEO expects the trend to reverse in the coming months.
A private firm, which evaluated the generation-based incentive scheme in India has proposed to incentivise utilities to purchase wind power.
India plans to add 12 GW solar power, 4 GW wind energy, 500 MW biomass-based power and 225 MW small hydro power capacity between April 2016 and March 2017.
Approval shall be subject to the turbine model meeting international specifications.
Officials of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy have stated that the first-ever wind energy auction in India will be competed by next month.
Project developers are apprehensive about India’s latest wind energy policy which calls for large-scale auction of projects. The uncertainty amongst wind energy project developers in India originates from the fact … [Read full article]
Buoyed by a good monsoon and availability of transmission network, the availability of wind energy in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu has got 1 GW of surplus wind … [Read full article]
India may soon launch its first-ever auction for wind energy projects as it plans to keep the investors interested even as some crucial financial incentives are set to expire by … [Read full article]
The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) in India has come out with most ambitious capacity addition target of 16,600 MW for renewables this fiscal year. According to MNRE, … [Read full article]
The Indian Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has issued draft guidelines for the installation of onshore wind energy turbines. The new regulations will make sweeping changes in the guidelines … [Read full article]
Wind energy companies are India faces tough times ahead as critical incentives for project developers are set to expire in one year. According to sector analysts, and some developers themselves, … [Read full article]
As India targets 60 GW installed wind energy capacity by 2022 the government is looking to push the industry towards more efficient and larger capacity wind turbines. The Ministry of … [Read full article]
India apparently has a TON more wind energy potential than previously thought, according to a new study by the U.S. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBL). Here’s more from sister … [Read full article]