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SunEdison Inks Solar PPA with Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited, to Deliver 180 Megawatts

SunEdison, Inc. , today announced that it has signed a long-term power purchase agreement with Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited (TPDDL) to provide 180 megawatts (MW) AC of utility-scale solar power for the people of New Delhi. TPDDL is the largest electricity distribution utility in Delhi, and provides power to over 6 million people in India’s capital city. This is the largest agreement that SunEdison has signed under the open access solar framework, which allows renewable energy providers to sell ... Read More »

Mytrah Energy’s Ravi Kailas wins renewable energy award

According to reports, Ravi Kailas, Chairman and CEO, Mytrah Energy, was named the ‘Wind Power Person of the year 2015’ at the 3rd World Renewable Energy Conference in New Delhi today. The award was conferred on him by the Renewable Energy Expert Committee headed by Dr Praveen Saxena, Former Advisor, Ministry of New & Renewable Energy. Ravi Kailas in a statement said, “Today’s accolade is a reflection of Mytrah’s position as one of the pioneers in the Indian renewable IPP ... Read More »

World Bank terms its first carbon auction a ‘success’

According to reports, if you say ‘ignorance is bliss’ to S Chandrasekhar, he will nod in agreement. The Managing Director of Bhoruka Power Corporation, one of India’s leading renewable energy companies, says he looks back at his lack of knowledge of the nuances of the carbon market with satisfaction, because it was the ‘fear of unknown’ that caused him to strike a long-term deal with a buyer of carbon credits for a price of Euro 13 in 2006-07. At that ... Read More »

175 GW green energy target “not very high”: B K Chaturvedi

According to reports, the target of achieving 1,75,000 MW renewable energy by 2022 may be “ambitious” but it is “not a very high target”, a former Planning Commission official has said today. “175 GW is not a very high target… It may be ambitious,” B K Chaturvedi, Former Member (Energy), Planning Commission said at Renewable Energy convention here. He said that there are certain challenges in case “we have to move towards this target”, adding that the health of the ... Read More »

Suzlon, Gamesa, woo customers with latest products

According to reports, wind turbine manufacturer, Suzlon, is in the “last patch of paper work” before launching its latest turbine — the S-111. Its competitor, Gamesa, has just begun selling its own latest wind turbine — the G-114 — and says it will begin serial production later this year. “The supply chain is being established,” it says. Both companies have said their products would give 20 per cent higher generation over their earlier generation products, at the same wind sites. ... Read More »

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