Daily Archives: April 19, 2017


India’s NALCO inaugurates 100.8 MW of Suzlon-powered wind farms

India’s National Aluminium Co Ltd (BOM:532234), or NALCO, has dedicated 100.8 MW of wind farms built by Suzlon Energy (BOM:532667), the Indian wind power group said on Monday. The state-owned aluminum products manufacturer held the … More →


Gamesa India commissions more than 2 GW wind capacity in a year

CHENNAI, APRIL 18: Gamesa India has commissioned 2,050 MW of wind power capacity in India during 2016–17. The Indian arm of the Spanish wind turbine maker is the first ever wind company in the country … More →


Saudi Arabia starts solar RfP stage, plans 1 GW more renewables

April 18 (Renewables Now) – Saudi Arabia’s energy minister on Monday started the request for proposal (RFP) stage concerning the development of a 300-MW solar project in Sakaka, and unveiled plans for a 1,020-MW Round … More →


India’s SECI reduces gov rooftop solar tender to 500 MW

April 18 (Renewables Now) – Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) has reduced to 500 MW from 1,000 MW the capacity sought under its previously-launched tender for rooftop solar power systems on government buildings. SECI … More →


ReNew Power commissions 143MW solar farm in Telangana, India

Indian company ReNew Power Ventures has commissioned its 143MW solar farm at Dichpally in the Nizamabad district of Telangana state. The Government of Telangana’s Energy and Science (SC) Development Minister G Jagadish Reddy said: “The … More →


Indian Solar Companies Rule Global Funding Scenario In Q1 2017

Indian solar sector reported over $1.6 Billion in funding and M&A Transactions in Q1 2017, in announced corporate, project funding and M&A deals, according to the report released by Mercom Capital Group Indian solar sector … More →


India has achieved 12,200 MW of solar capacity, says Goyal

Stating that India has already achieved 12,200 MW of solar capacity so far, Union power minister Piyush Goyal today reiterated that the country is well poised to reach its target of 100 GW capacity by … More →