China’s Trina Solar secures 100-MW contract with SunSource Energy
Chinese solar panel manufacturer, Trina Solar, on Thursday said it has secured its first 100-megawatt-plus (MW)
Indian electricity sector structural reforms get underway!
The draft Electricity Bill 2020 moves us with a toolbox of structural reforms, towards not only efficient but also a progressive electricity market.
The Ministry of Power (MOP) has proposed electricity restructuring reform by way of Electricity Amendment Bill 2020. Is this (let us call this the Amendment Bill, or simply Bill) the reform which was the talk of the town in the power industry? Does this Bill bring the long-awaited electrons-wire separation? The honest response would be, “no, we are not there yet.”
Renewable energy and upcoming structural reforms
In an an article few days back I said post the pandemic period, is likely to come out stronger’. At that point of time it was merely a projection based on our credentials, business understanding of the fundamentals of solar, and faith in the legal and regulatory framework of Indian electricity
sector. However, the Ministry of Power on Friday afternoon, by issuing the much awaited structural electricity framework reform, has truly
Renewable energy and upcoming structural reforms
What else can a RE developer wish for to be bullish to invest into Indian renewable energy - stronger market growth possibilities with long-term visibility, robust contractual framework, and resilient, timely, and self-sufficient legal framework.
In an article a few days back, I said 'Solar, post the pandemic period, is likely to come out stronger’. At that point in time, it was merely a projection based on our credentials, business understanding of the fundamentals of solar, and faith in the legal and regulatory framework of the Indian electricity
COVID-19 and Indian PV: Energy demand plunge could indirectly boost C&I solar
The 20% reduction in energy demand seen in India due to the COVID-19 lockdown could draw out favourable conditions for solar firms working in the commercial and industrial (C&I) sector, according to a prominent Indian developer.
Along with national energy demand plummeting, consumers are also more likely to default on payments at present, Adarsh Das, co-founder and CEO of Indian rooftop solar developer SunSource Energy, told PV Tech. This is expected to significantly hurt India’s distribution companies (Discoms), most of which are already in the red.
From Make in India products to giving style and comfort: top SMB stories of the week+C85
Keeping pace with the trending style besides giving comfort to the customers is the prime objective of entrepreneurs. This week, SMBStory has mapped the journey of businesses that are winning their customers’ hearts.
Anupam Bansal, Managing Director, Liberty Shoes
Started in a living room, this solar energy company now boasts of over a 300MW project portfolio
Based out of Noida, solar energy provider SunSource Energy's clients include Indian Oil, Jamia Millia Islamia University, ICAT, Celebi Cargo (Delhi Airport), GE, Yakult, Bajaj, Dominos, Standard Chartered, and UNICEF.
SunSource Energy Commissions 1.2MW Solar Power Project for Shivamrut
The project was inaugurated by Hon’ble Former Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Mr. Devendra Fadnavis
Noida, January 14th,2019: SunSource Energy, a leading provider of solar-based energy and storage solutions to commercial and industrial organizations, announced the commissioning of its 1.2 MW Solar Power Project for Shivamrut, a leading co-operative milk producer’s union in Maharashtra that provides self-employment to over 40,000 rural families in the state. The project was inaugurated by former Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Mr.
Pioneer In Green Energy: Kushagra Nandan, Co-Founder & President, SunSource Energy
This major solar energy venture has been spearheaded by a first-generation entrepreneur.
Green energy is among the most talked-about sustainable development goals (SDG) of the United Nations. It is also a goal in which India is leading from the front. BW Businessworld’s 40 under 40 categorisation thus picks a pioneer in the sector SunSource Energy, founded by Kushagra Nandan. The company touches many benchmarks in the sustainable energy space.
About a decade ago, the government, envisioned renewable energy as a cleaner, sustainable alternative to thermal power, and take several steps to strengthen this sector in a bid to meet the country’s energy needs. Driven by policy reforms, incentives and focused attention from the government, several domestic and international players as well as dynamic entrepreneurs ventured into this sector. These included independent power producers (IPPs), power utilities, diversified business houses, equipment manufacturers, and engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) companies.