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Is it wise for India to lead the Energy Transition agenda?

New Delhi: COP26 in Glasgow saw India’s Hon’ble Prime Minister make a bold announcement that India will become Net Zero by 2070. Ranked as the third highest emitter of GHGs, transitioning to becoming a green economy is going to be a tall ask, but as we have been witnessing, the country and its citizens are up for the challenge.

Why 2023 could be India's year to build a strong foundation for Energy Security

In summary, in 2023 with continued government support and underlying long-term market drivers, we can expect higher levels of technology development, deeper engagement between renewable energy consumers and generators, and higher levels of investment in the country.

The C&I market for renewables will explode over the next decade

Decarbonisation efforts have taken centre stage in India since our Hon’ble Prime Minister announced India’s Net Zero goals by 2070. India’s leadership of the International Solar Alliance has also brought considerable focus on solar energy.

The Bridge to 280 GW Of Solar. Corporate India Steps Up

The rising module prices will likely demand that solar developers have enough capital. The tariffs will need to increase. It is essential that while bidding, more practical & realistic cost.

This once, the UN secretary-general’s wishes may come true!

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres recently came out with a prescription of sorts, to mitigate climate change by accelerating the ongoing critical energy transition.

Our planet requires comprehensive and urgent action!

The IPCC report, to summarize, is a code-red for humanity to take cognizance of the alarming human-induced climate change that is already affecting.The COP26 gathering of member countries held in Glasgow at the end of 2021..

Budget 2022: Sovereign green bonds, battery swapping policy to help in achieving renewable energy goals, says SunSource CEO

New Delhi: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, on Tuesday (February 1), presented the Union Budget 2022. During the Budget presentation, Sitharaman noted that with Budget 2022, the government will promote the energy transition and climate action. 

Budget 2022: A prescription to boost the growth of the renewable energy industry

New Delhi: The recently concluded COP26 Summit deliberations saw Prime Minister Narendra Modi announce that India will increase the non-fossil fuel-based or renewable energy capacity to 500 GW by 2030. He also stated that India will achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2070.

Interview with Kushagra Nandan

"There is a growing demand for reliable clean power from C&I customers" A recent positive trend, particularly for developers in the commercial and industrial (C&I) space, has been the greater interest of consumers in renewable energy.

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.
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