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Andhra Pradesh Solar 1000 MW Pre-bid Meeting – Excerpts from Dec 14 Meeting at Hyderabad

Venugopal from EAI consulting team was at the pre-bid meeting that took place last Friday (Dec 14) and the following are what he has to say (this is in regard to the AP solar policy for 1000 MW power purchase that was released recently) Highlights 1. Lack of clarity – Overall, the policy makers do […]

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Andhra Pradesh Releases RFS Bid Document for – 1000 MW!

Andhra Pradesh released its RfS for 1000 MW of solar power purchase. This comes just a day after TN released its own tender document for 1000 MW of solar PV projects. (Update: Excerpts from the Pre-bid Consultative Meeting Held on Dec 14 in Hyderabad) Request for Selection Document for Grid Connected Solar Power Projects – […]

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Tamil Nadu Tender Document for 1000 MW Solar PV Power Plants

The country’s tender for the largest single purchase of solar PV by a utility was released day before by TANGEDCO. The tender does not have many changes from what was mentioned during the consultation meeting held about 2 weeks back, and that is a pity in a way. Bidding process – is there a change? […]

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Tamil Nadu Solar Policy Bidding for 1000 MW – Excerpts of TANGEDCO Consultation Meeting

A fairly hectic consultation meeting happened yesterday at TANGEDCO (TNEB) for bidding for 1000 MW of solar projects in TN. Crowd was amazing, something along the lines of what one would have expected at a top-line movie premiere (sans the pretty women, it was a men’s show alright). Such was the crowd that the hospitable […]

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Posted in: Chennai, Policies and Regulations, Solar Energy, Solar Photovoltaic

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G.B. Pradhan, Secretary, MNRE, Speaks on Wind Power – Insights and Perspectives

Watch G.B.Pradhan, Secretary, MNRE share his unique perspectives and insights on Indian wind power in this video, released on the occasion of India’s largest Wind Power Conference – Wind Power India 2012 Wind Power India, Nov 28-30, Chennai – Few days left for India’s most prestigious wind power conference. == Interested in buying/selling wind farms […]

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Posted in: Policies and Regulations, Wind Energy

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Consultation Meeting for Tamil Nadu Solar Policy – Nov 23, 430 PM

Consultation Meeting for TN Solar Policy – Nov 23, 430 PM . A Consultation Meeting has been convened at TANGEDCO Head Quarters, 144 Anna Salai on 23rd Nov 4.30 PM with Prospective Bidders for installation of 1000 MW Solar Power Plants. This is a follow up to the Tamil Nadu Solar Policy . All those […]

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Future Feed-in-Tariff Trends for India – for Wind, Solar and Other Renewable Power Sources

It is an open secret that renewable power requires incentives – these usually are in the form of capital subsidies, tax incentives and most importantly, via feed in tariffs. It is a million dollar (make that Billion Dollar) question what the future of feed in tariffs will be for the mainstream renewable power sources. I […]

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Posted in: Biomass Power, Policies and Regulations, Solar Energy, Wind Energy

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RPO Compliance and Penalties for Non Compliance

Many individuals and industry professionals had enquired me about the penalties for non-compliance for RPO (renewable purchase obligations). Of course, implementing obligation compliance is a difficult thing indeed. In countries such as India, which are considered “soft states” when it comes to implementing any policies against anyone, leave alone against large and influential “discoms”, the […]

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Challenges for IEGC (Indian Electricity Grid Code) and RRF (Renewable Regulatory Fund)

If you are in the Indian wind power sector, you would have definitely heard the terms IEGC and RRF often. IEGC stands for Indian Electricity Grid Code, while RRF stands for Renewable Regulatory Fund. Why are these two terms important in the context of wind power? Wind power being a highly volatile source of power […]

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