Solar Mango has published an exclusive guide for international investors keen on investing in the Indian solar sector – in greenfield projects or in operating power plants. The Indian solar power sector is witnessing stupendous growth. From less than 100 MW of grid connected solar power plants in 2011, the country now is close to […]Read More →
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EAI, in partnership with Solar Mango, the #1 Solar Guide, will release the India Solar Showcase very soon. This will be the country’s first exclusive showcase of solar energy companies, along the entire length of the solar energy value chain. Presented in the form of a soft version (PDF), in hard copies for key stakeholders […]Read More →
Solar Mango, the solar division of EAI, is working with a reputed Australian developer of renewable energy power plants. The Australian company is keen to acquire/invest in Indian solar PV power plants. They are exploring investments in projects at any stage of development – from developers who are on the verge of signing PPAs to fully […]Read More →
Ever since I started my journey in the Indian renewable energy sector 8 years back, I have been hearing central and state governments blowing hot and cold on offshore wind energy. Anyone listening to them could have been excused in thinking that offshore wind was round the corner. We are in 2015, and you would […]Read More →
ABB has 2 GW of solar inverters installed in India, says this report. That sure is a bit surprising I knew ABB was doing well, but not THIS well. Given that we have just above 4 GW of solar PV installations in the country, that means 50% of installations are ABB inverters. Sure, their PowerOne acquisition […]Read More →
Mercom Group says India is all set to instal 2500 MW of solar power in 2015. India installed 1000 MW in 2013 and about 900 MW in 2014 – there was thus a reduction in installed capacity in 2014, with the earlier government not doing anything because it was leaving, and the new government not doing […]Read More →