keywords” content=”provides a detailed segment analysis of areas such as onshore wind and offshore wind, and solar-wind hybrids. It also provides insights into recent policy and regulatory developments and their likely impact.
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Competitive Capital

June 2018

The move from a generic feed-in tariff (FiT) regime to project-specific competitive bidding for tariff determination has disrupted the entire wind power segment. Its ripple effects can be felt in every aspect of project development, […]

Global Wind Offshore
Major strides in 2017

June 2018

Offshore wind power has emerged as a rapidly developing source of energy across the world, with increasing maturity and a promising future. The year 2017 saw high capacity additions in many countries, low price bids, […]

Tender Trends
Key announcements in March 2018

April 2018

National- and state-level agencies have managed to build momentum in terms of the volume of tenders issued in the solar and wind segments since January 2018. They have also become increasingly active in the emerging […]

Sharpens its focus on wind

February 2018

Orient Green Power Limited (OGPL) is an independent power producer (IPP) in the Indian renewable energy sector and a part of the Shriram Group. The company was incorporated in 2006 and is based in Chennai. […]

Growing focus on solar

December 2017

India Power Corporation Limited (IPCL) was incorporated in 1919 as a utility and power generation company. Over the years it has been growing its renewable energy portfolio and today has 143.2 MW of renewable capacity […]

Still Winds
Ultra-low tariffs slow down segment growth

November 2017

The year 2017 will be remembered as a landmark year with regard to the Indian wind power segment. From the discontinuation of generation-based incentives (GBIs) and phase-out of the accelerated depreciation (AD) benefit starting April […]

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