Firstgreen daily news letter


Firstgreen daily news letter
TPDDL not to collect green compensation

The Supreme Court on Monday exempted Tata Power Delhi Distribution from collecting ‘Environmental Compensation’ on monthly basis… The Supreme Court on Monday exempted Tata Power Delhi Distribution from collecting ‘Environmental Compensation’ on monthly basis from all households in Delhi, including unauthorised colonies, as directed by the National Green Tribunal. The amount on account of ‘Environmental […]

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Discoms bound by purchase terms, says power ministry

Discoms bound by purchase terms, says power ministry NEW DELHI: A tough time seems to be staring at the three discoms who have been struggling to get their power allocation from state units surrendered. Responding to a petition filed by Tata Power Delhi in Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC), the power ministry has stated that […]

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Solar tariffs fall to Rs. 4.34

Solar tariffs have fallen to an unprecedented low of Rs. 4.34 a kWhr. Finnish company, Fortum Finnsurya Energy, quoted that tariff to bag the mandate to set up a 70 MW solar plant under NTPC’s Bhadla Solar Park tender. NTPC bid out 420 MW, in six blocks of 70 MW each. The other winners were […]

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NTPC Bhadla Solar park of 420 MW bid results create a new benchmark in solar industry. Rs. 4.34/kWh

NTPC Ltd Bhadla solar park bid results for developing a total of 420 MW of solar photovoltaic (PV) projects in the state of Rajasthan were out today and created a new benchmark in Indian solar market. The lowest tariff quoted was by Fortum @ Rs. 4.34/kWh. The results are as follows: 1- Fortum FInsurya- 70MW […]

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DEVELOPMENT OF 1,200 MW (AC) SOLAR POWER PROJECTS IN KARNATAKA TO BE IMPLEMENTED IN 60 TALUKS

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Haryana targets 4200 mw solar power by 2022

CHANDIGARH: The Haryana government is targeting 4,200 megawatt of solar power by 2022, including 1,600 mw from roof top solar power plants. Surplus power generated through installation of rooftop solar panels by any type of building, if any, could be fed into the state grid under net-metering regulations, Ankur Gupta, principal secretary, renewable energy, […]

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UJVNL 1 MW solar PV Canal top tender

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BSES tender for Solar Power

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Suzlon secures additional credit facility of Rs 2,300 crore

NEW DELHI, JAN 15: Wind turbine maker Suzlon Group today said it has received an additional credit facility of Rs. 2,300 crore above the existing working capital lines to meet its requirements for execution of projects. “It has received an additional sanction of working capital lines of Rs. 2,300 crore to meet its requirement for […]

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