Monday, October 23, 2017

Bipartisan Former FERC Commissioners Reject Energy Secretary Rick Perry’s Plans To Subsidize Coal

renewables grid resilience energy electricityA bipartisan group of former Federal Energy Regulation Committee Commissioners have filed a letter with their former agency opposing a recent proposal filed by Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry seeking to subsidize coal and nuclear plants. 

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Adani Plans Demerger, IPO For Renewable Energy Arm

One of India’s leading conglomerates, Adani Enterprises, has announced plans to demerge the company’s renewable energy arm and list it at the stock exchanges.

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Here’s Why The Middle East Leads In Lowest Solar Tariffs

We have seen solar power tariffs in competitive auctions crash to unprecedented levels across the world over the last few months. These have been mostly led by companies bidding for projects in the Middle East, with some also involved in projects in South America, particularly Chile. So what are the possible reasons that made the Middle East a leader in low-cost solar power?

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Fortum Looking To Sell Equity Stake In India’s Solar Assets

One of the leading foreign solar power developers active in India – Fortum – is planning to sell equity stake in its solar power projects, media outlets have reported.

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Remote Burrito Delivery On Offer From Alphabet’s Project Wing

What if you could just whip out your phone, order a burrito on an app, and have it delivered to your location via a drone? Wouldn’t that be awesome? Well, now you can! Sort of…

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India To Auction 4.5 Gigawatts Of Wind Power Projects By February 2018

Sticking to its announced road map to expedite wind energy auctions, India will put 4.5 gigawatts of capacity on the block by February 2018.

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Azure Power Wins 250 Megawatt Solar Project In India At Record Tariff

Azure Power to install 1 GW solar power capacity in Rajasthan, IndiaAn auctioned organized by India’s largest power generating company, NTPC Limited, yielded the lowest-ever tariff for a solar project obligated to use Indian-made solar modules.

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