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Power Minister Goyal emphasises on promoting indigenous solar equipment manufacturing - Daily News & Analysis

Fri, 12/05/2017 - 5:05am

Odisha Diary

Power Minister Goyal emphasises on promoting indigenous solar equipment manufacturing
Daily News & Analysis
As India is looking forward to increase the capacity of renewable energy in the power sector to 225 Giga Watts by 2022, the government?s main thrust would be to promote indigenous manufacturing of high quality solar equipments, Union Power Minister ...
India Explores clean energy collaboration with AustriaOdisha Diary

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Power Minister Goyal emphasises on promoting indigenous solar equipment manufacturing - Business Standard

Fri, 12/05/2017 - 2:25am

Power Minister Goyal emphasises on promoting indigenous solar equipment manufacturing
Business Standard
As India is looking forward to increase the capacity of renewable energy in the power sector to 225 Giga Watts by 2022, the government's main thrust would be to promote indigenous manufacturing of high quality solar equipments, Union Power Minister ...

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Solar energy in India is now cheaper than coal power. Here's why - Moneycontrol.com

Thu, 11/05/2017 - 3:58pm

Moneycontrol.com

Solar energy in India is now cheaper than coal power. Here's why
Moneycontrol.com
This single move has transformed solar power from a power sector play to a financial one. Investments are based on how much internal rate of return (IRR) the project can generate. Many investment companies and banks are partnering with companies who ...
Whose power plans are greener: China's or India's?eco-business.com
India's solar mission can cause new debt problems - LivemintLivemint

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Long-term PPAs could be thing of past; power demand to return ... - Moneycontrol.com

Thu, 11/05/2017 - 11:00am

Moneycontrol.com

Long-term PPAs could be thing of past; power demand to return ...
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The government and regulators have to form a think tank to think 10-years ahead, and how to absorb the changing elements in the power market, so that all ...

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Long-term PPAs could be thing of past; power demand to return: Ashok Khurana - Moneycontrol.com

Thu, 11/05/2017 - 10:58am

Moneycontrol.com

Long-term PPAs could be thing of past; power demand to return: Ashok Khurana
Moneycontrol.com
However, as this transformation takes place, each segment of the power generation will find its own place in due course. “Thermal power will always remain the mainstay of the Indian power sector because renewables are intermittent and variable,” he said.

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Sterlite Power InvIT IPO to help retain market share: Pratik Agarwal, Sterlite Power - Economic Times

Thu, 11/05/2017 - 8:16am

Economic Times

Sterlite Power InvIT IPO to help retain market share: Pratik Agarwal, Sterlite Power
Economic Times
India needs Rs 30,000 crore of annual investment in power transmission sector and a vast majority of it would be under the tariff-based competitive bidding (TBCB), which means players like us would need to be ready with equity capital.We have always ...
IndiGrid's ₹2250-cr InvIT issue to open on May 17Hindu Business Line

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​IndiGrid to invest share sale proceeds in SPVs - Hindu Business Line

Wed, 10/05/2017 - 4:43pm

BloombergQuint

​IndiGrid to invest share sale proceeds in SPVs
Hindu Business Line
SPGV, which had fixed a price band of ₹98-100 a unit for its proposed initial share sale, is now planning to raise ₹2,250 crore through the InvIT, making it the first-ever such issue by an Indian power sector firm. The InvIT will open on May 17 and ...
InvITs To Deleverage Infrastructure Sector By Around Rs 13,000 ...BloombergQuint

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India to bar power firms from countries where Indian companies are banned - Indiainfoline

Wed, 10/05/2017 - 9:55am

Economic Times

India to bar power firms from countries where Indian companies are banned
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India's power sector is one of the most diversified sectors which includes power generation from various conventional and non-conventional sources. India ranks third among 40 countries in EY's Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index, on the back ...
India will not allow power firms from countries where Indian companies are bannedEconomic Times
India says no more one-sided gains; won't allow power companies to invest from countries where Indian firms are bannedBusinessinsider India

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need2know: 6 things you must know to start day on D-Street - Economic Times

Wed, 10/05/2017 - 8:03am

Economic Times

need2know: 6 things you must know to start day on D-Street
Economic Times
No power firms from countries where Indian companies are banned : India's power sector will slam the door on foreign firms from countries that do not allow Indian companies to invest and make money in their markets, introducing a strong element of ...

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Can Uttar Pradesh emerge as a poster boy for India's power sector reforms? - Livemint

Wed, 10/05/2017 - 7:51am

Livemint

Can Uttar Pradesh emerge as a poster boy for India's power sector reforms?
Livemint
The Bharatiya Janata Party's victory in Uttar Pradesh, among other things, may accelerate power sector reforms in India. The Yogi Adityanath-led government has signed an agreement to provide round-the-clock electricity in less than two years. That is a ...

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India will not allow power firms from countries where Indian companies are banned - ETEnergyworld.com

Wed, 10/05/2017 - 7:18am

ETEnergyworld.com

India will not allow power firms from countries where Indian companies are banned
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India will not allow power firms from countries where Indian companies are banned NEW DELHI: India's power sector will slam the door on foreign firms from countries that do not allow Indian companies to invest and make money in their markets ...

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India will not allow power firms from countries where Indian companies are banned - Economic Times

Wed, 10/05/2017 - 1:38am

Economic Times

India will not allow power firms from countries where Indian companies are banned
Economic Times
On the solar energy sector, which has expanded an unprecedented 370% in three years of the Modi government, Goyal rubbished claims by some experts that this was a threat to grid stability and a problem for thermal power stations. Since the government ...
Foreign power cos shouldn't operate here if their countries bar Indian cos: GoyalMoneycontrol.com
India says no more one-sided gains; won't allow power companies to invest from countries where Indian firms are bannedBusinessinsider India

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India will not allow power firms from countries where Indian companies are banned - Economic Times

Wed, 10/05/2017 - 1:38am

Economic Times

India will not allow power firms from countries where Indian companies are banned
Economic Times
On the solar energy sector, which has expanded an unprecedented 370% in three years of the Modi government, Goyal rubbished claims by some experts that this was a threat to grid stability and a problem for thermal power stations. Since the government ...

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Whose power plans are greener: China's or India's? - eco-business.com

Tue, 09/05/2017 - 1:37pm

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Whose power plans are greener: China's or India's?
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The countries also publish separate plans focused specifically on the national power sector. In November, China published its Energy Plan for 2016 to 2020. Meanwhile, the Indian Ministry of Power has published a five year National Electricity Plan (NEP ...
India's solar mission can cause new debt problems - LivemintLivemint

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IndiGrid's ₹2250-cr InvIT issue to open on May 17 - Hindu Business Line

Tue, 09/05/2017 - 12:00pm

Hindu Business Line

IndiGrid's ₹2250-cr InvIT issue to open on May 17
Hindu Business Line
The company is now planning to raise ₹2,250 crore through the InvIT, making it the first-ever such issue by an Indian power sector firm. The InvIT will open on May 17 and close on May 19. The bids can be made for a minimum of 10,205 units and in ...

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​IndiGrid fixes InvIT price band at Rs. 98-100 per unit - Hindu Business Line

Tue, 09/05/2017 - 12:00pm

Economic Times

​IndiGrid fixes InvIT price band at Rs. 98-100 per unit
Hindu Business Line
Sterlite Power Grid Ventures Ltd (SPGV), a company that was demerged from Vedanta Group firm Sterlite Technologies, is to raise ₹2,650 crore through Infrastructure Investment Trusts (InvITs), making it the first-ever such issue by an Indian power ...
Sterlite Power InvIT IPO to help retain market share: Pratik Agarwal, Sterlite PowerEconomic Times

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Indian Energy Exchange IPO this fiscal year; Kotak, Axis appointed ... - Moneycontrol.com

Tue, 09/05/2017 - 7:43am

Moneycontrol.com

Indian Energy Exchange IPO this fiscal year; Kotak, Axis appointed ...
Moneycontrol.com
The IPO is to bring public shareholding in the exchange to 25 percent and will provide some of the existing investors a chance to part with or fully monetize their ...

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India's solar mission can cause new debt problems - Livemint

Tue, 09/05/2017 - 1:56am

Livemint

India's solar mission can cause new debt problems
Livemint
Companies raised debt capital, mainly from public sector banks at concessional terms, and external commercial entities, on risky terms, to finance power sector projects that were being tendered out by the government. This is an important cause of the ...

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Sterlite Power to raise ₹2,650 crthrough InvIT; launch on May 17 ... - Hindu Business Line

Mon, 08/05/2017 - 10:36pm

Hindu Business Line

Sterlite Power to raise ₹2,650 crthrough InvIT; launch on May 17 ...
Hindu Business Line
Sterlite Power Grid Ventures Ltd (SPGV), a company that was demerged from Vedanta Group firm Sterlite Technologies, is to raise ₹2,650 crore through ...

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ABB India: Driven by government initiatives in power sector, ABB ... - Times of India

Mon, 08/05/2017 - 6:59pm

Times of India

ABB India: Driven by government initiatives in power sector, ABB ...
Times of India
NEW DELHI: ABB India today reported results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2017. The company posted 28% year-on-year increase in orders booked, ...

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