India Renewable Power Policy Update – March 2021
12 April 2021 |

This video presents a monthly snapshot of key policy and regulatory developments in India's renewable power sector.

India Renewable Power Policy Update – March 2021
12 April 2021 |

This video presents a monthly snapshot of key policy and regulatory developments in India's renewable power sector.



PLI scheme approved for solar manufacturing   
10 April 2021 |

The Indian Cabinet has approved Production Linked Incentive (PLI) scheme worth INR 45 billion (USD 602 million) for domestic solar manufacturing. The scheme targets total cell-module manufacturing capacity...

PLI scheme approved for solar manufacturing   
10 April 2021 |

The Indian Cabinet has approved Production Linked Incentive (PLI) scheme worth INR 45 billion (USD 602 million) for domestic solar manufacturing. The scheme targets total cell-module manufacturing capacity...


Net metering on the way out   
05 April 2021 |

Indian states are rushing to block net metering connectivity for rooftop solar systems. After the Ministry of Power’s policy guidance to restrict net metering to system sizes up to 10 kW, Karnataka and West Bengal have already announced net metering system...

Net metering on the way out   
05 April 2021 |

Indian states are rushing to block net metering connectivity for rooftop solar systems. After the Ministry of Power’s policy guidance to restrict net metering to system sizes up to 10 kW, Karnataka and West Bengal have already announced net metering system...


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Green tariffs: an emerging option for all consumers to go green   
28 March 2021 |

Maharashtra has become the latest state to offer ‘green tariff’ option to grid power consumers. This route allows consumers to notionally procure renewable power through DISCOMs without incurring any capital expenditure or entering into complicated renewable power purchase agreements directly with power producers...

Green tariffs: an emerging option for all consumers to go green   
28 March 2021 |

Maharashtra has become the latest state to offer ‘green tariff’ option to grid power consumers. This route allows consumers to notionally procure renewable power through DISCOMs without incurring any capital expenditure or entering into complicated renewable power purchase agreements directly with power producers...


Investment enthusiasm spills over to wind   
22 March 2021 |

SECI concluded its 1,200 MW ISTS wind tranche X auction earlier this week. The tender was oversubscribed by 2.6 times. Successful bidders include Adani (300 MW), Ayana (300 MW), Evergreen Power (150 MW) and JSW (450 MW) with tariffs between INR 2.77-2.78/ kWh. Azure (300 MW, INR 2.79/kWh), O2 (300, 2.80), Shirdi Sai (300, 2.84), AMP (150, 2.88), Enel...

Investment enthusiasm spills over to wind   
22 March 2021 |

SECI concluded its 1,200 MW ISTS wind tranche X auction earlier this week. The tender was oversubscribed by 2.6 times. Successful bidders include Adani (300 MW), Ayana (300 MW), Evergreen Power (150 MW) and JSW (450 MW) with tariffs between INR 2.77-2.78/ kWh. Azure (300 MW, INR 2.79/kWh), O2 (300, 2.80), Shirdi Sai (300, 2.84), AMP (150, 2.88), Enel...


Basic customs duty on solar cells and modules: a poor decision   
15 March 2021 |

We finally have it. After almost a year of uncertainty, MNRE has announced that PV cells and modules shall be subject to basic customs duty (BCD) of 25% and 40% respectively from April 2022 onwards. MNRE has also clarified that only bids submitted until 9 March 2021 shall be offered BCD related ‘change in law’ compensation

Basic customs duty on solar cells and modules: a poor decision   
15 March 2021 |

We finally have it. After almost a year of uncertainty, MNRE has announced that PV cells and modules shall be subject to basic customs duty (BCD) of 25% and 40% respectively from April 2022 onwards. MNRE has also clarified that only bids submitted until 9 March 2021 shall be offered BCD related ‘change in law’ compensation


New boom era beckons for renewables   
07 March 2021 |

The new US Energy Secretary, Jennifer Granholm, has signalled a transformational shift in the country’s energy policy to combat global warming. In her first public speech in the new role, Granholm announced that the US would install “hundreds of gigawatts” of clean energy...

New boom era beckons for renewables   
07 March 2021 |

The new US Energy Secretary, Jennifer Granholm, has signalled a transformational shift in the country’s energy policy to combat global warming. In her first public speech in the new role, Granholm announced that the US would install “hundreds of gigawatts” of clean energy...


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India Renewable Power Tenders Update – February 2021
04 March 2021 |

This video presents a summary of major developments for renewable tenders during the month. It includes details of tender issuance, bid submission, completed auctions and related market trends.

India Renewable Power Tenders Update – February 2021
04 March 2021 |

This video presents a summary of major developments for renewable tenders during the month. It includes details of tender issuance, bid submission, completed auctions and related market trends.


India Renewable Power Policy Update – February 2021
04 March 2021 |

This video presents a monthly snapshot of key policy and regulatory developments in India's renewable power sector.

India Renewable Power Policy Update – February 2021
04 March 2021 |

This video presents a monthly snapshot of key policy and regulatory developments in India's renewable power sector.


Webinar: Solar tariff of INR 2.00 arrived sooner than expected
01 March 2021 |

BRIDGE TO INDIA’s latest webinar attempted to make sense of recent record low solar tariffs observed in SECI’s Rajasthan 1,070 MW and GUVNL’s 500 MW tenders. Panellists included Mr. Sanjay Varghese (President & Head – Solar, ReNew), Mr. Sanjay Kumar (Head BD & Proposals, Larsen & Toubro), Mr. Andrew Gilhooly (Head – Trina Pro, Trina solar – APAC)...

Webinar: Solar tariff of INR 2.00 arrived sooner than expected
01 March 2021 |

BRIDGE TO INDIA’s latest webinar attempted to make sense of recent record low solar tariffs observed in SECI’s Rajasthan 1,070 MW and GUVNL’s 500 MW tenders. Panellists included Mr. Sanjay Varghese (President & Head – Solar, ReNew), Mr. Sanjay Kumar (Head BD & Proposals, Larsen & Toubro), Mr. Andrew Gilhooly (Head – Trina Pro, Trina solar – APAC)...


VPPAs still a distant prospect in India   
01 March 2021 |

As C&I consumers in India seek to procure more renewable power, they are keen to consider alternative procurement models particularly because of the various challenges faced by traditional rooftop solar and open access routes. A new route, virtual power purchase agreements (VPPAs), immensely popular internationally, is gaining more attention in the process...

VPPAs still a distant prospect in India   
01 March 2021 |

As C&I consumers in India seek to procure more renewable power, they are keen to consider alternative procurement models particularly because of the various challenges faced by traditional rooftop solar and open access routes. A new route, virtual power purchase agreements (VPPAs), immensely popular internationally, is gaining more attention in the process...


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