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National Solar Mission (NSM) Phase 1 Batch 2 Bid Results: Why they are more than just numbers
12 December 2011 |

The results of the round two of the NSM surprised everyone with the price of solar energy falling to INR 7.49 per unit. A large part of the success of the NSM must be attributed to the government. However, the larger implications of this would be outside solar projects driven by government subsidies. The next few years would see a boom in entrepreneurs riding the “captive wave”...

National Solar Mission (NSM) Phase 1 Batch 2 Bid Results: Why they are more than just numbers
12 December 2011 |

The results of the round two of the NSM surprised everyone with the price of solar energy falling to INR 7.49 per unit. A large part of the success of the NSM must be attributed to the government. However, the larger implications of this would be outside solar projects driven by government subsidies. The next few years would see a boom in entrepreneurs riding the “captive wave”...


India needs more power – Germany has excellent technology to help the subcontinent
06 December 2011 |

India is facing a green revolution. Government and business leaders recognize that the scarcity of fossil fuels is one of the major risks for economic growth and understand the urgent need to take countermeasures and make green energy viable. German companies have many of the solutions India needs and they in turn need the Indian market.India has a huge potential for renewables, given its resources, policies...

India needs more power – Germany has excellent technology to help the subcontinent
06 December 2011 |

India is facing a green revolution. Government and business leaders recognize that the scarcity of fossil fuels is one of the major risks for economic growth and understand the urgent need to take countermeasures and make green energy viable. German companies have many of the solutions India needs and they in turn need the Indian market.India has a huge potential for renewables, given its resources, policies...


Juwi India completes three solar projects, its first in India
24 November 2011 |

According to the latest information available to BRIDGE TO INDIA, Juwi India Renewable Energies Pvt. Ltd., the Indian subsidiary of the Juwi Group, has completed the construction of three solar PV projects worth a cumulative 17.7MW in India. These projects are of 10MW in Rajkot and 2.5MW in Surendernagar, both in the western Indian state of Gujarat, and a 5.2MW plant located in Jodhpur...

Juwi India completes three solar projects, its first in India
24 November 2011 |

According to the latest information available to BRIDGE TO INDIA, Juwi India Renewable Energies Pvt. Ltd., the Indian subsidiary of the Juwi Group, has completed the construction of three solar PV projects worth a cumulative 17.7MW in India. These projects are of 10MW in Rajkot and 2.5MW in Surendernagar, both in the western Indian state of Gujarat, and a 5.2MW plant located in Jodhpur...


Why solar captive consumption is the way forward for the Indian solar market
23 November 2011 |

India’s hidden solar opportunity lies in captive consumption – and this is starting to make sense right now, far away from the fanfare of the NSM and other government programs. Key points : India’s electricity shortage is not going to be met by conventional power, least by government driven policies. The government solar policies, like the National Solar Mission, although successful...

Why solar captive consumption is the way forward for the Indian solar market
23 November 2011 |

India’s hidden solar opportunity lies in captive consumption – and this is starting to make sense right now, far away from the fanfare of the NSM and other government programs. Key points : India’s electricity shortage is not going to be met by conventional power, least by government driven policies. The government solar policies, like the National Solar Mission, although successful...