Coal India Ltd eases norms for coal supplies to non-regulated customers and IPPs
State-run Coal India Limited (CIL) on Friday said it has relaxed norms for supplying the fuel to its customers of non-regulated sector by extending "letter of credit" to them and allowing an independent power producer (IPP) to transfer coal from one plant to another.
Independent power producers allowed to use Coal India supplies across plants
This is expected to reduce the cost of power generation making t...
Andhra SLDCs seek review of HC order on renewable power curtailment
State load dispatch centres of Andhra Pradesh have moved the state High C...
Directive on payment security mechanism and favourable regulatory orders positive for IPPs: ICRA
ICRA’s projection is based on improved growth to 6.7% on a Y-o-Y basis from a low of 1.5% in Q4 FY2019.
Higher tariffs positive for IPPs, negative for discoms: ICRA
The aggregator appointed by the government will sign power purchase agreements (PPAs) with the winning bidders.
Renewable energy industry looks to Budget to offset lull
“The government has to do something about payment security. You can fundamentally improve the health of discoms. This could be done in the form of loans from Power Finance Corp and Rural Electrification Corp,” said Sumant Sinha, managing director of Renew Power, the largest IPP in the country.
Renewable-thermal power plan may find few takers
The advantage of the proposal is that while renewable energy is irregular, varying according to the intensity of the sun or the speed of the wind, thermal power is not. Therefore, a blended supply assures a minimum transmission of power at all times.
IPPs' 60,000-mw thermal generation in trouble
Icra said that the 26,000-mw capacity, which does not have long-term PPAs, remains exposed to price and volume risks in the short-term trading market.
Coal shortage at power plants may push up spot prices in summer
According to Central Electricity Authority data, the Plant Load Factor of independent power projects was 52.54 percent in February 2018, compared to 59.54 percent a year ago.
Fastest follow-on offer: Quess eyes Rs 900 crore via IPP
Quess had raised Rs 400 crore through an initial public offer (IPO) exactly a year ago.
Sterling and Wilson Solar begins construction of 200MW solar project in Australia
Sterling and Wilson Solar Ltd (SWSL) acquired Lightsource BP is developing a turnkey solar EPC (engineering procurement and construction) project Wellington Solar Farm in New South Wales, Australia. The solar project is estimated to produce enough solar energy to power 70,000 homes, and save 336,000 tonnes of carbon emissions.
Piyush Goyal launches App to procure coal, portal for power purchase
Goyal launched a mobile application facilitating flexible coal swap between state-run and private plants and aweb portal to make electricity purchase by states transparent.
Suzlon receives 197.40 MW repeat order from IPP company
The order is for the installation of 47 wind turbines of S97-120 m hybrid tower and 47 wind turbines of S111-90 m tubular tower in Andhra Pradesh.
JP Morgan-backed Leap Green set to buy Inox Windfarms
Inox Renewables, an independent power producer (IPP), is a 99.98% subsidiary of listed Gujarat Fluorochemicals and has close to 300 MW of installed wind energy generation capacity across states such as Rajasthan and Maharashtra.
Mytrah Energy signs pacts for 2000-MW renewable projects in Andhra Pradesh
The MoUs were inked in the presence Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on January 28 at the Partnership Summit held in Visakhapatnam.
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