Centre must not lose the vision
January 21, 2020
| The Pioneer
While several Government initiatives such as reverse auctions and ultra-mega solar parks successfully catapulted this sector to commendable heights, it is time for the Government to provide another push by working proactively to remove already well-recognised bottlenecks. A consistent policy regime with long-term visibility is a prerequisite to encourage private sector investments, whether domestic or foreign. Unfortunately, even at the Central level, lack of clarity on various aspects such as applicable GST and safeguard duty did actually disrupt the pace that the industry had gathered.
REI 2019: Insights About Session on Impact of Solar Energy in 2030
September 19, 2019 |
September 19, 2019
Talking about the future of solar energy in 2030, Mr Shirish Garud, Senior Fellow, TERI, pointed out that there will be a significant impact on grid operation.
Future to be Driven by Clean Mobility Powered with RE: Dr Ajay Mathur
July 15, 2019 |
July 15, 2019
The future is expected to be driven by clean mobility powered with abundantly available renewable energy, said Dr Ajay Mathur, Director General, TERI.
Powering the Ghats
July 1, 2019 |
July 1, 2019
Project team has developed a hybrid solar charging model that ensures continuous flow of electricity to the looms.
Shift from kerosene to solar to improve power supply for households: Study
April 18, 2019 |
April 18, 2019
ET Energy World
Switching subsidies from kerosene to off-grid solar products would improve electricity access for households still reliant on kerosene, according to a study by the International Institute for Sustainable Development and TERI.
'Flexible' power system key to renewables push
February 22, 2019
| The Hindu Business Line
The drop in renewable energy tariffs in India is one of the true success stories of the last few years. From around Rs 10-12/kWh in 2010, solar tariffs have come down to Rs 2.5-3/kWh. Wind tariffs have fallen from Rs 4.5-5/kWh to a similar range as solar. There is no longer any doubt that renewables are cheaper than new coal, and indeed cheaper than large shares of the existing coal fleet. India stands before the real prospect of being the first country in history to power its development through an early leap into renewables.