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UPDATE: March status of REC regulations of SERCs published

UPDATE 3: New Delhi, 8 March 2011: The Indian government’s Forum of Regulators has published the list of st

India’s Electricity Act 2003 amended to promote renewable power; stress on solar

New Delhi, 7 March 2011: The Central Government has made amendments in the Electricity Act 2003
in order to make it mandatory for State Electricity Regulatory
Commissions to source a minimum percentage of their power consumption
from solar energy-based power plants.

Bundle hydro CDM get accreditation as 4 separate REC projects

New Delhi, 7 March 2011: Ever since the launch of the Renewable Energy
Certificate scheme, renewable energy project developers have been
eyeing dual benefits of Clean Development Mechanism and the more
lucrative REC scheme.

First ever Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) issued in India

New Delhi, 5 March 2011: The National Load Dispatch Centre (NLDC), central nodal agency
for the Renewable Energy Certificate (REC ) scheme has issued
the first RECs. On 4 March, NLDC issued a total of 108 non-solar RECs.

Maharashtra REC projects move forward

New Delhi, 5 March 2011: Two renewable energy-based power projects located in Maharashtra
have been registered under the Renewable Energy Certificate scheme.
Both the projects are grid-connected co-generation power plants.

Haryana accredits first power project under REC scheme

New Delhi, 3 March 2011: The Haryana Renewable Energy Development Agency (HREDA) has
approved the state’s first renewable energy power project for
accreditation under the Renewable Energy Certificate scheme.

India Budget 2011: New Energy and Clean Tech Announcements

New Delhi, 28 February 2011: Budget 2011 was presented in the Parliament of India, New Delhi

Renewable Regulatory Fund “RRF” approved by Indian regulator CERC; wind and solar impacted

New Delhi, 26
February 2011: Central Electricity
Regulatory Commission (CERC) in New Delhi has approved detailed “Procedure
for the I

First signs of demand appear in Indian REC scheme

New Delhi, 26 February 2011: India’s leading power exchange Indian Energy Exchange launched the
first bidding cycle for the Renewable Energy Certificates on 23

Small hydro projects in Maharashtra look to get REC and CDM benefits

New Delhi, 25 February 2011: Maharashtra-based Vidhyachal Hydro Power Limited has got two small hydro power plants accredited under the Renewable Energy Certificate scheme. As on 23 February, these projects are among only three small hydro power projects to be accredited under the REC scheme.

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