New Delhi, 4 February 2011: Mahavir Energy and Coal Beneficiation Limited’s 12 MW biomass power project in Chhattisgarh has become India’s first CDM-registered project to be accredited under the Renewable Energy Certificate (REC) scheme.
New Delhi, 3 February 2011: A 12 MW biomass power plant has been accredited by the Chhattisgarh State Renewable Energy Development Agency (CSREDA) for earning Renewable Energy Certificates.
Chandigarh, 24th January 2011
UPDATE 1: 14 January 2011 , New Delhi : The Indian government’s Forum of Regulators has published the list of states that have finalised regulations and preparation for the Renewable Energy Certificate (REC) Trading scheme.
22 December 2010, New Delhi : The Indian government’s Forum of Regulators has published the list of states that have finalised regulations and preparation for the Renewable Energy Certificate (REC) Trading scheme.
India’s flagship solar program, the National Solar Mission, has published the final list of companies that will develop 470 megawatts of solar thermal capacity and 150 megawatts of photovoltaic capacity under phase I of the program. The 150 MW of Solar PV projects are located across six states while 470 MW of Solar Thermal projects are spread across three states.
The Indian Express is reporting that under the Indian government’s flagship program, National Solar Mission, the nodal agency NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam Ltd (NVVN) has selected a total of 7 bidders to build 479 mw power generation capacity based on concentrated solar power (CSP) technology in the first phase of the scheme.
In a milestone event in India’s Renewable Energy history, the Renewable Energy Certificate (REC) Mechanism was launched in Delhi on Thursday, 18th November 2010. The event was hosted by Power Systems Operations Corporation (POSOCO), a newly-formed subsidiary of Central utility Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd.
The Hindu is reporting that initial trend of bidding under the National Solar Mission shows that for solar photovoltaic (PV), the developers have offered discounts of around Rs 6 a unit on the CERC tariff. The tariff rates notified by the CERC for 2010-11 are Rs 17.91 (normal rate of depreciation)/ Rs 14.96 (accelerated rate of depreciation) per unit for PV
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