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India challenges WTO solar verdict

India won a case in June this year against the US on domestic content requirements and subsidies provided by 8 US states in the solar sector. However, India has challenged the ruling given by the WTO dispute settlement panel, according to a release by the trade body. While most of the verdict is in India’s […]

Government committed towards providing clean and green energy at cheaper rate: Union Environment Minister

The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate change has decided to relax the mandatory charging of lease rent of Rs. 30,000/- per MW for wind power projects. In a review meeting Union Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Shri Prakash Javadekar took a conscious decision to relax the condition of charging the lease rent […]