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Oman targets 3,050 MW of renewables by 2025

A renewable energy development plan unveiled recently by the Oman Power and Water Procurement Company (OPWP) the sole buyer of electricity in the Sultanate envisions the procurement of 3,050 megawatts (MW) of renewables-based capacity by 2025, representing 16 per cent of total electricity output by this timeframe. This compares with a minimum 10 per cent […]

Ambri Selected by Earth & Wire for 300-MW, 1,200-MWh Long-Duration Energy Storage Project in South Africa – EQ Mag Pro

JICA Mentors Young Leaders of India in Renewable Energy Development Through Its Knowledge Co-Creation Program

TOKYO, Japan : Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) is working towards building capacities of India’s renewable energy sector by training young leaders through its Knowledge Co-Creation Program, which promotes human resource development in developing countries across sectors. Under the program, 6 young leaders, who will become nation’s growth propellers of the future, are invited to […]

During peak renewable energy season, T.N. underdraws from grid – EQ Mag Pro

India showing political will on renewable energy development: IRENA

Singapore : India is showing political will to develop renewable energy despite challenges such as land regulations, a senior official of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) said here. Francesco La Camera, Director General of the International Renewable Energy Agency, made the remarks on Wednesday while releasing a report on “A Climate-Safe and Sustainable Energy […]

During peak renewable energy season, T.N. underdraws from grid – EQ Mag Pro

NTPC bags 40 MW solar projects in UPNEDA’s auction

State-run power major NTPC Tuesday said it has won 40 MW solar energy projects in an auction conducted by Uttar Pradesh New and Renewable Energy Development Agency (UPNEDA). “NTPC participated in UPNEDA’s tender for 500 MW Solar capacity with two bids of 20 MW each at Auraiya and Rihand,” the company said in a statement. […]

RE capacity addition’s topmost obstacles in the Indian market – EQ Mag Pro