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India’s NTPC to expand generation capacity with $13.4bn investment

NTPC has announced its plans to expand its renewable energy capacity to meet growing energy demand and sustainability targets.

Tata Power inaugurates India’s largest solar carport

Tata Power partnered with automobile manufacturing firm Tata Motors to develop India's largest behind-the-meter solar energy carport.

India’s wind market set to rebound despite COVID impact

India is expected to add nearly 20.2GW of new wind power capacity between 2021-2025, according to the latest report from GWEC.

India faces stranded coal assets as financing dries up

Much of India's 33GW of coal-fired power capacity currently under construction and another 29GW in the preconstruction stage will end up stranded, according to IEEFA.

Adani Green Energy signs India’s largest renewables acquisition deal

Adani Green Energy, SBG and Bharti Group sign the largest clean energy merger and acquisition agreement ever to be signed in India.

India to build six nuclear reactors with the help of France’s EDF

EDF has submitted its offer to provide assistance in the construction of some six nuclear reactors in the Indian province of Maharashtra.

GE turbines to power 110MW of hybrid wind projects in India

GE Renewable Energy has been selected by wind developer CleanMax to supply 42 of the 2.7-132 wind turbines for onshore wind hybrid projects in India.

The future of the conventional power plant in India

Watch this session to find answers to India's most pressing energy issues.

Regulation needed for co-adoption of solar, storage and EVs in India

Policymakers and regulators must build the framework required for combining rooftop solar with battery storage and EVs in Inia - IEEFA.

India’s narrow window for achieving net zero

India would need to generate at least 83% of its electricity from renewable energy sources by 2050, if it were to commit to achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by mid-century.