India should refrain from slapping retroactive duties on solar power plants already under construction to avoid disrupting investment into the industry, a unit of the nation’s biggest industrial group
Tata BP Solar India
K SUBRAMANYA The Solar Mission can create at least 100,000 jobs for Indians, but that won't happen if we buy modules from China.
lines, announcements or weather, important hotlines Indian demand for solar power is expected to grow to 150 MW. The Indian market is poised to become a world-scale market by 2022, stimulated by supportive policies such as the Government of India
Pradeep Pandey MUMBAI
<p>In line with Delhi's 'Climate Change Agenda 2009-1', the city's plans for renewable energy got a boost when Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit inaugurated a 1 MW of solar powered electricity generation plant on December 21, 2010. The solar plant - set up on Lawrence Road at Keshavpuram in north Delhi and installed by TATA BP Solar - is an initiative by North Delhi Power Ltd (NDPL).</p>