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About 15,000 MW of wind-solar hybrid capacity to come up in 5 years: Crisil
By : Sustainability ..., Jun 11, 2020
As the government continues to focus on increasing the share of renewable energy in the country, nearly 15,000 MW of wind-solar hybrid capacity is expected to come up over the next five years, Crisil said. Out of this 15,000 MW, works on nearly 10,000 MW are already either...Read more..
Subject Tags: Crisil , renewable energy capacity , solar-wind hybird
Power Demand Dropped 24% in April Due to Lockdown: CRISIL
By : Sustainability ..., May 14, 2020
With almost no economic activity taking place in the first 20 days of April due to lockdown, and very little operations after that, power demand declined sharply by 24 percent in the month, Crisil Research said. The 21-day lockdown to fight the spread of coronavirus, which...Read more..
Subject Tags: coronavirus , Crisil , power demand
Average renewable energy tariff to remain competitive: Crisil
By : Sustainability ..., Apr 10, 2020
Even as the government’s decision to lift tariff ceiling for renewable energy is likely to give a fillip to capacity addition, the average tariff will continue to be competitive, mainly due to lower module cost and continued tendering of large capacities, ratings agency...Read more..
Subject Tags: competitiveness , Crisil , renewable energy tariff
Electric cars won't sell much, but electric three-wheelers will dominate market: report
By : Sustainability ..., Feb 12, 2020
Electric three-wheelers or e-rickshaws that have become the face of electric mobility in India are set to corner about 50 per cent of all three-wheelers sold in the country as early as 2024, according to a report by Crisil Research. Electrification will also gain traction in...Read more..
Subject Tags: Crisil , electric mobility , electric three-wheeler , electric vehicle sales , study
Global energy price trend positive for India: Crisil
By : Sustainability ..., Aug 22, 2014
Crisil Research, a unit of India’s largest credit rating agency Crisil Ltd, expects global energy prices to either ease or rise at a much slower pace in the next five years as supplies increase and consumers increasingly move towards alternative fuels.As a result, India’s...Read more..