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Ireda, Hudco to raise Rs 1,949 cr via tax-free bonds
Financial Express

Ireda, Hudco to raise Rs 1,949 cr via tax-free bonds

Two state-owned companies, Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency (Ireda) and Housing and Urban Development Corporation (Hudco) are planning to raise a total of R1,949 crore by placing out tax-free bonds to institutional investors on Tuesday, ... Financial Express, 1 week ago
Falling FD rates may help tax-free bonds The Financial Chronicle, 1 week ago
The Freepress Journal

IREDA defers plan to raise Rs 600 cr via tax-free bonds

State-run Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency has deferred its plan to raise Rs 600 crore by issuing tax-free bonds through private placement till the month-end. Earlier, the company had planned to raise the said amount by September 10. The company has ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago IREDA plans to raise Rs 600 cr via tax-free bonds by Sep 10  Business Standard1 month ago IREDA plans to raise Rs 600 crore via tax-free bonds by September 10  Economic Times1 month ago
Climate Action

USAID commits $41m to boost energy access in India

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has pledged$41 million as part of a major investment initiative in India to improve energy access. The US Ambassador to India, Richard Verma,said that the USAID investment will be ...
 Climate Action1 month ago India, Africa to focus on solar at India-Africa Forum Summit  Greentech Lead3 weeks ago Crushed: the US and the WTO demolish India's solar energy ambitions  Ecologist4 weeks ago WTO rules against India in solar panels dispute with the US  Livemint.com1 month ago
Clean Technica

India May Set Up National Renewable Energy Certification Lab

Clean Power Published on September 18th, 2015 | by September 18th, 2015 by Smiti Mittal The Indian Government may be considering to set up a national lab for testing, standardisation, and certification of renewable ...
 Clean Technica2 weeks ago Inox Wind Bags 50 MW Order From Mining Company In India  Clean Technica4 days ago SunEdison Receives A Big Bite of India's Growing Wind, Solar Energy Pie  MetalMiner2 weeks ago Germany's Energy Model For India? Analysis  Eurasia Review4 weeks ago

NZ to boost India's fast growing renewable energy sector

N He will be accompanied by Mike Allen, Special Envoy for Renewable Energy and Executive Director of Geothermal, New Zealand. The five-day visit of the minister starts today. "New Zealand plans to raise its renewable energy generating capability ...
 Moneycontrol.com2 weeks ago New Zealand to boost India's fast growing renewable energy sector  Economic Times2 weeks ago Fortum set to bet bigger in solar India  Greentech Lead1 month ago

'Multilateral agencies should dedicate 10-30% credit for clean energy'

NEW DELHI: Multilateral agencies should dedicate 10-30 per cent of their credit to the renewable energy sector with lower borrowing costs, said New and Renewable Energy Secretary Upendra Tripathy. "For promoting renewable energy, what multilateral agencies ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago 'Need to lower capital cost for renewable energy projects'  Moneycontrol.com3 weeks ago
VC Circle

Govt okays policy on offshore wind energy

The Union Cabinet today approved National Offshore Wind Energy Policy which will pave the way for development of this renewable source of energy, including setting up of projects and research in the area. "The Cabinet today fixed policy ...
 VC Circle3 weeks ago Offshore wind sector has some way to go  Millennium Post2 weeks ago India Approves National Offshore Wind Energy Policy  Offshore Wind3 weeks ago National Offshore Wind Energy Policy approved by Union Cabinet  Yourstory.in3 weeks ago
Qatar Peninsula

India set to offer investments worth $160bn in...

DOHA: India will host its Second Renewable Energy Global Investors Meet & Expo (RE INVEST, 2016) in New Delhi from February 18 to 20, 2016. The country is looking for an estimated $160bn worth investments in the sector, including from Qatari ...
 Qatar Peninsula1 month ago India invites Canadian firms to invest in energy infra  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
Climate Action

India launches major green bonds

India has announced a major green bond issue in a bid to finance the country's ambitious renewable energy plans. The Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency (IREDA), the primary government body managing lending and incentives in the country's ...
 Climate Action4 days ago Sustainable Finance Solutions to Meet India's Ambitious Clean Energy Targets  NRDC Worldview1 month ago India agrees clean energy deals with France and Mongolia  Climate Action1 month ago Jarnail Singh: How business innovation is kick-starting off-grid energy in India  The Climate Group1 month ago

SECI invites bidding for 50MW PV plant in Kerala

The Solar energy Corporation of India (SECI) has issued an invitation for bidders to develop of a 50MW solar power plant in Kerala. The tender is for the design, EPC, erection, testing, commissioning and operations and maintenance of the plant ...
 PV-Tech1 week ago Indian state Uttarakhand launches solar tender for 170MW despite limited potential  PV-Tech2 weeks ago India's solar power generation plan hits a snag  DAWN Group3 weeks ago Adani plans 1GW solar project in Jharkhand, state targets 2GW by 2020  PV-Tech3 weeks ago
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