Solar sector needs new debt instruments to bring down cost of capital: Rajya Ghei, CEO, Hindustan Clean Energy

New Delhi, September 24, 2016: The Regulators & Policymakers Retreat (RPR) hosted by IPPAI with an overarching theme of India – meeting the Aspiration? focused on the 360 degrees of the Indian power sector, both the challenges and its solutions. Eminent panelists like Rajyawardhan Ghei, CEO, Domestic Solar Hindustan Power; Kasi Viswanathan Director , Solon GmbH; Monika Rathi, Head – Business Development Products, Mahindra Susten with the moderator Parag Sharma, COO ReNew Wind Power debated various points that were impeding the growth of Renewables in India.  ...
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Hindustan Power awarded ‘Best Solar Developer’ by IPPAI during 17th Regulators and Policy Makers Retreat

New Delhi, September 26, 2016: Hindustan Power - India’s leading integrated power player – has been awarded the ‘Best Solar Developer’ by the Indian Power Producers Association of India” during its 17th Regulator and Policy makers Retreat. The jury comprising of Prof. S L Rao, Former Chairman, CERC; HL Bajaj, Former member, Appellate Tribunal for Electricity; Rakesh Nath, Former Member, Appellate Tribunal for Electricity; Rakesh Nath, Former Member, Appellate Tribunal for Electricity; V Subramanian, Former Secretary, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE); Aj...
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Sardar Sukhbir Singh Badal Dy CM, Punjab inaugurates Punjab’s largest single location solar power plant of 31.5 MW in Mansa

Plant built by Hindustan Power at an investment of INR 202.4 crores using “leasing of land” mode to promote entrepreneurial attitude Company to commission a 50 MW solar power plant at an investment of Rs 300 crores during the year The energy generated from the 31.5 solar plant can power approx. 24,000 households per year   29th September 2016, Mansa, Punjab: The largest single location solar power plant in Punjab with a capacity of 31.5 MW built by Hindustan Power was inaugurated by Sardar Sukhbir Singh Badal, Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister of Punjab....
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India needs reliable power, time to revive coal-based generation: Ravi Arya, President, Hindustan Power

New Delhi, September 23, 2016: Talking at the 17th Regulators & Policy Makers Retreat organized IPPAI, Ravi Arya, President Thermal said, “With more than one-third of the country’s coal-based power capacity lying idle, it is time to revive the demand. The current government has made policy changes to benefit the overall power sector and now it is working to revive the stranded assets. The discoms which is a vital part of power supply-chain is facing severe financial distress and the regulators should now focus to solve this challenge.”   Mr Arya also sa...
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