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Series 1 – Renewable Energy: Solar Regulations in Kerala

Kerala released its Solar Energy Policy in 2013 with a mission to increase the installed capacity of solar to 500 MW by 2017 and 2,500 MW by 2030.

September 24, 2020 • Shivani

Market Views

Fast-Tracking a Low-Carbon Economy by Financing Clean Energy Infrastructure

Access to capital for stimulating renewable energy deployments has been a challenge in the past and continues to be a bottleneck, especially in developing countries.

September 4, 2020 • DE Energy

Leadership in Business

Renewable Energy, Alternative Investment Funds (AIF) and Infrastructure Investment Trusts (InvITs) in India

Through our work on an impending renewable energy AIF, we discovered that we are in fact launching India’s first Renewable Energy AIF.

August 17, 2020 • DE Energy

Market Views

Long term Investments in Renewable Energy – Understanding its Benefits

No investment is without risk. The holy grail lies in striking a balance between high returns & its associated risks. While there are no set formulas to achieve this, three important steps...

July 3, 2020 • DE Energy

Renewable Energy Investment Opportunities in a post COVID-19 world

Market Views

Renewable Energy Investment Opportunities in a post COVID-19 world

According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the human tragedy of the COVID-19 pandemic and global restrictions resulting in business closures and travel prohibitions....

May 21, 2020 • DE Energy

Solar’s Future Is Insanely Cheap (2020)

Market Views

Solar’s Future Is Insanely Cheap (2020)

Solar is plunging in cost faster than anyone, including me, predicted. Today I'm publishing an update of my solar cost forecasts from 2015, with more data & improved methods.

May 20, 2020 • DE Energy

India’s energy options after COVID-19

Market Views

India’s energy options after COVID-19

I write this not long after the US Oil futures contract price was negative. Oil is trading at unprecedented low levels. Low prices are usually a curse for green energy, but this time may be different.

May 7, 2020 • DE Energy

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