TRAI paves the way for greater consolidation in telecom

The telecom watchdog Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has recently recommended to the department of telecom (DoT) to increase the caps on the spectrum holding in all telecom circles. For instance, TRAI has said that there should be no...

Andhra Pradesh to buy solar power from Kadapa plant

Akey state utility has reversed its stand and will buy solar power from a large project, although at a lower rate than initially proposed, giving a boost to the renewable energy sector, which was being derailed by monopolistic distribution...

NelsonHall positions L&T Technology Services in the leaders category for IoT services

L&T Technology Services Limited, a leading global pure-play engineering services company announced that it has been positioned in the Leaders Category by independent global research firm, NelsonHall in its latest NEAT evaluation for Internet of Things (IoT) services providers....

Hearing on anti-dumping probe into solar equipment imports on December 12

Indian solar energy industry remains divided even as the government has moved closer to a decision on whether or not to impose anti-dumping duty on imports of solar cells and modules from China, Malaysia and Taipei. The Directorate General of...

Schneider provides solar lights to 350 families in Kargil

Schneider Electric India on Tuesday said the firm, along with non-government organisations, has provided solar lights to 350 households in Kargil, Jammu and Kashmir. Under its rural electrification project, SEIF & SHIF contributed Mobiya range of portable solar lights to...

First Tata EV for India likely to come next year

Tata Motors has finally hinted at the possibility of launching an EV in India. The manufacturer has already bagged an order to deliver 350 Tata Tigor EVs to EESL by December 2017 followed by 9,000 units in the second...

China blamed as solar auctions plunge 51 pct quarter on quarter

Increase in Chinese solar module prices has adversely impacted the frequency of auctions in the sector. According to a report released by research firm Mercom on Tuesday, a total of 1,232 MW of solar projects were auctioned in Q2FY18, down...

India Signs Loan Agreement with World Bank worth $100 Million for Solar Parks Project

A Guarantee Agreement for IBRD/CTF loan of USD 98 million and Grant Agreement for USD 2 million for the “Shared Infrastructure for Solar Parks Project” was signed with the World Bank on Monday, November 20th, by  Sameer Kumar Khare,...

Oral hearing on India’s solar anti-dumping investigation to be held on 30 November

An oral hearing on India’s anti-dumping investigation into imports of solar cells and modules from China, Taiwan and Malaysia will be held on 30 November. The Directorate General of Anti-Dumping & Allied Duties (DGAD) has issued a notification to the...

Wipro Lighting collaborates with Cisco on smart lighting solutions for modern workspaces

Wipro Lighting, the market leader in LED Lighting Solutions announced that it has become a Cisco Digital Building Solutions provider for connected lighting. This collaboration brings together Wipro’s industry leading Smart & Connected Lighting systems and Cisco® Digital Building...

Haier ACs, fridges cost to go up by 12 per cent

Consumer appliances and electronic goods maker Haier India will soon hike prices of its refrigerators and air conditioners by up to 12 per cent due to spike in raw material costs. According to PTI, Haier India President Eric Braganza told...

Emerson launches $4.1m IoT facility

The launch of the US$3 million (S$4.1 million) facility in Pandan Crescent yesterday came as part of Emerson's drive to make Singapore a hub for the delivery of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies and services for customers across Asia-Pacific. The...

Government likely to propose 10 percent duty on imported mobile phones

The Indian government is planning to charge a customs duty of minimum 10 percent on mobile smartphones that are imported under the Goods and Service Tax rule. The idea is to keep hold of benefits bestowed to domestic manufacturing...

Government plans global tender for solar projects

The government is planning to invite a global tender, said to be the world’s largest, for setting up 20 GW (gigawatts) capacity of solar power projects. The move, first of its kind in the country, will be floated by...

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Govt to float tender for adding 20GW of solar energy capacity

The government plans to seek bids globally for 20 GW of solar generation capacity by companies ready to set up manufacturing facilities in India. According...

Everlight gains LED street lamp deals in India

Everlight Electronics Co, a Taiwanian LED manufacturing company, has secured deals to provide LED street lamps to southern states in India, the company said...

High GST likely to hurt Make in India electronics goal

Prime Minister Modi’s flagship Make In India plan could be hurt by the GST rates that have been set for electronics as some rates make it...

Uber to partner with Mahindra for electric vehicles in India

Automaker Mahindra & Mahindra has entered into a partnership with Uber India to deploy electric vehicles on the US cab aggregator’s platform, beginning with...

Nokia looks beyond telecom to expand business in India

In a bid to insulate itself from the ongoing crisis in the Indian telecom sector, networking major Nokia is diversifying its portfolio beyond mobile...
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