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Mumbai | October 17, 2016 16:38 IST

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Oct 17 2016 5:24PM

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Monday, Oct 17 2016

Rural Marketing
Monday, Oct 17 2016

Financial Express
Oct 13 2016

Voice of Jaipur
Date: 25/10/2016 | Edition: Jaipur

Indian Express
Date: 26/10/2016 | Edition: Jaipur

Andra Jyothi
Date: 17/11/2016 | Edition: Hyderabad

Eenadu
Date: 17/11/2016 | Edition: Hyderabad

Sakshi
Date: 17/11/2016 | Edition: Hyderabad

The Hindu
Date: 17/11/2016 | Edition: Hyderabad

Power Watch
Date: 26/11/2016 | Edition: National

 

White papers on developing a road map for achieving 60,000 MW wind power capacity by year 2022. read more

Joining Forces

Gamesa and Siemens have signed binding agreements for the merger of Siemens's wind power business with Gamesa. This merger will give rise to a leading global wind player, with aggregate worldwide installed capacity of 69 GW. The two companies' businesses are highly complementary in terms of geographic presence and product/technology portfolios. After the transaction closes, Siemens will hold 59 percent of the share capital while Gamesa's existing shareholders will hold 41 percent. The Indian market will continue to remain one of the key assets of Gamesa under the new merged company.

June 20, 2016

Wind energy evacuation picks up, 3,500 MW generated in State on Monday

Wind energy investors in the State have reasons to celebrate. The peak windy season has started and evacuation of wind energy has improved so far this year.

May 25, 2016

India ranks 3rd in 'Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index'

The so-called 'emerging' markets now represent half of the countries in the 40-strong index, including four African markets featuring in the top 30.

May 16, 2016

Wind energy developers must secure power grid connectivity

The Renewable Energy Ministry's draft guidelines for the development of onshore wind power projects lays the onus of securing grid connectivity and transportation on the developers, which experts say could dampen investor interest in the sector.

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