Regulation

30 Jan 19
New policies should be revealed before the end of January.
30 Jan 19
Gas demand growth could hit 1-2% in the next 10 years, compared to 5-6% over 2010-2014.
30 Jan 19
The bill for PV systems will be calculated on a monthly basis by subtracting the export value from the import value.
29 Jan 19
A leadership shake-up and tougher EU regulations could be dampening the utility’s spirits.
29 Jan 19
It initially proposed to cut feed-in tariffs and amend fee structures that would reduce payments to developers.
28 Jan 19
It will soon approve a policy that could come into effect by 1 April.
28 Jan 19
The duty will be imposed for five years at an amount of $114.58.
23 Jan 19
Falling wind power costs and government support could help, analysts say.
21 Jan 19
But impact could be limited as this is only 0.5% of total demand.
18 Jan 19
Solar PV industry curbs dragged capital costs, and consequently, the total investment poured into the sector.
16 Jan 19
Demand is set to drop by 18% whilst installations are set to plummet by as much as 30%.
16 Jan 19
It cited that it had sufficient capacity lined up for the coming years.
16 Jan 19
It will fall 22% to 13 cents/kWh, the largest decrease since the beginning of the tariff policy.
16 Jan 19
Buyers now need to directly pay for the electricity they receive from sellers.
11 Jan 19
It wants to raise industry competitiveness and rein in subsidy bills.
9 Jan 19
Asia Pacific countries have a raging appetite for wind power, but high costs and unattractive feed-in-tariffs mean that not all governments will...
9 Jan 19
This article was co-authored by Ariel Huang and Billy Wu, Associates, LCS & Partners.
8 Jan 19
It required the intermediary to have knowledge of competitive public bidding.
21 Dec 18
The submission date for technical bids has been transferred from 19 December to 2 January.
19 Dec 18
The culprit? Recent auction cancellations and higher solar prices.
19 Dec 18
Manufacturers shifted production to Southeast Asia amidst the US’ anti-dumping and anti-subsidy duties.
12 Dec 18
Queensland, Victoria, and New South Wales took the lead in investment and capacity additions.
12 Dec 18
The government is chasing the full electrification deadline on 31 December.
7 Dec 18
It will support localised planning for the use of renewables on the island.
7 Dec 18
Gujarat is allowing Adani, Tata, and Essar to pass higher costs of coal to consumers.
5 Dec 18
Three financiers agreed to fund two 1,000MW coal plants for $1.67b.
5 Dec 18
Officials cited factors such as lower supply for hydropower plants and gas fields.
5 Dec 18
Curtailment rates for wind power should be cut from 12% this year to 10% in 2019.
3 Dec 18
It was taken down in October after inspectors found leaks on the ceiling.
3 Dec 18
It proposed to cut the rate by 12.71% for 2019.
3 Dec 18
The policy is expected to boost the installation of 1GW of PV systems.
3 Dec 18
Its two houses approved a bill that will enable territorial waters for offshore wind generation facilities.
28 Nov 18
Under the proposal, subsidy guarantees for developers could fall to $0.18 per kWh.
28 Nov 18
FDI is now expected to reach up to 100% in 54 sectors.
28 Nov 18
A third of commissioned renewables have yet to receive their subsidy payment.
27 Nov 18
It may not be able to postpone the phase-out of the No.1, No.2, and No.3 nuclear plants.
27 Nov 18
This is amidst concerns of developers dumping waste panels in the country.
27 Nov 18
It released a call for expressions interest by foreign solar manufacturers that want to build production lines in India.
27 Nov 18
The opposition pledged $7b of clean energy funding and 45% of carbon emission cuts as well.
16 Nov 18
It launched a procurement portal, PowerSelect, which also houses electricity futures data.