India’s Wind Power Industry Unhappy with Renewable Energy Order

[The Hindu Business Line] Wind turbines selling power to the Tamil Nadu Electricity Board will henceforth get Rs 2.75 a unit, a 5 paise increase over the existing tariff. However, wind turbines to be set up hereafter will get Rs 2.90 a unit for the electricity they sell to the electricity board. The Tamil Nadu Electricity Regulatory Commission (TNERC) has given these directions in the tariff order it has passed for buying power from non-conventional energy sources, including wind power, biomass and bagasse-based cogeneration.
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