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Reuters
April 22, 2016
US renewable energy company SunEdison Inc expects to finalise within two months partners for around 1.7 gigawatts of planned projects in India, its Asia head told Reuters on Friday, hours after the company filed for bankruptcy protection at home.


By Anilesh S. Mahajan
Delhi, April 16, 2016
At present India has just over 10 GW of solar projects under development, with cumulative solar installations of 5,632 MW and about 8.4 GW expected to be auctioned off over the next few months.


Tommy Wilkes and Sumeet Chatterjee
New Delhi/Mumbai, November 24, 2015
The move is unlikely to lead to a complete retreat from India, which is looking to boost renewable energy output significantly to help to address the country's chronic power shortages.


Anilesh S. Mahajan
May 6, 2015
Higher investments in R&D in solar manufacturing will help India compete with imported solar modules on both cost and technology in the long run.


IANs
New Delhi, February 16, 2015
SunEdison said it would build 15,200 MW of solar and wind power capacity by 2022, while First Solar made a commitment to develop 5,000 MW by 2019.


www.businesstoday.in
July 14, 2014
Pashupathy Gopalan, President and Managing director Asia, SunEdison says the 12th Five Year Plan requires close to a trillion dollars for the infrastructure space. The electricity industry needs $750 mn in the next 15 years. Gopalan was speaking at Business Today's Power Breakfast held at Trident Chennai in association with The Oberoi Group.


www.businesstoday.in
July 9, 2014
Business Today spoke to Pashupathy Gopalan, President, SunEdison Asia Pacific, Middle East and South Africa on his expectations from  Budget 2014.


N. Madhavan
Delhi, July 16, 2014
Indian companies have mastered the art of managing with little and finding ingenious ways to overcome shortages. Business Today's Power Breakfast discusses if the Narendra Modi government can bring about a change.


N. Madhavan
June 23, 2014
A strong panel of corporate honchos at Business Today's Power Breakfast held at Trident Chennai agreed that policy clarity and consistency, long term outlook, improving the ease of doing business and reducing corruption will help India in infrastructure development.


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