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Analyzing the achievement of Renewable Energy Targets

Published: 05/25/2017

Infraline Energy Noida India has set an ambitious target of 175 GW renewable power capacity additions by 2022. As Infraline Energy infers that the GoI has been introducing and modifying schemes and initiatives with continuous review on the existing mechanisms for the active participation of developers across all sources of renewable energy

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Roadblocks in Pursuit of Success: For Indian Upstream Sector

Published: 05/15/2017

Shashi Garg Infraline Risks are uncertain but can surely be managed to minimize the after effects of the event. For an investor to hit any format of business, it’s important to quantify hurdles in the initial phase of the investment for the efficient combating to go forward.

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Alternative mode of transportation: Need of an Hour

Published: 05/12/2017

Infraline Energy CEO After independence, India has grown its road network rapidly and became 2nd largest road network in the world, as population also grown and it makes India 2nd largest populated country which leads to the high demand of vehicle.

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Demand for Renewable Energy Certificate will increase significantly

Published: 05/05/2017

Infraline Energy Renewable Energy Certificate market shows step rise in terms of volume redeemed through Power exchange for the month of April 2017. The volume of Solar REC redeemed through exchange in April 2017 is 208,402 eight times more than the previous year volume (25,653) for the same period. Volume of Non-Solar REC redeemed 538,371 and total REC redeemed 746,773 as compare to 290,457 and 316,110 for the previous year same period.

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Impact of Goods & Services Tax (GST) on the Power Sector

Published: 05/05/2017

Infraline Energy CEO Goods & Services Tax (GST), the combined goods and services tax and the strongest economic reform in the country after 1991, will subsume all the indirect taxes on goods and services imposed by the Centre and the State under a single umbrella. GST is aimed at simplifying the taxation regime, doing away with multiple/cascading effect of taxations on the final price of a product and thus will bring in efficiencies in the country. There might be some heartburn’s like inflation in the early days of

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