To ensure their continued viability, nearly 8 GW of solar PV projects have been granted an extension by the Ministry of New and renewable Energy (MNRE).
The Indian Government must be feeling generous: Just weeks after it postponed safeguard duties, it has now granted a six month extension in the commissioning deadlines for PV projects developed with viability gap funding (VGF) under the National Solar Mission (NSM). They cover 750 MW under Batch I; 2 GW under Batch III; and 5 GW under Batch IV of NSM Phase II.
Read the full article on pv magazine India.
Source PV Magazine