Shaken by a decade of political about-turns, the sector hopes a new tendering model will introduce a breath of fresh air

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wind energy sector | Wind energy | Energy


Shreya Jai ​​|
New Delhi



The crises that have rocked the wind energy sector over the past 10 years have calmed the industry today. Sudden policy changes and the unexpected removal of tax benefits not only impacted capacity addition, but also caused market rotation, with smaller players selling out and foreign wind turbine manufacturers closing up shop. Now, in an effort to put the wind back in the industry’s sails, the government has come up with another bidding model, which has raised dim hopes.


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First published: Monday, July 25, 2022. 6:00 p.m. IST

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