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Japan Keen to Increase Cooperation in Energy Sector

Japanese Ambassador Kenji Hiramatsu is looking forward to enhance the cooperation in areas like environmental equipment for coal thermal power plants, grid stabilization, pump-up storage hydro power, smart telecommunication towers, solar irrigation pumps and bio fuels Japan has said its technologies can provide solutions for challenges being faced by India in the energy sector which […]

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Amplus Energy inks PPA deal with Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India for 30MW solar energy

Honda Motorcycles will meet 85 per cent of plant’s energy needs through solar power supplied by Amplus Energy. Amplus Energy Solutions on Thursday announced that it has inked a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) deal with Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India to provide 30MW solar energy. The solar power will be provided to Honda’s Narsapura Karnataka […]

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Solar Energy Installed Capacity Touched 13652 MW : Piyush Goyal

The minister also informed that the States of Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu and Telangana have crossed the solar energy installed capacity of 1 GW, as on 31.07.2017.   Piyush Goyal, Minister of State for Power, Coal & New and Renewable Energy and Mines in a written reply to a question […]

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12 UK and Indian Universities to Build 5 Solar Power Stations in India

The 7 million pound grant is a part of a new solar power project ‘SUNRISE’ aimed at developing printed photovoltaic cells and new manufacturing processes which can be used to make solar energy products in India. A consortium of 12 British and Indian universities, including Oxford and Cambridge, has received a 7-million-pound grant from the […]

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NISE Revises Testing Fees for Concentrated Solar Thermal (CST) systems

NISE has announced that it has revised testing fees of CST Technology effective from 1st August 2017 National  Institute  of  Solar  Energy (NISE) has  announced that it has revised  testing  fees  of  Concentrated  Solar  Thermal  (CST) Technology effective from 1st August 2017. The revised testing fees are as follows:   S. No Type of Testing […]

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NISE organizing 6th Workshop on Prospects for Start-ups in Solar Energy Technologies

The target audience for the workshop  is existing and prospective  Solar  Entrepreneurs,  EPC  contractors,  Graduate  Engineers,  MNRE  channel  partners,  Energy  department  officials  of  Govt  of  India,  Officers  from  state  nodal  Agencies  and  individuals  business  men  interested  in  solar  field notes NISE In line with the Startup India Initiative by the Government of India, NISE is […]

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MPs ask Government to put Adequate Focus on Renewable Sources of Energy

During a discussion on the India Institute of Petroleum and Energy Bill, 2017 in the Lok Sabha, a number of members from the Opposition parties said a majority of leading economies globally are moving towards bio-fuels and renewable sources of energy and India must take similar initiative. Opposition lawmakers has asked the government to put […]

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India-China Tension at border to not affect Solar Sector: Industry

Reports of the border stand-off between India and China continue to hog headlines, one of the concerns raised is whether this would have a bearing on the solar sector in India because local project developers are dependent on solar cells and modules imported from China. As reports of the border stand-off between India and China […]

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Solar and Wind tariff will come down considerably in near future: Govt.

“The department of renewable energy is quite confident that since majority of renewable items are taxed at five per cent GST, the wind and solar power tariff will go down considerably in near future” The solar and wind tariff will come down considerably in the near future, said a government official on Friday. “It will […]

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