Solar Energy Articles

Rural Electrification- Another Feather in India’s Cap

After India took over driver’s seat and successfully parks the car of International Solar Alliance (ISA) Summit in March this year, Asia’s third largest economy continued its rollercoaster ride in April too, and once again scripted history by hitting the target of electrifying all villages ahead of the deadline. In 2014, when Narendra Modi chaired […]

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Anti-Dumping & Safeguard Duties- A Cloud of Uncertainty Still Remain to be Cleared

Despite a significant move taken by the Indian government a month ago, to promote the power of solar in tackling climate change globally, where, India took centre stage by leading the bunch of nations from across the globe during the International Solar Alliance (ISA) founding ceremony. India, too, is dealing with various bottlenecks on domestic […]

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Introduction to Floating PV Plant

Renewable energy sources are of prime importance as they would power our future. Solar energy power plant which utilises the sun’s energy needs adequate space for installation. It is a well-known fact that out of the 510 million Km2 surface area of earth, a mere (appx.) 29% is covered with land. Additionally (at some locations) […]

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How Many Chinese Module Suppliers can Compete with JinkoSolar, Outside China?

Since Chinese investments into major cell and module facilities started – more than 10 years ago – success ultimately has been driven by overseas market-share gains, above other technical or financial benchmarks that otherwise would be expected. However, despite the efforts of well over 50 Chinese cell/module makers (where the cut-off is including those with […]

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Metallization Paste for a Constantly Evolving Substrate

Introduction A lot of focus in the Photovoltaics (PV) industry is placed on the performance and reliability of final assembled modules and systems. However, further upstream there are hundreds of critical pieces that need to come together first. With >90% of the world’s installed PV being crystalline silicon-based [1], one of the key components is […]

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Need of Hour: Reduce | Reuse | Recycle

What happens to all the “green” infrastructure when it reaches the end of its life? The question is how will India dispose 100 gigawatt (GW) worth of solar panels in the next 20 years? While the production of solar energy is green, is there a well thought out and environment-friendly plan for end-of-life treatment of […]

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International Solar Alliance: A Rollercoaster Ride for Indian Solar

Indian solar sector witnesses sharp momentum in the past four years under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In 2014, when he took office, India had 3 GW of solar power, which now turned to nearly seven-times of that, or 20 GW, by the end of FY18. India’s efforts towards solar sector came into […]

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Anti-Dumping & Safeguard Duty: A Battle Still Remain to be Fought on the Ground

Inspite of, the Directorate General of Anti-Dumping (DGAD) has recently terminated the anti-dumping probe on import of solar cells and modules from China, Taiwan and Malaysia on the back of current petition withdrawn by the Indian Solar Manufacturers Association (ISMA) itself in March FY18. There’s still a journey of rocky road ahead to be travelled […]

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Nuclear Power and Renewables Propelling Clean Power Generation

The highlight of the ‘Paris Agreement’ at the United Nation’s COP21 global climate conference held in late-2015 was its ‘binding’ aspects for the signatory countries. Although partial in their scope, these constitute a more decisive step compared to the earlier global climate summits. To make the emission reduction commitments made by nations, called ‘Intended Nationally […]

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