Solar Energy Blog

After a Lull 2017, India’s Solar Power Sector is Rising Again

With rising solar panel costs and other issues, the sector had witnessed a sharp decline in late months of 2017. The Indian solar power sector started on a good note in 2018. The good thing is that solar industry now has over 4,000 megawatts (MW) of projects that it is going to bid for and […]

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Dealing With Cracks in India’s Solar Dreams

In a first of its kind study in India, scientists from Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB) and National Institute of Solar Energy, New Delhi, conducted a detailed survey at 51 locations across India to check for the degradation in the performance of photovoltaic modules. This study, to establish reliability of the modules, could help […]

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Budget 2018-19: Renewable Energy Industry Largely ‘Unhappy’

Overall, the Union Budget 2018 is average but still, the government can focus to solve problems faced by industry players in the current year so that India can fulfill its green energy ambitious goals on time. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley rolled out its much-anticipated Union Budget 2018-19 in parliament on 1 February 2018. With national polls […]

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Is Trump’s Tariff a Big Deal For Solar Industry ?

The safeguard tariff on imported solar modules and cells issued by US administration begins at 30 percent in the first year, declines to 25 percent in the second, 20 percent in the third and ends at 15 percent in the fourth. Since US President Donald Trump made the announcement to impose 30 percent tariffs on […]

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Is Pollution in India Hindering Its Solar Energy Goals ?

The two common scenario India and China are going through are an expansion of solar energy supply and the immense increase in PM 2.5 and other pollutants. India is aggressively trying to replace the conventional sources of energy and has set a tremendously huge capacity of 100 GW of solar energy to achieve till 2022. […]

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Budget 2018: Why Renewable Sector Needs Innovative Financing

While most of the issues could be addressed with non-budgetary action, it would be sane for the budget 2018 to respond to these issues and to facilitate the smooth process of clean energy targets. The 2018 budget to be presented on 1 February will be the last full-year budget of this government. This budget comes […]

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Wall Mount Solar Panels: How Much Are They Feasible For Indian Climate?

India is now aggressive in nurturing solar power and has set a target of 100 GW of solar power by 2022. After installing solar plants at utility scale and rooftops, recently New-York-based developer Quixotic Systems has set up a 37-kW generation unit on the wall side of Urban Health Plan’s Simpson Pavilion. The hospital’s restricted and […]

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IHS Markit: Global Solar Installations to Pass 100GW in 2018

Market analyst IHS Markit has issued its first forecast for 2018 installations. It expects the global market to surpass the 100 GW mark for the first time ever, hitting 108GW. IHS Markit is predicting another recording breaking year for solar in 2018, forecasting installations to hit 108 GW by the end of the year. The […]

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