Tags: Solar modules

Investing Renewables Infesting Fossils

Renewable Energy Sector as a Future Investment Model With increasing technological advancements, renewable energies are having a significant impact. Renewable energy is becoming increasingly viable, a trend that could potentially be a game-changer for investors, particularly large scale, global investors. The International Energy Agency projected that renewable energy will continue to grow by 42 percent […]

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Sunil Rathi, Director Sales & Marketing | WAAREE ENERGIES

Q. First and foremost, could you brief a little about Waaree’s current business presence in the Indian solar market? Waaree has been a techno-leader when it comes to innovation in solar domain. Talking about company’s current business portfolio in the Indian solar market, Waaree has been ardently working towards delivering superior product line laden with […]

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Top 5 Reasons Your Solar System May Not be Performing to its Full Potential

By: Sorrebh Samdani, P.E., Applications Engineering Manager, infiswift Understanding solar system performance is complicated because it has a complex relationship with weather and equipment configuration. You may generate more energy than a previous year and more than the installer promised, but that doesn’t mean the system is performing to its full potential. It could still […]

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Operation & Maintenance Testing Equipments

Globally, we now have a total of 305GW of solar power installed, up from around 50GW in 2010 and virtually nothing at the turn of the millennium. The experts have termed this growth “very significant” and have spoken briefly on the need to have solar power as an important measure for the world to meet […]

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Solar Modules Stranded at Indian Ports Because of Import Duty Altercation

Solar modules worth more than $150 million are stuck at different Indian ports because of a disagreement about their grouping and the import charge connected to them. Solar modules worth more than $150 million are stuck at different Indian ports because of a disagreement about their grouping and the import charge connected to them, sources […]

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The Photovoltaik-Institut Berlin (PI Berlin) to Acquire 100 Percent Shares in SolarBuyer

SolarBuyer has been a well-respected player in the US market for technical risk management and quality assurance services since 2011. As of January 1, 2018, the Photovoltaik-Institut Berlin (PI Berlin) will acquire 100 percent of the shares in the US company SolarBuyer. SolarBuyer is a leading provider of risk management and quality assurance services for […]

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Mumbai Temple Harnesses Solar Power to Reduce Annual Power Bills By 40 Percent

The prominent Manas Mandir derasar in Shahapur has installed solar rooftop panels that will reduce pollution and save 40 percent of its annual cost of electricity. Many Mosques and temples in several parts of India have started to harness electricity from renewable energy sources. This time, the prominent temple in Mumbai, Manas Mandir derasar in […]

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ADB Grants 44.76 Million Dollars Loan to Develop Solar Power Plant in Afghanistan

The new on-grid solar power generation project will not only provide access to a clean and reliable power supply, but also demonstrate the viability of future renewable energy investments through public-private partnerships. The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a $44.76 million grant to develop Afghanistan’s first 20 megawatts on-grid solar power plant and boost […]

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