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Bihar Planning to Have 2 GW Solar Power by 2022, says Sushil Modi

The state government is committed to producing 2000 MW (2 GW) of electricity through solar energy by 2022. The two power plants are slated to be commissioned by 2022 and each will produce 350MW of electricity using solar energy. As decided by the government of Bihar, the power plants situated at Pirpainti in Bhagalpur and Kajra […]

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Maharashtra Plans Swiss Challenge Method for Floating Solar Power Bids

The Swiss challenge system says anyone with the suitable credentials can submit a development proposal to the government for the projects. Thereafter the proposal will be put online and the other interesting parties can suggest the changes in the proposal. Also, they can oppose it. To finalize a bidder to set up the floating solar […]

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Viz-A-Viz with Dinesh Chadha, CEO – Electro Control Systems

Q. Please tell our readers more about ECS, its products & services. ECS was founded in 1989 and has grown into a multi dimensional organisation. ECS was initially into manufacturing of Electrical power and control/automation panels for various industries such as Paper, cement, utilities, material handling, oil and gas and exports, among others. With the […]

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Sixteen Companies Compete for Four Solar Plants in Maan

With the total capacity of 200 MW Jordan has received 16 technical and financial offers to develop four solar power plants in Maan. With the total capacity of 200 MW Jordan has received 16 technical and financial offers to develop four solar power plants in Maan. “said Amani Al Azzam, Secretary General, Jordan’s Ministry of […]

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Indian Railways to Provide Rooftop Solar Panels at More Stations

It has planned to source 500 MW solar energy by providing rooftop solar panels at its railway stations and other buildings. In a move to go green, Indian Railways (IR) has planned to provide solar panels at many of its railway stations. Railway Ministry in reply to a question in Rajya Sabha said, it has […]

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Why a Performance Guarantee is Guaranteed Underperformance

Sorrebh Samdani, Applications Engineering Manager at infiswift Many in the solar industry view the performance guarantee as an assurance that PV projects will produce the maximum amount of energy. While the performance guarantee does ensure that a PV project will produce above a minimum threshold, it does not ensure that it will perform to its […]

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The Dark Truth of QCA: Who is Paying Whose Penalty?

By Abhk Kumar Das, Del2infinity Energy Consulting The solar and wind power generation shows a promising future in India. But due to the variability and intermittency, large scale renewable energy penetration in existing grid is a challenge and the proper policy and regulatory mechanisms, technological solutions and institutional structures are key issues in solar and […]

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India Asset Examined to Exit SkyPower Global by ReNew, Greenko, Hero

SkyPower won contracts to set up three solar ventures of 50 MW each in Madhya Pradesh in June 2015 and four tasks of 50 MW each in Telangana in August that year. No less than three Indian engineers are looking at the advantages of Canadian sustainable power source organization SkyPower Global, which intends to leave India […]

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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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