Author: Anirudh Sharma

Jinko Solar’s Q2 Net Profit Jumps 2653% QoQ

Jinko Solar’s net profit has shown an increase of 2653 percent over the previous quarter and 109 percent over the Q2 of 2017. Solar module shipments and revenues of Jinko Solar for Q2 of 2018 increased 38.7% sequentially to 2,794MW, mainly driven by continuous demand and new product launches. Significantly, Jinko Solar’s net profit has […]

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DEGER, KAVITSU Group Sign Joint Venture to Make Solar Trackers

The joint venture with KAVITSU Group has marked DEGER’s debut in the Indian solar market. World’s leading solar tracking systems provider, DEGER Energie and Maharashtra based gear drives manufacturer, KAVITSU Group India have entered in a joint venture (JV) to developing solar tracking systems. The joint venture with KAVITSU Group has marked DEGER’s debut in […]

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NIWE Conducts India’s First LiDAR Test to Track Wind Power

The Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) machine was placed 23 km from the coast of Gujarat for a period of 8 months. In a bid to tap the most potential source of wind power, National Institute of Wind Energy (NISE) has successfully conducted India’s first LiDAR based wind power test off the Gulf of Khambhat […]

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India’s First Solar Powered Ferry Between Aldona-Panaji

The solar powered ferry move came in as a result of repeated stress by the transport minister Nitin Gadkari to use alternative fuels for running vehicles. Renewable energy service in India has finally made it to the inland waterways as a solar-powered ferry is planned to carry passengers across Goa’s Aldona-Panaji water route. PWD Minister […]

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AMU Conducts ‘Grid Connected Solar PV Rooftop’ Workshop

AMU workshop is aimed at providing basic information on solar PV rooftop and raise awareness among entrepreneurs on the concept, design and components with specific focus on technical architecture of solar PV rooftop system. Aligarh Muslim University AMU, conducts a five-day ‘Grid Connected Solar PV rooftop Workshop’ under its ‘Green Initiative’. The Department of Electrical […]

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Will Facebook Run All on Renewable Energy in Two Years?

World’s largest social networking website, Facebook, in 2015, had set the target of running 50 percent of its facilities on renewable energy by 2018. Facebook has recently set a target of running completely on renewable energy. The market experts on analyzing its previous targets of being 50 percent renewable dependent by 2018 has speculated an […]

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Solar Power Efficiency May Evolve Tweaking Plant Machinery

The Solar power researchers were able to split oxygen and hydrogen from water using the method of photosynthesis. Academicians of University of Cambridge have developed a unique method of harnessing solar power by tweaking the plant’s machinery used for the process of photosynthesis. The researchers were able to split oxygen and hydrogen from water using […]

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NLCIL Buildings get Solar Panels for Renewable Energy

NLCIl solar installation is the part of its commitment to to produce 4,251 megawatt through solar and wind energy. Pushing the use of renewable energy, Government of India’s Neyveli Lignite Corporation of India (NLCIL) has got installed solar panels on seven office buildings at a cost of Rs. 5.49 crore. NLCIl solar installation is the […]

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EU Exempts China from Import Restrictions; Mulls Restricting US

EU’s move of withdrawing restrictions came in after Brussels and Beijing mull to be more defensive of the U.S solar markets being more cooperative in their own trade policies. European Union (EU)has lifted five-year old protectionism restrictions on solar panel imports from China paving way to protecting the domestic developers and manufacturers from the U.S. […]

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