Author: Anirudh Sharma

Vikram Solar Marks Inauguration of 10 MW ONGC Solar Project in Gujarat

Vikram solar plant has been built to meet the Renewable Power obligation (RPO) of ONGC for Gujarat region and is intended for its captive power usage. Adding to its solar power portfolio, leading solar developer Vikram Solar has commissioned a 10 MW solar power plant at ONGC’s Dhaej, Gandhar & Hazira plant in Gujarat. The […]

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New Jersey Power Utility to Examine Nautilus Offshore Wind Power Project Plan

The small-scale Nautilus Offshore Wind Power project, expected to be comprised of three wind turbines with a combined capacity of up to 25 megawatts (MW), is a crucial first step towards implementing the Offshore Wind Economic Development Act. The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities has officially accepted the application tendered by EDF Renewables and Fishermen’s Energy […]

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Action towards ‘Climate Change’ Can Add At least $26 Trillion to World Economy

The report released by the global body states that the society is significantly undermining the benefits of cleaner, climate-smart growth under climate change initiative. International initiative to examine economy and climate change, Global Commission on the Economy and Climate has asserted that a productive action towards addressing climate change can add USD 26 trillion to […]

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MNRE Opines Trimming Commissioning Period for Solar Projects

The developers have put up concerns over the suggestion given by MNRE as shortening the period to develop solar projects would pressurize the developers and would pose quality issues. Making the solar developers unhappy, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has proposed to cut short the commissioning period for solar projects in order to […]

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NISE to Organize ‘Programme on prospects for Start – Ups in Solar Energy Technologies’

NISE is aiming at letting the participants equip with the scope and business opportunities in solar photovoltaic, solar thermal and solar water pumping technologies. In line with the Startup India Initiative by the Government of India, National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE) is organizing a five-day Programme on prospects for Start–Ups in Solar Energy Technologies […]

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Tata Power Hits 0.8 Million ‘Digital-Only’ Customers

32 percent of Tata Power customers are now being catered through digital medium such as smart phones. Having pushed the digitized approach to cater its customers best, Tata Power has achieved 0.8 million digital-only customers out of its 3.2 million clientele. Moreover, 32 percent of Tata Power total customers are now being catered through digital […]

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Energy Harvesting Chip Market to Approach $3.4bn by 2022: Semico Research

A broad range of markets will employ energy harvesting to either replace batteries or extend battery life. In an addition to the evidences to show that alternate sources of energy are going to be consumed more than ever in near future, a research report by Arizona based market researcher, Semico Research shows that the energy […]

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‘Black Silicon’ Helps Reduce Solar Panel Cost

The black silicon technology can only reduce the costs of solar components till a certain limit. Taking a step towards cost considerations of solar modules, researchers at Aalto University have found a way to reduce production costs of solar cells by more than 10 percent by using ‘black silicon’. Moreover, creating Nano-textures on silicon with […]

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Fossil Fuels Won’t Last Long: Suresh Prabhu on Renewable Energy

The cost of renewable energy is inversely proportional to the amount of its generation in India. As the country proceed with more generation of renewable energy the costs of development will gradually reduce. Speaking at a function of International Solar Alliance (ISA) Innovation and Investment Forum, Union Minister Suresh Prabhu stressed upon the need to increase […]

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