Author: Manu Tayal

Solar Power Can Convert India’s Energy Poverty to Energy Prosperity

Over a period of one year, Samuday has invested close to Rs 30 crore towards establishing 14 solar mini grids, supplying power to over 900 households in 15 villages. It has also committed another Rs 3 crore to be spent every year over the next five years towards maintaining these grids.   In a bid […]

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Altus Power Acquires 19 MW Operating Solar Portfolio in 3 US States

The company has acquired the portfolio from a lender through a private foreclosure sale. Greenwich- based Altus Power has completed the acquisition of a multi-state 19 MW operating portfolio of ground-mounted solar assets. The company has acquired the portfolio from a lender through a private foreclosure sale. Further, this 19 MW DC portfolio of solar […]

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Lubi Solar to Install Solar Water Pumps in Nagpur, Pune

“The company has been awarded this contract after successful completion of performance test in record time in stringent condition at farmer’s place,” the spokesperson added. Lubi Solar, which is a division of Lubi Electronics, has bagged an order for installation, commissioning and maintenance of Solar Photovoltaic (SPV) water pumping systems in Nagpur and Pune cities […]

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TERI Prepares Roadmap to Foster Resource Efficiency Policy for India

Improving use of resources, through adoption of a Resource Efficiency strategy, will be key to India’s sustained high growth and enhanced wellbeing. Leading think tank in energy and environment, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), has submitted a detailed reference report on ‘National Resource Efficiency Policy for India’ to the Ministry of Environment, & Forests […]

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How Mobile Solar Pumping System Can Revolutionize Indian Farming

Nowadays, in such cases where farmers are still out of the reach of the electrical grid and don’t have proper irrigation facility, the adoption of solar via innovative ways has helped them in fulfilling their irrigation needs.  Solar has been adopted in rural areas in the country at a rapid pace on the back […]

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MNRE Seeks Views on Draft Specifications & Testing Procedure for Universal Solar Pump Controller

The MNRE has proposed to consider the use of USPC to increase the utility of solar PV system installed for solar water pumps. Therefore, it has formulated the draft specifications and testing procedure for USPC. After inviting suggestions on draft guidelines for lab testing of storage batteries and inverters, the Ministry of New & Renewable […]

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MNRE Invites Suggestions on Draft Guidelines for Series Approval of Inverters for Lab Testing

These guidelines are applicable for SPV based off-grid, grid-tie and hybrid inverters of capacities up-to 150KW. After issuing draft guidelines for storage batteries, the Ministry of New & Renewable Energy (MNRE) has invited comments or suggestions from public and related stakeholders on the guidelines drafted for series approval of inverters for conducting lab testing. Further, […]

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MNRE Eyes Comments on Draft Guidelines for Series Approval of Storage Batteries for Lab Testing

These draft guidelines has been prepared in consultation with the related stakeholders, including experts from test labs, Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), New Delhi and Battery Storage Industry. The Ministry of New & Renewable Energy (MNRE) has sought suggestions or comments from public and related stakeholders on the guidelines drafted for series approval of storage […]

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GE to Supply Benin’s 1st ADMS Grid Soln; Inks 2 Deals in West Africa

As per the deal, the company will build energy systems in Benin and upgrade three substations in Cote d’Ivoire. GE Renewable Energy’s grid solutions business has bagged two contracts in West Africa to provide its energy solutions to help foster economic development and growth in Benin and Cote d’Ivoire. As per the deal, the company […]

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