Author: Manu Tayal

WTO: US Challenges Ruling Favouring India on Solar

According to the WTO communication “the US hereby notifies its decision to appeal to the appellate body certain issues of law covered in the report of the panel in the US – certain measures relating to the renewable energy sector and certain legal interpretations developed by the panel”. Taking another step towards trade war brewing […]

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Sungrow Supplies Central Inverters for Argentina’s Largest Solar Plant

Also, the project is expected to supply approximately 240 GWh of clean energy to the Argentinean power system every year. One of the global leading inverter supplier for renewable, Sungrow has supplied its 1500Vdc central inverter solutions for Argentina’s largest solar plant. The 100.1 MWp solar plant came online in Cafayate of Salta Province in […]

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EESL Operationalises Over 5 Lakh Smart Meters Across India

The meters will enhance consumer convenience and also rationalise electricity consumption. Under Smart Meter National Programme (SMNP), government-backed Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) has successfully installed more than 5 lakh smart meters in Uttar Pradesh (UP), Delhi, Haryana, Bihar and Andhra Pradesh. These meters will enhance consumer convenience and also rationalise electricity consumption. Commenting on […]

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AMP Energy India Begins Construction on UP’s 120MW Open Access Solar Project

The company said the estimated investment on the project is expected to be Rs 5 billion and it will be one of the largest open access solar energy projects in the state. Renewable energy power producer AMP Energy India has commenced the construction of 120 MWp open access solar power project in the state of […]

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Tata Power-DDL, CEEW Ink Pact to Accelerate RE in Delhi’s Micro-Grids

This collaboration will also help in achieving Delhi’s 1 GW target of solar generation by 2020 and 2 GW by 2025, in accordance with the DERC guidelines for the implementation of group net metering and virtual net metering framework. In order to evaluate and accelerate the integration of decentralised renewable energy into Delhi’s power grid, […]

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Six More Cities Now Get EESL’s Super-Efficient ACs

These ACs will undergo no de-rating even at 43oC, which leads to continuous effective cooling even at high temperatures up to 52 oC. After introducing first-of-its-kind super-efficient Air Conditioners (ACs) for Delhi consumers, the government-backed Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL) has expanded this programme to six more cities i.e. Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Chennai and […]

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Air India SATS, Visaka Industries Join Hands for Solar Roofing Solutions

This off-grid solution can work up to 6 hours with-holding a weight of over 300 kgs on the roof, and powers 2 air conditioners of 0.75 tons each. In a bid to offer solutions that can save significant amount of energy, publicly traded company Visaka Industries has provided its integrated solar roofing system, ATUM, to […]

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Tata Power, Tata Motors to Setup 300 EV Charging Stations in 5 Cities

These charging stations will be installed in Mumbai, Delhi, Pune, Bangalore and Hyderabad by the end of the financial year 2020. Tata Group’s two leading arms i.e. electric utility giant Tata Power and automotive manufacturer Tata Motors have entered into a partnership to install 300 fast charging stations across five key cities. These charging stations […]

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IIC Goes Solar with Tata Power to Save Rs 11 Lakh Yearly on Electricity Bill  

This plant was set up with an investment of about Rs 30 lakh by the company under its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative. With an aim to contribute towards environment conservation and to promote clean and green energy, India International Centre (IIC), which is one of the most premier cultural institutions of the country, has […]

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