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Solar Energy and EV Charging Infrastructure

With the push to move to electric mobility at a national scale, and with the government being very enthusiastic about deployment of electric vehicles, the electronic industry can expect to see a lot of activity around indigenous development and manufacturing. While electric vehicles are being worked upon by major OEMs, an ecosystem for development of […]

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Solar Technology Versus Fossil Fuels. Is Endgame here?

Over last few decades, scientists are trying to come up with innovative and efficient ways to utilize energy from the sun. From times immemorial, humans across different civilisations have worshipped the sun as a God due to its various life-giving properties, and rightfully so. We have been using sun for its heating and lighting properties […]

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Solis Reopens in China on February 10

Solis or Ginlong (Solis) as it is called in China, has become one of the earliest firms in the sector to restart operations after the shutdown caused by the Coronavirus and measures taken to combat it. The return to normalcy is a critical sign of the overall sector returning back to work, considering China’s role […]

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Startup Feature – Cell Propulsion

Total employees: 30 Key operational areas (Products, Regions, Clients) The company is poised to drive massive growth of nascent heavy electric commercial vehicle market and capture its major share. It is developing connected, electric powertrains for electric buses. They will be used to electrify the fleets of 12m, 16ton city transport buses. The company is […]

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Should Safeguard Duty Expiry in July be Replaced with Fresh Tariffs on Solar Imports from China and Malaysia?

Safeguard duty, which was implemented by the government in July 2018 with an aim to protect the domestic solar manufacturing, is going to be wrapped up in July this year. In-line with this, the Directorate General of Trade Remedies (DGTR) has already initiated a review investigation for considering continuance of safeguard duty on solar cells […]

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Solar Rooftop: Over to the States

The Missing Player Rooftop Solar. Right up till 2014, when India shifted gears in solar with an ambitious new target and a new focus on utility scale solar, solar usually meant rooftop solar, or even solar water heaters and other distributed solar products. And this was not because we had a lot of rooftop solar […]

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The Role of AI and ML in Solar Energy

Climate change is one of the biggest threats that humanity is currently facing. With these challenges which lie before the government and various energy solution providers, it has become imperative for them to provide a sustainable mode of renewable energy. This has also made renewable energy to be an alternative source of energy compared to […]

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Digitalization of the Solar Photovoltaic Energy Industry and Why Energy Analytics is Important

Just like every other industry, the solar photovoltaic energy sector stands to benefit from digitalization significantly. More so, when sustainability concerns are compelling business to turn towards renewable sources and keep pace with the growing energy demands of the world. Emerging technologies such as the Internet of Things, Cloud Computing, and Data Analytics are enabling […]

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Startup Feature – RACEnergy

Brief details Total employees: 10 Key operational areas (Products, Regions, Clients): The company is making electric conversion kits for three-wheelers and battery swapping stations. It is targeting to launch its products in urban areas, especially Tier 1 cities. The company does direct sales to auto-rickshaw drivers and is also looking to partner with OEMs to […]

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