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New Technologies – Opportunity for Indian Solar Manufacturers

While more solar modules are being installed and the Indian photovoltaic market is growing noticeably, the vast majority of all solar modules, especially solar cells, are still imported from China. Other countries around the world also source their solar modules in China but there seems to be a shift in thinking. In view of the […]

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Mono vs Poly – A climatic study in cold zones

The first part of the article “Mono vs Poly – An introspective simulation study” introduced the types of crystalline technology, the need for this study, the methodology we followed and detailed discussion of 4 climatic zones. This part would educate the readers on the results of the remaining two climactic zones. Further, it would also […]

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Meet Sungrow’s New Powerful 1500V String Inverter

Currently, solar power generation faces significant growth due to global awareness and favorable government policies. IHS, BNEF and other leading analysts predict that solar installations will breach the 100GW barrier again in 2019. At the same time, the PPA price for solar continues to decrease, which is already lower than traditional power generation in some […]

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Industrial and Commercial Photovoltaic Power Stations Enter the Grid-Parity Era

According to the BNEF analysis report, the current installed capacity of China’s industrial and commercial rooftop PV market has exceeded 200 GW. As urbanization continues to advance, this number is likely to reach 300 GW by 2040. ‘IV scan + high-end configuration’ helps Industrial and Commercial Photovoltaic power stations enter the grid-parity era: With the […]

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Can Rooftop Solar be the Game Changer to Achieve India’s Ambitious Solar Target?

India is on its way to phase out fossil-based energy generation and adopt green energy. The growing population and the need for energy align with India’s transition initiatives, thus satisfying energy demands and in the process reducing the carbon footprint. The country’s per capita energy consumption currently stands close to one-third of the world’s average. […]

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Does Solar Rooftop Need to Take a Cue from Compulsory rainwater harvesting?

After Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his concern via ‘Mann Ki Baat’ program about water crisis, rainwater harvesting also become the talk of the town, like solar these days. India has shown massive capacity additions in solar but has fallen behind on its target of achieving 40 GW rooftop solar by 2022. Here’re a few […]

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The Role of Solar PV in an Urban Heat Action Plan

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has established that the frequency and severity of heatwaves, and a resultant high number of preventable deaths due to heat-stroke, have risen significantly in India over the last three decades.In India this summer of 2019, the IMD has already reported heat waves across Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, […]

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New Huawei Smart Inverters Bring AI, IoT and Big Data to Solar Installations

Huawei will revolutionise the solar installation market by bringing the new SUN2000-15/20KTL-M0 three phase smart inverters to Indian solar users. The arrival of the SUN2000-15/20KTL-M0 smart PV inverter looks set to further fuel growth in the household, industrial and commercial segments with the product designed to deliver ultimate safety and high reliability – even in […]

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Reducing Metallization Induced Recombination Losses in N-Type Solar Cells

VINODH CHANDRASEKARAN Sean Lonsinger, Crystal Han | Heraeus Photovoltaics, USA The PV industry continues to grow at a steady pace both in terms of technology and capacity. An important aspect of efficiency improvement is to reduce recombination losses to improve the open circuit voltage (Voc) of the solar cell. Metal induced recombination is a significant […]

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