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The Repeated Failure of Manufacturing-Linked Solar Tenders is a Big Surprise. What is the Industry Take?

In order to boost solar installations with domestic manufacturing in the country, government issued manufacturing-linked solar tenders but it hasn’t worked so well. Here are some industry views and voices which say why. ASHISH KHANNA, CEO & MD of Tata Power Solar and President, Tata Power (Renewables) Indian manufacturing can compete with any other country […]

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Amid Motown Slowdown, Electric Two and Three-Wheelers Power Ahead

With nearly 80 percent of the vehicle market dominated by two and three-wheelers in India, tech start-ups have led the electric mobility space to manufacture electric two and three-wheelers and the ecosystem must-haves like battery swapping and charging setup. Government think tank Niti Aayog announced, and retracted quickly on a transition target from fossil fuel […]

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Startup’s Feature

Zunroof Solutions Brief Details Total employees: 150+ Turnover: Over Rs 50 crore Key operational areas (Products, Regions, Clients): Design, Delivery and Diagnostics of rooftop solar solutions through an app. Present in 10+ states and 60+ cities. Founder/promoter details: An IIT Kharagpur alumnus, Pranesh Chaudhary, had seven years of experience advising some of the largest financial […]

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Will Rooftop Solar Rescue India’s Faltering Solar Target – Plus: 5 States Where The Numbers Will Matter

Zero. That’s the number of fresh utility scale solar and wind projects commissioned in August 2019 through Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI), India’s premier agency for executing them. While the corporation is not seeing a zero month for the first time, the fact remains that in 2016-17, when momentum was picking up sharply, not […]

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EV’s Have Charmed The Government – Will The Markets Follow?

On July 5, when Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman rose to present the Union budget for 2019, expectations were somewhat muted in the understanding that with an interim budget already presented, there was little scope for big announcements. As it turned out, the minister did make a few announcements on the taxation front as well as […]

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Mono vs Poly – An introspective simulation study

Solar installations in India have seen an average year-on-year growth of 82% since 2012. With India currently standing at around 28 GW of solar installation and with more than 95% installations utilizing crystalline technology, this trend is not to change in the next few years. To a novice, crystalline solar module comes in two technologies, […]

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What Is the Smart I-V Curve Diagnosis 3.0

In 2019, Huawei launched the AI Boost Smart I-V Curve Diagnosis 3.0, integrating Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology in the field of solar operation and maintenance (O&M) for the first time. The solution uses smart photovoltaic (PV) inverters to scan PV strings to obtain the relationship (I-V curve) between the output voltage and output current. The […]

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Integrating Wind & Solar in Existing Grid Effectively

The green initiatives in Union budget 2019 focus on renewable energy, air pollution, water, and solid waste management for a sustainable future. That makes the integration of renewable energy like solar and wind in existing national grid a must to achieve India’s target of 175GW in renewable energy capacity by 2022. But the variability and […]

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By When Do You Think The Road to Electric Vehicle Transition is Realistic?

After the Union Budget 2019, it is quite clear that Modi government 2.0 has fastened its seatbelt to take a ride on Electric Vehicles, but its transition speed needs to be made clear. Here are some views from a few industry veterans. Mithun Srivatsa Co-Founder & CEO, Blowhorn “The Government has been consistently pushing forward […]

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