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India on track for 20GW Goal from Indian Large-Scale Solar Pipeline – MNRE

Ministry of New and Renewable Energy(MNRE) reports that it has accumulated six new projects to its accredited solar parks, which will now create 33 parks across 21 states, with an aggregate PV capacity of 19.9 GW. The promising spur of the Indian National Solar Mission (NSM) has underlined another milestone closer towards a revised 175 […]

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Global Solar PV Pipeline well Crosses the 200 GW Mark

With an undeniable stir in United States solar investment tax credit (ITC) proposed last year, the global solar photovoltaic pipeline is now reported to surpass 200 gigawatts (GW). At a combined capacity of 110 GW, projects in the U.S., China and Brazil make up half of the current PV pipeline, according to IHS. The biggest […]

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Solar Power Tariffs to witness Legitimate Fall – Study

Despite aggressive bidding, debt viability of projects with low execution and counterparty risks — especially those under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission scheme and Solar Park scheme, is likely to remain intact,” said a recent report of India Ratings and Research, or Ind-Ra. Solar power tariffs—which hit a low of Rs 4.34 per unit […]

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The Power Industry can attract One Trillion Dollar Investment by 2030: Shri Piyush Goyal

During the term of five year, the power industry is reckoned to attract an investment figured to $250 billion. Government’s task of rural electrification mission emphasizing no village without electricity access and coal swapping plus fresh policies for the electricity sector would aid in attracting this investment, said Union power and coal minister Piyush Goyal […]

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Solar Industry eyes tax exemptions and financial aid from the coming Budget

This budget is getting indispensible with government’s relief words for the manufacturers and associates. The dart of economic revival and business friendly country is on the suitcases of the coming budget. The ambitious solar power industry has urged the government for tax incentives and financial aid to make ‘solar’ an attractive and viable option. “The […]

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Solar to operate the complete Vizag Port from March

After all the fizz, chairman M T Krishna Babu clarifies that the Vizag port of Andhra Pradesh will run its entire operations on solar power from next month. Visakhapatnam Port Trust has already commissioned 2 MW solar capacity and will add another 8 MW by March 20, he said at a roadshow here ahead of […]

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IEEE Technology Foresee for the year 2016 – Clean & Renewable Energy Dominant Trend

2016 will witness an increased share of technological innovation in the energy sector with a focus on ‘global clean energy,’ reckons IEEE. The pioneer technology group experts perceives that newer and more efficient ways to consume energy using renewables sources as well as energy efficiency will be one main focus this year. The principal element of this revolution is […]

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India-US might come over the longing WTO Dispute

PM Narendra Modi is giving consistent effort to strengthen political and trade relations with the US. The bilateral relations has significantly effected 3-year old WTO dispute; as latest reports asserts to rejig the domestic content requirement in India’s solar power programme. India and the US are talking over this issue and leaders from both the […]

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Solar Applications for our Modern World

Every times, starts for solar power systems / solar PV systems most of the people think about the rooftop systems or mounted systems, which are used for industrial large scale. But presently, experts are discovering a number of technologies which are related to the unconventional solar applications that could guarantee to transform the solar industries. […]

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