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Solar Is Changing Fast, Here Are 5 Ways It Already Has

When the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission was launched back in January 2010, India had a total installed solar capacity of around 160 MW. The mission itself had a target of 20 GW by 2022. However, changes on the ground in terms of technology, availability and fresh climate realities meant a wholesale upgrade on those […]

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Are Solid-State Batteries The Next Milestone In The EV Industry?

Electric vehicles are becoming increasingly popular as the world looks for more sustainable transportation options. The battery is a key component of any electric vehicle, and solid-state batteries (SSBs) are seen as a potential game-changer in the EV industry. Solid-state batteries have several advantages over lithium-ion batteries that are currently used in EVs. They are […]

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Indigenizing Solar Manufacturing: Charting the Course to a Solar Self-Sufficient India

Building a strong solar manufacturing sector and supply chain in India will help support the economy and keep pace with rising domestic and global demand for affordable solar energy. Currently, the Indian solar manufacturing industry doesn’t have the capacity to produce PV modules to meet the majority of today’s domestic demand. With all that in […]

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Shining Bright. India’s Solar Start Ups

When Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the Start Up India movement in 2015 on August 15, perhaps even he wouldn’t have imagined the role startups were going to play in India’s clean energy transition. After all, the energy sector, with its tremendous policy overhang, large capital commitments, and the need for a long term  perspective […]

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The Bridge to 280 GW Of Solar. Corporate India Steps Up

They have the money, resilience, and execution ability that can leave an indelible impact on India’s economy; but can the country’s corporates (C&I sector) open up a new growth engine for India’s solar movement? The time, it seems, has arrived. As always in India, among the stakeholders, there will be many who will want to […]

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How Auto Ancillaries are Adapting to the New Normal

Rapid transformation in the digital space, especially following the pandemic disruptions in the adoption of new cutting-edge technologies, has also prompted the evolution of the automotive industry across the globe. In India, the auto component manufacturers have been re-shaping the industry by relentlessly chalking out strategies to expand their capacity and create skill set to […]

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Green Jobs Are Finally A Mainstream Reality In India, Thanks To Solar

The news of India’s ambitious solar and renewable energy targets  has thrown up the possibility of as many as one million jobs in another three years’ time. These jobs matter, not only to an economy always seeking opportunities for its citizens, but also to ease the faster acceptance  and spread of renewable energy, especially solar. […]

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Application of Silicone Sealant in Solar Modules

Introduction Solar module manufacturing appears to be quite simple, yet the performance and life cycle of the module depends on every individual part, whose effective coordination is expected to extend the durable life of solar module to 25 years or longer. Today, we look at solar sealant, perhaps the least noticed, but a critical and […]

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China Underlines Renewables Dominance With Best Ever Global Inverter Rankings

Chinese inverter manufacturers have bagged 6 out of the top 10 spots in the 2021 rankings of global inverter majors by volumes shipped. The rankings, released by IHS Markit, will have come as no surprise to observers, having seen the strong push by these players over the past few years. The only surprise is within […]

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