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Backsheet – a Guard for your Solar Modules

With the huge thrust on Renewable Energy Segment, a rapid growth of Global Solar PV market has been observed in the last five years. Lot of new demands were created – utility scale and roof-top segment have been phenomenal across the World. But often it has been observed that quality issues with the solar module […]

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Water Scarcity Driving Smarter Solutions in Solar Projects

India is a country that is developing rapidly and with this growth comes an increasing demand for water. Although India is well endowed with strong natural river systems, water scarcity is becoming a serious issue in the country. With higher demand for electricity, traditional sources of energy have become a liability not just due to […]

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Diagnostics – An Effective Approach for Solar industry

Diagnostics of a solar power plant can be an important tool to evaluate the “health” of a solar plant and identify measures to improve generation and optimize O&M. A typical diagnostics study would entail complete power flow mapping of a solar plant by measuring module degradation and damages, O&M efficacy, inverter efficiency, breakdown and plant […]

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Startup Feature – Energos Technologies

Key operational areas (Products, Regions, Clients) – USA, India and Australia based Edge AI company, Energos is aiding the removal of humans’ reliance on old dirty centralised power grids, to usher in a new decarbonised, prosumer-based green energy economy by automation of autonomous self-optimising distributed energy systems. The company is working towards a ‘green internet’ […]

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Winning of Rs 2.90/kWh Renewable+Storage Tender by Renew Power Might be the Biggest Event of 2020 for Renewables, in terms of impact.

In a recent tender for Round-The-Clock (RTC) supply of 100 percent renewable energy (RE) power with storage, the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) has discovered a levelised tariff of Rs 3.52/kWh for 15 years. The bid was won by Renew Power. On the significance of this development for the renewables industry in India, we […]

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R.K. Singh: The 5 Point Checklist for 2020

Union Power Minister R.K. Singh will complete 3 years of his association with the Power Ministry on September 3 this year. 2020 could be the year that defines his tenure. Ever since his appointment as the Minister of Power (Independent Charge) in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s cabinet, he has found himself in the idle of […]

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Carbon Neutrality in Mobility: Is it possible?

India is the third-largest emitter of greenhouse gases (GHGs) in the world after China and the US. To move towards carbon neutrality, being energy efficient is crucial. Economic growth is propelled by rapid urbanization and industrialization and manufacturing accounts for around onethird of global carbon dioxide emissions. Carbon emissions have increased threefold since the ‘70s. […]

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Importance of Using Storage with Increasing Renewable Energy

Background and Context The Government of India has announced ambitious targets for Renewable Energy (RE) capacity addition, and the Country is rapidly adding Wind and Solar generation in the energy mix. However, there are some well accepted issues associated with RE power – such as intermittency, fluctuations owing to weather changes, and limited forecasting/ scheduling […]

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Ashish Khanna, MD & CEO, Tata Power Solar on Workforce Development

A skilled workforce is a crucial element that contributes to a vibrant industry, something that is true for the renewable energy industry in the country too. Lack of skilled manpower has been identified as one of the most prominent challenges for the sector. So workforce development is an essential and ongoing process for any organization […]

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