Solar In Talks

“Five Years Is A Very Long Time In The Battery business”, Ak Shukla, Sanvaru

Sanvaru Technology CEO and founder AK Shukla seems to love doing the unconventional. From starting up a battery business when it wasn’t really the obvious thing to do, to setting up headquarters in the backwaters of Sonipat, Haryana. Today, the firm claims to be the leading manufacturer of Li ion/ Lifepo4battery pack for Solar/Electronic equipments […]

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“Floating Solution Will Be One Of The Main Enablers For PV sector In India”

For French Solar Firm Ciel Et Terre, India was natural market  market once the country embarked on a strong solar push, not to mention the strong partnership with France at global for a like the International Solar Alliance. Through its India firm Ciel Terre India, the firm has been quietly working to educate developers and policy […]

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For Va-Yu It’s Word OF Mouth All The Way When It Comes to Building A Base

Va-Yu Or Wind, as the name translates in English, is a Delhi-based rental EV start-up that has found success in the rough weather of the Covid pandemic in its debut year. One year down, their plans have stood the test of some of the toughest market challenges and founder Ashish Aggarwal has learned some valuable […]

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“India Is Key To Doubling EDF’s RE Capacity By 2030”, Harmanjit Nagi

The Euro 69 Billion French energy major EDF is one of the few unapologetic champions of nuclear energy, seeing it as a critical support for the world to achieve its climate ambitions. The firm produces over 75% of its energy from nuclear power, with a recent focus on other renewable sources too. In India, the […]

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“Policymakers Must Incentivise States to Phase Out Old Thermal Plants and Adopt RE to Replace Them,” – Anand Desai, Managing Director, Anupam Rasayan

Gujarat-headquartered chemical manufacturing company Anupam Rasayan announced last month that it had invested Rs 43 crore to set up a 12.5 MW captive solar power plant to help the company rationalise energy costs through an estimated saving of around Rs 10 crore per annum for the next 25 years. The firm, which has completed a […]

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Yulu Bikes Claims 2.5 Times Growth During Lockdown

When businesses all across the country suffered due to Covid-19 imposed lockdowns, one electric mobility company claims it grew , and played its part in helping covid warriors. We are talking about Yulu bikes, that enables urban mobility across public and private modes of transport seamless, shared, and sustainable, through its user-friendly mobile app. We […]

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“India Needs Schemes that can support the market expansion”, Stefan Louis, Nexcharge

Nexcharge, the Joint venture between Exide India and Leclanché, Switzerland, (Exide Leclanché Energy Private Limited) completes three years this year. It’s been a period of major changes on the battery storage front, with Lithium Ion batteries finally given the importance they deserve, with support from both the official PLI schemes and a major push from […]

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NISE Develops Solar Powered Products Besides Testing and Certification

We caught up with Dr. Arun Kumar Tripathi, Director General (DG) at the National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE), to understand developments at the top national R&D institution in the field of solar energy. As he informs us, an autonomous institution of the Ministry of New and Renewable (MNRE), NISE was established to be a […]

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