Solar News

Panasonic Solar Business India Operations Recognised as “ The Best Rooftop Solar Module Company”

Amid the Indian Rooftop Solar Summit(IRSS) organised by the First View Group & Solar Quarter, Panasonic Corporation Eco Solutions company was recognized in the category of Rooftop Solar Module Company, The company was declared winner for its continuing efforts and outstanding contribution towards the development of rooftop solar industry. The High Efficiency Photovoltaic Module HIT […]

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Trichy Air Terminal to be Solar Powered

The project of Solar Power Plant in Trichy Air Terminal is to finish before the end of the fiscal years 2016-2017. The solar power would be reinforcement for the prerequisites of the air terminal, which has more overseas flight operations. The plant would come up in the operational zone of the air terminal. ‘The objectives […]

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‘Rooftops for Rent’ a New Turn in Solar Market

‘Give us your rooftop and we will give you cheap solar power’, new business model used by the solar energy companies to boost the solar installation capacities. Properties like Industrial establishments, commercial buildings, malls and large gated communities are the targets for this solar mission in India. ‘Around 240 sq mtre of rooftop space is […]

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Hanwha Q CELLS, Adani Group fix Solar deal for the Second Time

Hanwha Q CELLS a global photovoltaic manufacturer of high-proficiency solar modules has marked a 50MW of module supply contract with Adani Group (Adani). This contract is the second shipment to Adani after their first shipment of 70MW, July 2015. The modules will be introduced to power the region of Tamil Nadu and the development is […]

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Kerala Juggles on Solar Protests

Oommen Chandy faces huge protests as the dissident’s demands resignation for his involvement in solar scam. Social Activists and students congregated in front of the Kerala Secretariat and other parts of the state, Kozhikode and Alappuzha recently. During the protests police used tear gas shells and water cannons to control the agitators. ‘The protest which […]

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The Education Department of Philippines Starts Campaign for Students Brighter Future

The idioms ‘Burn the Midnight Oil’ are no longer a true for the students in Misamis Oriental. The Education Department of Philippines (DepED) are now providing Solar Lanterns to students under ‘One Child, One Lamp’ campaign. The project undertaken by the DepED ensures students are able to do their home assignments. As a startup of […]

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Tri Solar announces the Shipment of PV Modules for Japan Mega Plant

A giant PV modules manufacturer, Trina Solar Limited declares that it has commenced shipping of 57.1 MW solar modules to Toyo Engineering Corp. for the Mega Solar Plant in Osaki City, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. The company aims to wrap up the delivery process before third quarter of 2016. The plant Osaki, constructed on an abandoned […]

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ENGIE Fixes Big Deal of Solar amid France Prez Visit

Steep fall is reckoned in the solar energy prices and grid parity in India. Through its Indian body Solairedirect, ENGIE has won 140 MW solar energy projects located at two sites of 70 MW each in India’s State of Rajasthan. With growing competition and shoulder bidding among 22 Indian and international contractors clearly asserts the […]

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JinkoSolar inks 1MW Supply Treaty with sPower

JinkoSolar announces that it has gone into a strategic consent to supply 1GW of solar PV modules to sPower, US Independent Power Generation Company. This assertion is said to be the biggest contract for JinkoSolar in the United States till date. JinkoSolar will supply more than three million of its high energy solar PV modules […]

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