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Solis Gets BIS Certification for all its Solar Inverters in India

Ginlong Technologies (Solis) has obtained its BIS  receive the BIS certification for all its solar inverters in India. The firm claims  it is the first one to have done so, although we have reports of some other firms also having received their confirmations. Ginlong Technologies (Solis), a leading global manufacturer of solar photovoltaic (PV) string […]

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Tata AutoComp Finds Partner to set up EV Charging Stations in India

Tata AutoComp Systems has signed an MoU with Tellus Power Green to supply AC and DC Fast Chargers for the entire range of electric vehicles in India. Tata AutoComp Systems, a leading auto-component conglomerate in India has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with USA based DC charging infrastructure company Tellus Power Green to supply […]

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Andhra Govt Approves Proposal for 10 GW Mega Solar Project

The Andhra Pradesh government has approved a proposal to set up a 10 GW mega solar power project to ensure uninterrupted supply to farmers during daytime The Andhra Pradesh government has approved a proposal to set up a 10 GW mega solar power project to ensure an uninterrupted 9-hour power supply to farmers during the daytime, besides […]

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RTM Trading to Enable Efficient Price Discovery, Support Grid Balancing, Says ICRA

The recent launch of the real-time market (RTM) for power trading likely to lead to efficient price discovery in the power trading market, said a leading credit rating agency, ICRA. On the other hand, it will also enable power distribution utilities (Discoms) and the open-access consumers to bid for electricity within 1 hour of the […]

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Argentina’s Renewable Projects Likely to Hit by Covid-19, Tightening of Economy

The construction and commissioning of renewable energy projects in Argentina are expected to get delayed on the back of the coronavirus crisis and tightening of the economy during the last two years. The reason behind the delay in the commencement of construction projects was due to the tightening of the economy which had restricted project […]

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Aalborg CSP Buys Unique PTES Technology from Arcon-Sunmark

Aalborg CSP, a Danish renewable and energy storage specialist, has acquired all rights and patents for the unique Pit Thermal Energy Storage (PTES) technology from Arcon-Sunmark A/S, a solar energy equipment supplier in the country. Now, this patented unique PTES technology, including a unique lid design, will be continued by Aalborg CSP for its global […]

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GoodWe Brings New Capacity of String Inverters – HT Series 100-136kW

Leading inverter supplier GoodWe has introduced new capacity of string inverters i.e. HT Series 100kW to 136kW. The company being world’s leading player in Commercial & Industrial (C&I) solar inverter solutions with extremely successful SMT & MT series inverters deployed across India. HT Series inverters have various capacity inverters ranging from 100kW, 120kW and 136kW. […]

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Mitsubishi to Buy Sharp Factory to Expand EV Power Device Biz

With an aim to tap the rising market demand for power devices used in the electric vehicles (EV) sector, Japanese electronics giant Mitsubishi Electric Corporation has entered into an agreement with Sharp Corporation to acquire land and buildings from Sharp Fukuyama Semiconductor Co Ltd. Sharp Fukuyama Semiconductor is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sharp Corporation which […]

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US Solar Market Sets Q1 Record, Impact of COVID-19 Likely on Q2: Report

The US solar market installed 3.6 GW of new solar PV capacity in Q1 2020, representing its largest first quarter ever in the United States. The US solar market installed 3.6 gigawatts (GW) of new solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity in Q1 2020, representing its largest first quarter (Q1) ever in the United States. According to […]

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