Solar News

Remove Fossil Fuel Subsidy To Meet 2030 RE Targets: BloombergNEF

A latest report from BloombergNEF on the issue of global renewable targets claimed that solar is on track for what’s needed to achieve the 2030 target. The report highlighted that the world needs to reduce subsidies in fossil fuels to boost the growth of renewables. This comes at a time when several global leaders are […]

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Chargeup’s Chief Digital Officer Satish Mittal Elevated to Co-Founder

Chargeup, a firm building a data and technology-driven, driver-centric platform to electrify last-mile mobility in the country, today announced the elevation of Satish Mittal to Co-founder. Satish, formerly the Chief Technology Officer at Vodafone and a senior leader at Meta, brings a wealth of experience to his new position after initially joining Chargeup as the […]

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Gautam Solar Bags Certifications for N-type TOPCon Solar Modules

Gautam Solar, a prominent solar module manufacturer, has received certifications as per latest IEC and UL standards for its N-type TOPCon solar modules. The certifications include UL 61215-1:2021 Ed2 which lays down the test requirements for design qualification and type approval, UL 61215-2:2021 Ed2, which lists the test procedures for design qualification and type approval, […]

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Tata Power Nudges NCR Employees To Cut Emissions By Using EVs

In an interesting move to do its bit to mitigate the worsening air quality in Delhi NCR, Tata Power, one of India’s largest integrated power companies, launched a special program on November 27 to incentivize its employees to switch to EVs. This announcement is aligned with Tata Power’s ‘Sustainable is Attainable’ movement, which encourages adoption […]

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France’s Fifth PPE2 Auction Round Awards 931.3 MW Capacity

54 onshore wind projects have been awarded deals in the recent onshore wind tender that had been floated by France. The fifth PPE2 auction, which is France’s multi-year energy procurement programme, was slightly oversubscribed at a capacity of 931.3 MW, exceeding the target set at 925 MW. The average cost at which the projects were […]

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Arctech Bags Additional Order of SkyLine II Project in India, Total Project Capacity At 3.4GW

Arctech, a leading solar energy solutions provider, has confirmed the acquisition of an additional order for the SkyLine II solar tracking solution in India, bringing the total project capacity to an impressive 3.4GW. This expansion marks the largest project undertaken by Arctech in the Indian market. Situated in the arid desert region along the India-Pakistan […]

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AmpIn Energy Transition to Electrify Eastern India with 600 MW Renewable Energy

AmpIn Energy Transition, a renewable energy transition platform, is set to make a significant investment of INR 3,100 crores for setting up renewable energy projects of over 600 MW and an integrated manufacturing facility of solar cells and modules. Investments are planned in West Bengal, Bihar, Odisha, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Northeastern states. In the region, […]

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Technique Solaire Acquires 5 Solar Plants With 135.4 MWp Capacity

In a strong indicator of its plans for India and overall international expansion, French developer Technique Solaire Group has acquired 5 ground-mounted photovoltaic power plants in the state of Karnataka, southwest India. The combined capacity of these 5 projects is 135.4 MWp, bringing the total capacity operated by the Group in India to 210 MWp. […]

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Waaree Energies Supplies 850 MW Solar Modules to Acciona for US Projects

Waaree Energies Limited has announced it has successfully supplied 850 MW solar PV modules for projects under development in the US by Acciona Energia, a Spain based renewable energy leader that operates more than 1 GW of solar, wind power and industrial-scale energy storage projects in the U.S. The companies also announced a three-year agreement […]

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