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Middle East Renewables Braced for Turbulent Outlook: GlobalData

Recent reports have estimated that global solar demand will slow down for the first time in three decades, with the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis potentially triggering a drop of between 6 percent and 10 percent in demand in 2020. The downgrade is largely due to strict limitations on movement and commercial activity in China, where the […]

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GoodWe, GE Ink Global Licensing Deal

GoodWe Power Supply Technology Co Ltd (Goodwe), a prominent inverter and storage firm, based in Suzhou, China, has been selected as the exclusive licensing partner of solar inverters for GE’s global sales. For the technology focused Goodwe, the pact serves as a vindication of the quality and reliability of its product offerings in the space, […]

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NTPC, Employees Contribute Rs 257.5 Cr to Combat COVID-19

NTPC has announced a contribution of Rs 257.5 crore to the PM-CARES Fund to support the fight against the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). State-run power giant NTPC has announced a contribution of Rs 257.5 crore to the PM-CARES Fund to support the fight against COVID-19. While Rs 250 crore has been given by the company, NTPC employees […]

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Poor Infrastructure and The UK EV Market

The UK has until 2040 to phase out the production of new petrol-powered cars and focus its attention on the production of electric vehicles. However, electric vehicles are being purchased at a much faster rate than expected. If we continue to see year-on-year growth in the sale of electric vehicles, the UK can’t expect to […]

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SNEC 2020 Stands Postponed. No New Date Announced

After holding out for long, the organising committee of the SNEC (Smart Energy Event and Conference), Shanghai,  which is by far the biggest trade show for the solar sector, has announced the postponement of this years event. The 2020 edition would have been the 14th edition of the expo. The conference+ exhibition was originally scheduled […]

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MERC’s Take On Solar Rooftop Sets The Benchmark

In a critical decision for solar rooftop sector in Maharashtra, the state regulator, Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (MERC) has settled the Grid Support Charge (GSC) issue for good, it seems. With this, state consumers and installers can hope for a much better time for solar rooftops, hopefully. The announcement, hidden deep in the detailed tariff […]

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As Power Demand Slumps, RE Generators Brace For Impact

The coronavirus pandemic has created some of the most unprecedented situations ever faced by the energy sector in India. For one, demand has never dropped off as steeply as it has in March. For possibly the first time ever in living memory, a slump in global oil prices has stopped delivering any revenue benefits to […]

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MNRE Issues Draft Guidelines for Installation of Innovative Stand-Alone Solar Pumps

MNRE has issued draft guidelines for the installation of innovative stand-alone solar-powered pumps under its varied schemes. The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) had issued updated specifications for stand-alone solar pumps in July last year. And since then it claims to have received representations from innovators claiming that by using different design/software for […]

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Solaria Files Suit Against Canadian Solar for Patent Infringement

The Solaria Corporation, a US-based global provider of advanced solar energy products, has announced that it has filed suit against Canadian Solar The Solaria Corporation, a US-based global provider of advanced solar energy products, has announced that it has filed suit against Canadian Solar Inc., the leading Chinese solar panel manufacturer, in the Federal District […]

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