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GoodWe Inverters Check In At The Oberoi Luxury Hotels

The Oberoi Hotels Group, which has close to 30 properties in India and the world, is going greener with solar power, and GoodWe inverters is the partner of choice for the luxury hotel group. With solar plants ranging in size from from 400KWp to 1 MW p, key properties across Agra, Udaipur and Ranthambhore have […]

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EverSource Closes India’s Largest Climate Impact Fund at US$ 741 million

EverSource Capital (EverSource) has completed the final close of India’s largest climate impact fund, Green Growth Equity Fund (the Fund), at US$ 741 million, making GGEF one of the largest single-country funds focused on Climate change, Mitigation and Adaptation in the emerging markets. EverSource is investing to combat climate change by focusing on the decarbonization of energy and resource […]

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Privatisation Bound CEL issues Tender for 1 Million Solar Cells

Central Electronics Limited (CEL), the public sector enterprise in the eye of a privatisation tussle, has invited bids for the supply of one million multicrystalline solar cells of 4.68 W output or higher. CEL’s privatisation process has been put on hold due to objections raised regarding its valuation as well as the buyer credentials. In […]

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Investor Pressure For ESG Compliance To Drive Corporates Towards Renewables In 2022

A New Report from Wood Mackenzie posits that there is a real near term risk for corporates and renewable firms as they invest to decarbonise the energy system. Decarbonisation is the lynchpin of the global strategy to meet the 1.5-degree warming scenario influencing companies’ planning. The report, Corporate power and renewables: 5 things to look […]

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UP Adds 100 MW Solar As Tata Power Renewables Commissions Two Projects

Tata Power Renewable Energy Limited (TPREL), a 100% subsidiary of Tata Power has confirmed commissioning of two Solar Power projects of 50 MW each at Prayagraj, and Banda in Uttar Pradesh. The landmark projects have been completed by TPREL within the agreed timelines inspite of Covid challenges. The plants are expected to generate more than […]

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Gautam Solar Upgrades Solar Pump Controllers, RMUs for Solar Systems

Solar manufacturer Gautam Solar has announced an upgrade of its solar pump controllers & remote monitoring units for solar PV systems. The company claims the following: The Solar Pump Controllers have homegrown Variable Frequency Drives & Remote Monitoring Units tuned for 1 – 10 HP of solar pumps (DC / AC & Surface / Submersible). […]

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ScottishPower Acquires 800MW Solar Portfolio in UK

ScottishPower, owned by Spanish energy firm Iberdrola, has signed two deals to acquire 17 solar photovoltaic (PV) projects in Britain, with a combined capacity of more than 800 megawatts (MW), the company said on Friday. The deals take ScottishPower’s market share of Britain’s solar industry to 9% from 2%, the firm said. ScottishPower has bought […]

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Delhi Leans On Aggregators, Logistics Firms For Quick EV Gains

The AAP (Aam Aadmi Party) run Delhi state government has now notified a draft “aggregator’s policy”, under which ride aggregators and delivery services will have to mandatorily adopt EVs while procuring new fleet. Just two weeks back, the state transport minister had stuck to a gentle urging to aggregators, hence the move to mandatory shift […]

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Coming Up Soon, The Problem OF Managing Solar Waste

As large-scale installation of PV solar modules increases in India, the volume of modules that reach the end of their life is also expected to grow manifold. By the end of 2040, the country will represent 30% of the world’s installed solar capacity, a recent IEA report has found. India, which currently doesn’t categorise PV […]

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