Solar News

Airplane Terminal Turns Greener with 2MW Solar Plant

The Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Air terminal, Kolkata turned into the first air terminal in the nation to get a 2MW rooftop solar power plant. Aside from winning carbon credit for the airport terminal, it would interpret into a fiscal advantage worth Rs 2.15 crore for every year. Empowered by the consequences of this […]

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Gamesa and Tata Power Inks Wind Venture Pact of 100MW in A.P

Gamesa, keeps on gaining ground in the Indian business sector, having marked its first contract with Tata Power for the development of 100Mw wind ranch on a turnkey premise. Under the agreement couched with Tata Power, Gamesa will introduce 50 of its G97-2.0 MW class ‘S’ turbines at the Nimbagallu wind farm, situated in the […]

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E-Transports Vehicles to Rush on Hyderabad Streets

Will Hyderabadis be at long last ready to inhale natural air? Are they ready to dispose of those filthy transports and gravely trucks heaving thick dark exhaust that stifle the city streets? A report from WHO on the growing contamination levels in Indian urban communities has served as an eye-opener for the legislature. In short […]

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India, Japan and Taiwan Join Forces to Yield Solar Power in A.P at Record-Low Levy

India’s Bharti Enterprises – SBG Cleantech, Japan’s SoftBank, Taiwan’s Foxconn has bagged a tender from NTPC under the National Solar Mission to generate 350 megawatts in the southern region of Andhra Pradesh. The trio has enrolled its first win in India’s exceedingly focused Solar Energy market. SBG Cleantech arranges $20 billion to invest in India’s […]

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Street Lights in South Delhi to be Supplanted with LEDs

A strategic MoU has been inked between SDMC and Power Ministry’s Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL). Alarming to chop-off the prolonging emissions and power consumption – the partnership aims to supplant LEDs in the South Delhi Metropolitan Zones reducing street lighting power bills by 53.61% authorities said. So far 62,000 street lights have been fitted […]

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Gamesa Electric Bags the Biggest Solar Project in Honduras

Gamesa Electric claims to receive the biggest Solar PV project in Honduras. The operations will comprise a supply of Solar Power Stations and Control for a 53,31MWp project. In this operation, Gamesa Electric strengthens its vicinity in LATAM, with another supply contract in a nation in its first advancement stages for PV renewable energy and […]

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Solar Power Plant to Float at KSEB

The Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) is preparing for a 500KW floating Solar Grid Bilateral Photovoltaic project in the Banasurasagar dam in Wayanad. The Rs.10-crore pilot undertaking will be actualized by Adtech Systems Ltd. a Thiruvananthapuram-based organization which has specialized backing from Vatsaa Energy Pvt. Ltd. (VEPL), a youthful start-up in Wayanad that had attempted […]

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Huawei and India’s Waaree Energies Clears Path for Renewable Technology

Amid the Intersolar India 2015 display and meeting held at Mumbai between 18th of Nov to 20th of Nov, 2015 Huawei Technology Co. Ltd., China has declared its association with Waaree Energies Ltd. Waaree Energies Ltd. has put in a request for 100 MW’s of string Inverter and SmartPV arrangements on Huawei for its undertakings […]

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76,000 of LED Lamps to Light Up Streets of Rural Uttar Pradesh

More than 800 provincial towns in Uttar Pradesh and known to be India’s most crowded locale will be lit with 76,000 solar based road lighting units supported by Philips Lighting. The blueprint is drawn jointly by the state Chief Minister, Philips Lighting and the Uttar Pradesh New and Renewable Energy Development Agency. Krishnan Pallassana, Director […]

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