Solar PV Concentration In Few States Not Healthy, Hints IIT Study

A latest study undertaken by the researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur, hinted that the current trend of concentration of solar power projects in certain Indian states was good for the growth of the sector. The report, co-authored by Saikat Ghosh, Jatindra Nath Roy and Chandan Chakraborty, analyzed the merits of geographical diversification of […]

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IIT Bhubaneswar Develops Low-Cost Mobile Solar Pump for Farmers

Building on a 2017 grant from the state government of Odisha to build a technology driven support for farmers in the state, IIT Bhubaneswar has come up with a state-of-art solar pump that is not just economical, but also with added mobility  feature to support farmers in distant locations. SO far,  IIT Bhubaneswar has delivered […]

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IIT Madras, CPCL Ink Pact to Solarize Villages

The proposed project will be executed over the period of next 2 years and will cost around 14.49 crore in Rupees. The project will be executed in coordination with the government of Tamil Nadu. To provide a solar power, clean drinking water and create better sanitation conditions in the villages of Vellalapakkam, Gopurajapuram, and Panangudi […]

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Govt to Provide All Support to Clean Energy Researchers: Dharmendra Pradhan

Laying emphasis on clean energy, Union minister urged the students to contribute to the development through their research and innovations. Highlighting on the importance of clean energy in the development of the country, Union minister Dharmendra Pradhan assured the students of Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB) that the government was committed to extend all […]

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