India Solar

Amplus Solar Commissions 360MWp Plant At Bikaner

Amplus Solar announced the commissioning of its pioneering 360 MWp Inter-State Transmission System (ISTS) solar plant, Project Jai, situated in Jaimalsar village in Bikaner, Rajasthan. The solar power generated by the plant will be shared with Commercial and Industrial (C&I) clients nationwide, enabling them to fulfil their green energy objectives. The state-of-the-art solar facility, equipped […]

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India Needs to Establish Value Chain to Boost Solar Equipment Manufacturing : Industry

Domestic manufacturing of solar equipment in India will need the support of a back-end supply chain that needs to be quickly established The plans for establishing domestic manufacturing of solar equipment in India will need the support of a back-end supply chain that will need to be quickly established, industry executives said. Sumant Sinha, chairman […]

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Unlikely That India Will Match Record-Low Gulf Solar Tariffs: Report

A new report finds it is unlikely that India will be able to overtake the Gulf region to provide the world’s cheapest solar power in the near term. A number of countries in the Gulf region have set record-low prices for solar in recent years, leading to hopes that India and other countries may soon be able […]

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India’s Stuttering Solar Progress Grinds To a Halt With COVID-19

Two latest reports by independent research agencies in the Indian renewable energy segment have revealed that the first half of the year (H1 2020) only saw a total of between 1 GW and 1.3 GW of new solar installations in India. While the full year installations expected to reach 3.5 GW (4.5 GW with rooftop) […]

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Solar Street Lighting Market to Grow at Brisk Pace for Few Years: Research

The governments of many countries such as India, China, and the US have made stringent regulations and schemes such as feed in tariffs and quota based renewable portfolio standards (RPS), or promotion of renewable sources of energy such as solar, wind power and others. A recent market research from P&S Market Research has showed that […]

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Government Apathy a Bottleneck for Solar Energy Push

The delays haven’t gone down well with the prosumers (consumer and producer of solar power), who after investing their money on installing solar panels and getting all the paperwork done, are upset at seeing their installations lie idle. The cabinet had approved the state solar policy last year. The onus is on the government to […]

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Solar Powered Car Market Volume Analysis, Size, Share and Key Trends 2017-2025

Solar powered cars are vehicles that are completely or partly powered by solar energy. Such cars contain photovoltaic cells which are part of solar panels that convert solar energy into electric energy and help to power the vehicle. Currently, solar power cars use this electricity in two ways- Electricity powers the vehicle to move and […]

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Sudden Imposition of Anti Dumping Duty Can Disrupt Ongoing Solar Projects, Renewable Ministry Cautions

MNRE notification has cautioned Directorate General of Anti Dumping against imposing high solar duties Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has cautioned anti dumping authorities against imposing high duties on imported solar equipment on the grounds that this can increase tariffs, make several projects unviable and seriously hamper the growth of the sector. According […]

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SunPower Earn Spot in Building Green’s Top 10 Products for 2018

SunPower’s carport solutions are known for their use of underutilized spaces, and multi-functional structural designs that can incorporate gray water and EV charging. SunPower was recognized as one of the Top 10 Green Building Products for 2018 by Building Green at the annual Green build Expo. Building Green – an independent and trusted source for […]

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