National Institute of Solar Energy

NISE Postpones Next Advanced Solar Training Prog amid Covid-19 Pandemic

The MNRE-backed National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE) has postponed its six months advanced solar professionals course due to ongoing coronavirus pandemic in the country. The order has been issued by Dr A.K. Tripathi, Director General, NISE, stating that “six months advanced solar professionals course (batch 4), which was scheduled to be started from April […]

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NISE to Organise Skill Development Prog on Solar PV System Design

The National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE) is organizing its 23rd skill development program on solar photovoltaic (PV) system design using “PVSYST & PVSOL” software with cost economics and policies. This is a five day training programme which will commence from February 03, 2020 and will end on February 07, 2020. The motive behind the […]

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Govt to Sustain Investors Confidence Via Steady Policy, Ensuring Timely Payment to Developers: Dr. Ajay Mathur

Demand generation of solar power through compliance to the provision of solar RPOs needs to be continued with strict monitoring. The government needs to work on sustaining the confidence level of investors through steady policy of procurement process and ensuring timely payments to the developers. On technical side, grid balancing mechanisms through demand side management […]

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ISA Invites Stakeholders for Consultation Meeting on Free Training Prog for Technicians

The motive behind the program is to provide training & placement to technicians in the field of solar energy to support the ISA programs such as – scaling solar applications for agriculture use; scaling solar mini grids; scaling rooftop solar. India-led International Solar Alliance (ISA) is mulling to develop a free training & placement project […]

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Cabinet Okays India, France MoU on Renewable Energy

As per the MoU signed, both the countries aim to identify research/ demonstration/ pilot project between National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE), India and CEA, France in the mutually identified areas. The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi has provided its consent on the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between India and […]

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Dealing With Cracks in India’s Solar Dreams

In a first of its kind study in India, scientists from Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB) and National Institute of Solar Energy, New Delhi, conducted a detailed survey at 51 locations across India to check for the degradation in the performance of photovoltaic modules. This study, to establish reliability of the modules, could help […]

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JK Government to Explore Solar Power to End Power Crisis

According to the Power Development Department official the state has decided to explore the solar power sector in view of “huge burden” of the power purchase on the state exchequer. To boost electricity and to end the power crises in the state, Jammu and Kashmir government is exploring solar power to meet the electricity requirement. […]

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Solar Energy Can be Explored to Provide Affordable Power: J&K Dy CM

Jammu and Kashmir have second highest potential to generate solar power in the country after Rajasthan. Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh said that solar energy can be explored to provide affordable power to the residents living in remote and far off places of the state. Talking specifically of Billawar in Kathua district […]

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International Solar Alliance to Develop an Insurance Scheme

International Solar Alliance has created an international expert group to work on blue print of the mechanism which is expected to come out in next year. The International Solar Alliance (ISA), which became a treaty-based global entity on December 6, is planning to develop an insurance scheme – Common Risk Mitigating Mechanism – to protect […]

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