Piyush Goyal

MNRE Endorsed a Scheme to Erect 50MW Solar Plants for People Eye

Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), Govt. of India has licensed a scheme to establish 50MW solar power capacity plants in the public areas. A released report of MNRE states that, ‘The tasks will be set up in high visibility areas, such as major cities, where land cost is high, but people can visit […]

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2nd India Smart Grid Week 2016 to Discuss on India’s Efficient Energy Needs

The 2nd edition of the India Smart Grid Week (ISGW) 2016, Conference cum Exhibition on Smart Grids and Smart Cities aims to congregate global Energy experts, Policymakers from the Government and World Leader’s from the corporate sector. The initiative is being aided by Ministry of Power, Government of India and several other Govt. Organizations and […]

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Solar Panel Costs to tumble 10% Each Year – Findings

‘Sudden fall of Solar Power cost, it is likely to outrun the normal energy speculation,’ said a journal of Oxford University Researchers in its ‘Research Policy’ based on innovation, technology, R&D and science. From the early 1980’s, panels to generate power from sunlight has become 10% cheaper each year. According to the research, it is […]

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Initial Move for the Bigger Goal, Solar India – IFFCO

The Government endorsed changes in Power Tariff Act to guarantee 24X7 reasonable powers for all. “IFFCO Phulpur has commissioned 235 KWp Solar Power Plant produce more than 3 lakh kWh/year renewable energy”, Dr. U S Awasthi, MD tweeted. “The Govt. endorsed viability subsidizing of Rs. 5050 crore for grid connected solar with a minimum capacity […]

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India Aims to Enforce 2 GW Solar Power Capacity by this Financial Year

After a major milestone of solar energy production reached by India, Latest report cites that around 2GW of solar power capacity is expected to foster by the last financial quarters. Between January and March 2016, major facilities have been identified across four states – Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, and Telangana. India has already […]

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Sanskrit University Vows Million Dollar Solar Deal from Keltron

Keltron executes the assessed Rs.70-lakhs solar powered venture in the main campus of the Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit at Kalady, Kerala. The varsity Syndicate has incorporated the venture among the different activities to be embraced using the Rs.2.5-crore help, got under the Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA) of the Union Minister of Human Resources. […]

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DND Flyway to Rush in Poor Visibility Gets Unique Solar Flashers and Delineators

Noida Toll Bridge Company Ltd. (NTBCL) is involving in rejigging plans to guarantee proper visibility for street clients in the foggy climate conditions on DND Flyway. An operator from the organisation NTBCL has installed safety equipment’s like solar flashers, delineators and remodelled the intelligent street markings for street clients, moderating the impact of poor visibility. […]

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DMRC Inks MoU with SECI To Augment Solar Venture

  The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) and the Solar Energy Corporation of India  (SECI) will now mutually work together on taking up an ‘off site’ solar power venture, to augment the utilization of renewable energy, alleviate the effect of standard increment in grid tariffs and to decrease the carbon foot prints. A Memorandum of […]

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SunEdison Identifies Indian Firm for $2 Billion Solar Project

In a major support to Indian Govt’s ‘Make in India’ initiative, US based renewables major SunEdison Inc is hoping to invest upto $2 billion (INR 13,200 Crore) in the following year in a polysilicon producing facility in India. It is utilizing feedstock material as a part for its most solar power applications. The company is […]

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