Arvind Unveils India’s Largest Single Location Rooftop Solar System

Once the capacity of 40 MW is reached, overall generation will exceed 55 million units per year and will reduce carbon emissions by 50,000 tonnes per annum.  Textile firm Arvind plans to reduce carbon emissions by 30 percent with the installation of rooftop solar projects across its facilities in three cities and by shifting from coal to renewable biomass […]

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Government of Goa Reveals Amended Solar Energy Policy

The policy, which was notified last week, came into force with immediate effect.  The Goa government has notified the Solar Energy Policy to promote unconventional electricity generation in the coastal state.  The policy, which was notified last week, came into force with immediate effect.  As per the policy, the consumer and the producer of solar […]

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India May Fall Short of its 100 GW Solar Ambitions: Wood Mackenzie

India’s installed grid-connected power generation capacity increased 4 percent from January to October 2018 to reach 347 GW. India may fall well short of its 100 GW solar by 2022 target as it faces short-term uncertainty due to the imposition of various taxes, according to research and consultancy firm Wood Mackenzie. Renewables accounted for 9.7 […]

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ABB India to supply string inverters to electrify schools with solar in West Bengal

ABB India, one of the leading power and automation technology company will play a crucial role in West Bengal government’s initiative for state-wide solar electrification of schools. The company supplies string inverters of various capacities for rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) systems with Kolkata based Sunshine Power Products across government schools located in the state. The […]

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