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Report Highlights Risks From Inaccurate Irradiation Data To Solar Projects In Africa

A recent report developed by a solar electricity provider to African enterprises, CrossBoundary Energy (CBE), says that Data irregularities in estimating solar production can have significant impacts on both technical teams and solar buyers. Solar production/ solar irradiation is the measurement of how much sunlight shines in each location and therefore how much electricity a […]

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PwC Report Claims Solar Thermal is Best for Nighttime Electricity Generation in Spain

Spanish solar thermal companies are present in more than three-quarters of the world’s projects, becoming a successful case of technology export in the category. In addition to new plants awarded by auctions to comply with the PNIEC (National Plan for Energy and Climate), there are possibilities to expand existing plants to have more night-time renewable […]

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India Needs 4 Lakh Charging Stations for 20 Lakh EVs by 2026

According to a new report by Grant Thornton Bharat-Ficci, India needs around four lakh charging stations for 20 lakh electric vehicles (EVs) by the year 2026. The report that came on Sunday said that to achieve its target of 100 percent electric mobility by 2030, India needs to focus on key points, including increasing government […]

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Solar Powered Irrigation Would Accelerate India’s Energy Transition: IEEFA

In a new report, the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) says that solar pumps help to expand distributed solar generation while catering to agriculture’s vast power demand. And in India, Solar-powered irrigation can help achieve its Energy Transition as the country is already lagging far behind its near-term target of 40GW of […]

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ISGF Report Supports Interlinking of Grids in GCC, SAARC & ASEAN area

A new report entitled ‘Interconnection of Regional Grids of ASEAN, SAARC/BIMSTEC and GCC Regions’, released by India Smart Grid Forum (ISGF), argues that myriad benefits are to be gained from interconnecting smaller power systems — the GCC, SAARC/BIMSTEC and ASEAN region in particular — to form a large power pool or regional grid in terms of […]

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PLI Scheme for Solar Manufacturing to Benefit Incremental Demand till FY30: Report

According to a new report India’s solar modules manufacturing under production linked incentive (PLI) scheme will benefit incremental panels demand till the financial year 2030 (FY30). Ind-Ra estimates that the allocation of INR 45 billion towards the solar modules manufacturing industry by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) can benefit the sales of […]

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Unsustainable. 128 Non-functional Solar Plants in J&K due to Callous Attitude

In a scathing indictment of the way taxpayer money is allowed to be wasted, including in renewable energy, the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) has highlighted the shocking state of 128 solar plants in J&K (Jammu and Kashmir). Set up at police establishments, these plants have been non-functional since 2014 due to non-settlement of payment […]

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India Should Double Down on Renewable to Achieve Energy Targets 2030: Study

India should double down on renewables to achieve its aggressive renewable energy targets in India’s electricity grid in 2030, according to a recent study by the researchers at UC Santa Barbara.  The study analyzes electricity and carbon reduction costs linked with India’s energy targets in the electricity grid in 2030 and discovers that the majority […]

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‘Mobilising Finance for EVs in India’ Report by Niti Aayog

India has signalled that the future of mobility is electric. The economics of vehicle electrification are improving, with battery pack prices decreasing from about Rs 75,000/kWh in 2010 to Rs 13,000/kWh in 2019. Despite a dip in EV sales in 2020, due to the economic effects of COVID-19, confidence in India’s EV future will continue […]

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