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NISE conduction 3-Day Skill Development Program On Solar PV system Design using software

National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE) is conducting Seventh, 3-Day Skill Development Program on Solar PV system Design using “PVSYST & PVSOL” software (from 21st-23rd December, 2016). The main objectives of this 3- day skill development programme is to understand an off- grid system, on- grid system and hybrid system,Solar Power Plant design with the […]

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SECI releases tender on behalf of APEDA for rural electrification of 1058 nos. of off-grid villages in AP

Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) is inviting bids on behalf of APEDA, Arunachal Pradesh for rural electrification of 1058 nos. of off-grid villages in Arunachal Pradesh by installing 300wp solar power packs under Deendayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana (DDUGJY). The tender is available on TCIL India website; interested bidders have to download the official […]

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DuPont Teijin Films to introduce optically clear Ultra Violet (UV) stable polyester films

DuPont Teijin Films (DTF) is reportedly gearing up to introduce super clear Ultra Violet (UV) stable polyester films at Printed Electronics USA 2016- November 16-17. These UV polyester films are specifically designed to block UV transmission, and they are the most recent additions to the MELINEX TCH family of low haze and low oligomer bloom films […]

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ReneSola to sell 26MW of Solar Projects in the UK to a European investor

ReneSola Ltd has announced that it has signed agreements to sell its six utility-scale projects in the United Kingdom to a European investor. These projects have a combined capacity of approximately 26 MW. The six utility-scale projects powered by company’s Virtus II modules are located in Carlam Hill Farm, North Wales, and Monmouthshire. All of […]

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The cumulative installed Renewable energy capacity crosses 44 GigaWatts: NITI Aayog

PM Narendra Modi on Monday reviewed the progress of key infrastructure sectors. NITI Aayog in its presentation noted that there has been phenomenal progress in several key sectors, including renewable energy, and railways. The cumulative installed capacity in the new and renewable energy sector has crossed 44 GigaWatts. Targets have been met for various components, […]

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GE Energy Financial Services connects 32 MW PV mega-solar project in Okayama Prefecture, Japan

GE Energy Financial Services and Virginia Solar Group have started commercial operations on its jointly owned 32-megawatt Pacifico Energy Kumenan Mega Solar Project in Okayama prefecture, Japan. As one of largest solar power plants in the prefecture, Kumenan Solar Project has been operating with enough power to meet the demands of 11,000 Japanese households since […]

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ISA Cell and UNDP declares cooperation for promoting solar energy globally

The Interim Administrative Cell of International Solar Alliance (ISA Cell) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) on the occasion of the Side event on International Solar Alliance at the UN Headquarters in New York declared their intention to promote solar energy globally. Major areas identified for working jointly included :a) Development of synergies with […]

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Fortum launches Nordic countries’ biggest electricity storage pilot project

Fortum has announced the launch of Nordic countries’ biggest electricity storage pilot project integrating Saft’s megawatt-scale Li-ion (lithium-ion) battery energy storage technology. The company in a statement said “the objective is to research the suitability of batteries used for storing electricity to maintain a power balance in the electricity system. Additionally, the research will explore […]

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