solar energy in India

Our Aim is to Double Our Portfolio in the Next 2 years: ShriPrakash Rai

Canada -based AMP Energy has emerged as a significant player on the IPP side, including in India. The firm, which has stepped up its ambitions in India with a few recent wins in auctions, with bids as low as Rs 2.50 per unit, prides itself on empowering its different country operations. We got responses from […]

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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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2019 Solar Predictions. Expect Volatility, But Lots of Positives to Look forward to

Making predictions for the Solar sector in India is never easy, thanks to a tendency to keep tinkering with policy in this heavily policy influenced sector. But after speaking to multiple industry groups, we have the following 5 predictions for you. Starting off with the most obvious picks, total solar installations. Every expert in the […]

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Solar-based WAAS Model Can Improve Access to Affordable Irrigation: Report

A study by CEEW has found that half of the 1,600 farmers surveyed across the state expressed dissatisfaction due to depleting water tables and high expenditure on diesel. With multiple problems farmers facing in the country including reducing water table and high expenditure on diesel to run their pumps to irrigate their lands, the Council […]

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CleanMax Solar Installs Solar Power System at Dilli Haat in Pitampura

This rooftop solar power plant is expected to generate 1.97 lac units of electricity through the year. As part of the 2.5 MW contract secured with the Delhi Government’s power generation arm, Indraprastha Power Generation (IPGCL), CleanMax Solar has commissioned a 140 kWp solar plant at the food and craft bazaar, Dilli Haat in Pitampura. […]

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Indian Solar Capacity to Hit 20GW by FY 2017-18

According to a report released by consulting firm Bridge to India, India is expected to reach an installed solar capacity of 20 gigawatts by the end of the present financial year (2017-18). This was the initial target under the National Solar Mission for March 2022, which was later updated to 100 gigawatts. The current utility […]

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Key technology trends shaping the Global Solar Industry

Innovation in Finance When asked about the direction of innovation in financing for clean energy Manish Chaurasia, Managing Director, Tata Cleantech Capital Ltd. (TCCL) said, there is a lot of innovation happening in clean energy financing on a global scale. From securitization of assets to setting up of yield to monetize and plough back capital, […]

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Rural Electrification & Solar

India is blessed with huge amount of natural resources. It observes around 300 sunny days a year on an average highlighting a huge potential of solar energy in India. Solar energy could play an important role in alleviating energy poverty. India receives solar radiation of 5 to 7 kWh/m2 for 300 to 330 days in […]

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Duke Energy Florida Brings Solar Power Plant Online

The 17 acre facility in Osceola County is providing customers with nearly 4 megawatts of carbon-free solar energy. Nearly 15,000 solar panels soaking up the sun in Osceola County are now providing clean, renewable energy to Duke Energy customers in Florida. The new Duke Energy owned and operated Osceola Solar Facility is about the size of 13 football […]

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