Solar Energy

Wärtsilä Inks O&M Pact for 132 MW Bahamian Power Plant

Wärtsilä entered into a 2-year operation and maintenance (O&M) agreement with the Bahamas Power and Light Company Ltd (BPL), an electricity supplier company in the Bahamas. The agreement was signed for a 132 MW power plant in The Commonwealth of Bahamas, which was supplied and built by Wärtsilä itself. Recently in the month of December […]

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What are your key expectations you hope will be addressed in New Year?

Aspirations of solar industry are also rising in this New Year, as the year gone by was filled with many challenges which resulted into slowing down the speed of growth of the solar industry as compared to the previous years. Here’re some expectations of the industry stakeholders that they wish will be fulfilled in the […]

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NISE to Organise Skill Development Prog on Solar PV System Design

The National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE) is organizing its 23rd skill development program on solar photovoltaic (PV) system design using “PVSYST & PVSOL” software with cost economics and policies. This is a five day training programme which will commence from February 03, 2020 and will end on February 07, 2020. The motive behind the […]

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We are Planning to Enter Into EV Charger Market in India: Brijesh Prajapati

We are also entering in the Indian market with our new and innovative EV Charger products. For this, our discussions are already going on with some reputed Indian companies about EV Charger concept. In my opinion, EV Segment and Li-ion battery products have very good scope in the Indian market. So, we are very optimistic […]

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India Leads in Asia-Pacific Solar Tenders Activity in Dec with SECI’s 2.4GW Capacity

In continuing its ambitious solar energy drive, India topped in the Asia-Pacific region for solar photo voltaic (PV) tenders activity in December last year, according to the data and analytics company. With forty nine tenders announced and a 75.4 percent share, India topped the list among all other countries in the region, followed by the […]

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Huaneng Dongfang Power Plant: Intelligent for Three Years, Still Going Strong

Three years ago, the Huaneng Company and Huawei jointly digitalized the Dongfang Power Plant. As the first PV project to be digitalized, it is worth looking back to see how the new technology has bolstered performance. 20% Higher Energy Yield The project was initiated on June 30, 2016 for grid-tied power generation. It adopted the […]

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SunAlpha Energy Wins 2 MW Rooftop Solar Capacity under Capex Model

Rajasthan based SunAlpha Energy on Saturday said that it has won an aggregate 2,000 kWp of capacity under the state-owned Solar Energy Corporation of India’s (SECI’s) rooftop solar tender for government buildings. Under SECI’s global competitive bidding for the implementation of 97.5 MWp grid-connected rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) system, the successful bidders and developers will […]

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Technique Solaire Commission Second Solar Project in India

Technique Solaire has successfully commissioned its second project in India. The solar plant, with a total output of 27 MWp is spread over 40 hectares. French solar solutions provider, Technique Solaire has announced that it has successfully commissioned its second project in India, in Maharashtra. Built on the territory of the villages of Ratnapur and […]

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AB Inbev, Baywa Ink Biggest Ever European Corporate Solar Deal

Belgian beer giant AB InBev has entered into solar power purchase agreement (PPA) with BayWa r.e., global renewable energy developer, for its European brewing operations. The move came as the beer giant wants to power its European operations with 100 percent renewable electricity. As per the 10-year Virtual Power Purchase Agreement (VPPA), Munich based Baywa […]

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