Solar Energy

Maharashtra, UP gets Tough Solar Targets for 2022

The MNRE has recently handed over red-letters to solar-friendly states underlining targets and deadline for renewable energy generation and absorption. The letter pronounces Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh into the challenging solar energy targets by 2022, asserting Maharashtra to increase 30 times solar capacity to its existing 378.7 MW generating 11,926 MW. UP also has a […]

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India on track for 20GW Goal from Indian Large-Scale Solar Pipeline – MNRE

Ministry of New and Renewable Energy(MNRE) reports that it has accumulated six new projects to its accredited solar parks, which will now create 33 parks across 21 states, with an aggregate PV capacity of 19.9 GW. The promising spur of the Indian National Solar Mission (NSM) has underlined another milestone closer towards a revised 175 […]

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Global Solar PV Pipeline well Crosses the 200 GW Mark

With an undeniable stir in United States solar investment tax credit (ITC) proposed last year, the global solar photovoltaic pipeline is now reported to surpass 200 gigawatts (GW). At a combined capacity of 110 GW, projects in the U.S., China and Brazil make up half of the current PV pipeline, according to IHS. The biggest […]

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Kyocera Rebuild Nepal’s Earthquake Regions with Solar Power Generation Systems

Under the United Nations Development Programme(UNDP), Kyocera announces its donation of  five portable solar power generating systems to rehabilitate the earthquake effected regions of Nepal. The company identified the prominent effected places and delivered three systems to Gorkha District and two systems to Sindhupalchowk District recently. Extending the UNDP’s efforts, Kyocera offered solar power generating […]

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Researchers Paves Path on Converting Sunlight into Hydrogen

A team of Korean researchers claims to have developed a new type of multilayered (Au NPs/TiO2/Au) photoelectrode that boosts the ability of solar water-splitting to produce hydrogen. The researchers affiliated with UNIST asserts that this special photoelectrode, inspired by the way plants convert sunlight into energy is capable of absorbing visible light from the sun, […]

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Canadian Northern Territory aims to Operate Completely on Solar

Canada is in vigorous search for alternatives sources to deviate itself from fossils fuels. Colville Lake situated in the Sahtu Region of the Northwest Territories of Canada is known to have successfully prototyped a system of batteries and solar panels that will leverage the entire community to run on sun’s energy; at least in the […]

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Solar City to Generate Solar Power with Tesla’s Electric Car Batteries at Night

There are some glitches into saying solar power energy availability for 24×7, through which the most evitable skeptic comes for solar generation is night. Keeping history on one side, SolarCity has announced that there liable to address the problem by partnering with Tesla’s 52 MWh Powerpack lithium-ion battery storage system for its massive solar power […]

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The Red Lake Nation Turns Solar Starts with 15 MW of Installation

The Red Lake Nation tribal leaders announces of getting into the solar business. Claimed as one of the largest solar projects planned in northern Minnesota, the plan is to install 15 megawatts of solar panels across the rooftops of their largest buildings. With this accomplishment, the vicinity can illuminate every bulb in the tribe’s three […]

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Solar Power Tariffs to witness Legitimate Fall – Study

Despite aggressive bidding, debt viability of projects with low execution and counterparty risks — especially those under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission scheme and Solar Park scheme, is likely to remain intact,” said a recent report of India Ratings and Research, or Ind-Ra. Solar power tariffs—which hit a low of Rs 4.34 per unit […]

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