Solar Energy

DND flyway Power Capacity to turn Solar

India is on a spree to eliminate fossil fuel dependency and accelerate alternative sources of energy.  Latest reports assert that lighting facilty at the DND flyway will be illuminated by solar energy. The flyway operator, Noida Toll Bridge Company Ltd (NTBCL), has decided to shift to renewable energy source to refrain use of traditional power […]

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MIT explains the crux behind the World’s Lightest Solar Cells

As solar panels get mainstream, innovations into this technology are also on leap. Today, technologies are getting more flexible, thinner and lighter and researchers at MIT are known to have abided the rules and created the thinnest, lightest solar cells ever produced. The MIT professor Vladimir Bulovi, research scientist Annie Wang, and doctoral student Joel […]

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The Colossal Solar is Tuning Growth – New Numbers are Promising

The solar wealthy countries are on a row to compete on this nascent solar market. Last year, the big heads of the world congregated to sign a historic pact under International Solar Alliance (ISA), marking the generation to the alternative energy, especially ‘solar’.   The solar industry of U.S. is witnessing impetus growth as new reports […]

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Uttarakhand launches Solar Scheme to address Unemployment and Power Crisis

To foster per-capita income and engage employment in Uttarakhand, Chief Minister Harish Rawat announces a unique five kilowatt solar energy plant. Benefiting 10 hill districts of the state, the state government announced a state-sponsored scheme ‘Suryouday Swarojgar Yojna’. Talking on the intiative, Rawat said beneficiaries of the scheme would be given 90% subsidy to each […]

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Untouched Village of Tamil Nadu Gets Solar Hope

Known to be the most remote village of Dindigul district (Tamil Nadu) gets a mini-grid solar power station enlightening the first spark of electricity in all the houses. Commissioned at a cost of Rs. 3.78 lakh by Selco India, Moongilpallam village’s solar station has sufficient capacity to supply electricity for the next five years. Additionally, […]

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Welspun Renewables’ extends Solar Capacity in Punjab

Welspun Renewables is reported to have extended it solar capacity in Punjab by 4 MW (AC). Evaluating Punjab to a green energy run, the latest addition comes is thenceforth of its 32 MW (AC) Bathinda solar project. The two projects combined together will be annually feeding 54.37 million units of clean energy to the grid. Consequent […]

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New Policy for Solar Panels in the Indian Railways

With Indian government’s aim of making India the ‘clean energy’ kernel, the largest rail network has settled a policy for harnessing solar energy on rooftops of Railway premises. The policy will allow establishing solar power plants through developer mode with a long term Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) by Railways. The existing policy pronounces rooftops of […]

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Solar Log smart meters for residential solar PV plants receives UL 2735 certification

Solar Data Systems, Inc. has announced that its Solar-Log line-up of smart meters for residential solar PV plants has received Underwriter Laboratories 2735 certification. Solar-Log line-up includes company’s photovoltaic monitoring technology with Aclara residential I-210+ utility meter (formerly GE). The product line-up which comes with UL 2735 certification include Solar-Log 350, 360 and 370 beside […]

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Geronimo Energy sells a 66-MW portfolio of Minnesota Community Solar Garden developments to BHE Renewables

Geronimo Energy has announced the sale of its second portfolio of Minnesota Community Solar Garden developments (“the Portfolio”) to subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Energy, the BHE Renewables. Geronimo Energy’s Portfolio include a total of 66 megawatts (“MW”) of solar garden projects spread across 21 locations and 16 Minnesota counties, which will be completed by the […]

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