Solar Power

S&W Solar Continues Repairwork On Reputation

Sterling and Wilson Solar, which has been through the proverbial ‘series of unfortunate incidents’ ever since its IPO, continues to build back its reputation, slowly. The firm, whose IPO price of Rs 780 back in August 2019 is now a distant memory for investors who have lost heavily, with the price down almost 90 percent […]

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Solar Technology Versus Fossil Fuels. Is Endgame here?

Over last few decades, scientists are trying to come up with innovative and efficient ways to utilize energy from the sun. From times immemorial, humans across different civilisations have worshipped the sun as a God due to its various life-giving properties, and rightfully so. We have been using sun for its heating and lighting properties […]

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ITI Limited Tenders for Procurement of Solar Power Under Open Access Model

ITI Limited has issued a tender to procure solar power for one of its premises in Bengaluru through a long term PPA under the 3rd party Open Access model. ITI Limited, India’s first PSU, plans to enhance the use of renewable energy in its Data centre facility to bring it under the “Green Data Centre” […]

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TPDDL to Procure 100  MW Solar, 50 MW Wind Power From SECI After CERC Approval

CERC while hearing on two petitions filed by TPDDL has approved the tariffs of Rs 2.54/kWh for 100 MW solar & Rs 2.52/kWh for 50 MW wind power from SECI The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) while hearing on two petitions filed by Delhi-based power Discom Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited (TPDDL) has approved the […]

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SBI Tenders for Hiring Solar Systems for ATM’s in Delhi Circle

SBI Infra Management Solutions Pvt Ltd (SBIIMS), an arm of country’s largest lender State Bank of India (SBI), has invited bids for the supply of solar power systems on hiring basis for power back-up purpose for its ATM’s that comes under the control of SBI Delhi Circle. The last date and time of bid submission […]

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2020s to be the Decade of Emerging Solar Power Markets: WoodMac

The 2020s are set to deliver more of the same for solar PV, as costs continue to fall, and the global market gets more diverse with emerging markets coming of age The next decade is set to deliver more of the same for solar PV, according to Wood Mackenzie. Costs will continue to fall, though […]

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Can Privatization Help in Solving Discom Distress?

India’s power sector is currently struggling with multiple issues, among them is pending dues of state Discoms (distribution companies) to renewable energy developers. The issue now even sparked the fears that many solar and wind energy projects likely to turn into non-performing assets (NPAs). Here’re some views and voices from the industry on what could […]

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Generating Solar Power at Night With Anti-Solar Cells, now Possible

For Professor Jeremy Munday at the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at UC Davis, generating power at night through solar cells is – no joke! For Professor Jeremy Munday at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at UC Davis, generating power at night through solar cells is – no joke! In fact, a […]

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