solar pumps

Grundfos Eyes on Solar, Smart Pumps to Double India Revenue

Grundfos is using energy efficient, IT-enabled offerings from its Danish parent’s portfolio. That is apart from the locally-developed solar pumps that are available in Indian market. In a bid to double its revenue to Rs 1,000 Crore, Grundfos India Ltd is expanding its network by betting big on ‘Make in India’ solar pump for rural […]

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Waaree Energies Wins ‘Solar Module Company Of The Year’ Award

Apart from supplying more than 400 MW of modules in 2017, Waaree also executed more than 50 MW of solar EPC projects and supplied 3000 tonnes of module mounting structures and more than 2000 solar pumps.   Solar power solutions company, Waaree Energies Ltd. has won the ‘Solar Module Company of the year’ award at […]

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Viz-A-Viz with Neelesh Garg, Director | Saatvik Green Energy

SOLAR MARKET HAS A LOT OF SCOPE IN INDIA Saatvik Green Energy is on a mission to lead the global transition to renewable energy in India. Having established its manufacturing facility in the state of Haryana, Saatvik actively supports the initiatives to provide clean sources of energy, by manufacturing and distributing world class solar photovoltaic […]

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Central Government to Asses Performance, Socio-Economic Impact of Solar Units

The basic idea is to review the performance of the installed solar systems and see if it is really being used by people or just lying idle after installation. Government of India is planning to assess the technical performance and socio-economic impact of over one lakh solar pumps and more than six lakhs residential solar […]

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Subsidies Alone Won’t Scale up Reception of Solar Pumps: CEEW

Farmers who don’t have electric pumps ought to be focused with littler solar pumps as they would discover solar pumps appealing at even 30 percent subsidy. A subsidy drove approach alone may not accomplish the objective of one million solar pumps by 2021 and the legislature must target minor farmers, an autonomous examination by the […]

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Farmers in Maharashtra to Get Low Tariff Electricity through Solar Feeders

The decision of using solar powered feeders has been taken to become self sufficient in the power sector. The government of Maharashtra will provide cheap and assured electricity to farmers across the state through solar feeders in the next three years, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said at Ralegan Siddhi. The statement came after CM Fadnavis […]

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United States Examining Partnering With International Solar Alliance

The USA has shown keen interest to partner in the ISA programme and projects but for formal membership it may have its internal processes. Inspite of the USA withdrawing from the Paris Accord on climate change, International Solar Alliance (ISA) remains hopeful of partnership with that country. “I had received a mail from US yesterday […]

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Japan Keen to Increase Cooperation in Energy Sector

Japanese Ambassador Kenji Hiramatsu is looking forward to enhance the cooperation in areas like environmental equipment for coal thermal power plants, grid stabilization, pump-up storage hydro power, smart telecommunication towers, solar irrigation pumps and bio fuels Japan has said its technologies can provide solutions for challenges being faced by India in the energy sector which […]

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ISA to Float Global Tender for 5 Lakh Solar Pumps Sets Before December

International Solar Alliance is going to make a small global tender for five hundred thousand pump sets. Five Hundred thousand solar pump sets for the farmers in 121 countries means 500 thousand families lives can be changed. International Solar Alliance (ISA) plans to come out with a global tender this year for price discovery of […]

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