Solar PV

Backsheet – a Guard for your Solar Modules

With the huge thrust on Renewable Energy Segment, a rapid growth of Global Solar PV market has been observed in the last five years. Lot of new demands were created – utility scale and roof-top segment have been phenomenal across the World. But often it has been observed that quality issues with the solar module […]

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Interview with Krishan Sharma, Vice President – Asia, ReneSola

For Krishan Kumar Sharma, a 12 year journey in the solar sector has taken him to Renesola, a leading module manufacturer, where he is the Vice President, South Asia. With his wide exposure to the solar markets in Asia, and through Renesola, the world, we caught up with him to get a view on the […]

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Storage Stays In Focus With New 1200 MW tender Plan from SECI

After the success of its previous 1200 MW tender for renewable generation plus guaranteed peak supply, the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) has issued a notice inviting tender (NIT) for a repeat of its previous tender. That was oversubscribed by 420 MW. SECI informs us that details will be uploaded soon on the website […]

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Cenfura, C4D to Tokenise Renewable Assets in South Africa

Cenfura and C4D will tokenise microgrid assets in South Africa, the partnership will construct and operate solar and battery storage-based microgrid assets Cenfura has entered into an agreement with C4D to tokenise microgrid assets in South Africa. The partnership will construct and operate the solar PV and battery storage-based microgrid assets in 6,500 gated communities across South […]

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Solar PV Sources Emit More CO2 Than Geothermal : Study

A new research has revealed that Solar PV cells emit more carbon dioxide (CO2) than geothermal power plants during their lifetime. New research published in the journal Geomechanics and Geophysics for Geo-Energy and Geo-Resources has revealed that Solar photovoltaic (PV) cells emit more carbon dioxide (CO2) than geothermal power plants during their lifetime. According to […]

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Chattisgarh Issues Tariff Regulations for Renewable Energy Projects

CSERC has issued the regulations for determining tariff for renewable energy sources for the purpose of sale of power to Discoms in Chattisgarh The Chattisgarh State Electricity Regulatory Commission (CSERC) has issued the regulations specifying the terms and conditions of tariff for renewable energy sources for the purpose of sale of power to Discoms in […]

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Nearly 1955 GW of new Solar Capacity to be Installed by 2028: Report

A new report presents a forecast of installed capacity, system prices for the global solar PV market, predicting 1955 GW in installations by 2028 A new report presents a forecast of installed capacity, system prices, application segments, and revenue for the global solar PV (SPV) market through 2028. Predicting the installation of 1955 GW of solar […]

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Is the ‘Lucky Country’ Pushing Its Luck with Climate Change?

Australia, for long the ‘lucky country’ due to a variety of reasons, especially its size, abundance of natural resources and some would say, distance from the rest of the world, is finally feeling the heat from climate change, activists say. Is that true? And How well prepared is Australia to do its bit? Just over […]

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Canadian Solar Signs O&M Agreement for 300 MW Solar Plant in Australia

Canadian Solar has signed O&M agreement with Gannawarra, Hayman and Daydream Solar Farm for three solar plants totaling 300 MW in Australia China-based Canadian Solar, one of the leading global solar power companies, has announced that it has signed an Operation and Maintenance (O&M) agreement with Gannawarra Solar Farm Pty Ltd, Hayman Solar Farm Pty […]

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