Solar PV

PSE&G files to develop more 100MW solar PV in New Jersey

Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G) have planned to extend its Solar 4 All Program by building 100-MW of solar PV on landfill sites in New Jersey. The PSE&G has submitted a proposal to the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities to develop the PV plants on around 10 landfill and brownfield sites over […]

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Darwin International Airport completes its first phase of 5.5MW solar farm

Darwin International Airport has completed first phase of 5.5MW solar farm, switching on 4MW installation that will ultimately supply 25 percent of airport’s power needs. It is believed to be the world’s largest airport solar system. The Darwin Airport solar plant array, which is a $13 million project, will be adding another 1.5MW in phase […]

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Karnataka State Warehousing Corporation Buildings to get Roof-top Solar Units

State-held Karnataka State Warehousing Corporation is set to install rooftop solar PV units with a total capacity of 68 MW on these buildings. The state cabinet has cleared a proposal to setup roof-top solar units in Karnataka State Warehousing Corporation buildings. Law Minister T.B. Jayachandra said that solar units would be installed under the public-private-partnership […]

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UK Renewable Energy Leaders releases a new Commercial Rooftop Solar PV Guide

Two renewable energy leaders in the United Kingdom, Renewable Energy Association and BRE National Solar Centre have released a new Rooftop Solar PV Guide for installing solar photovoltaic (PV) systems on commercial rooftops, which will be of great help to both tenants and landlords of commercial buildings in their bids to decrease energy costs and […]

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France roars the Gigawatt Solar Capacity announces 20GW Solar Tenders

Few years back, the mammoth Gigawatt(GW) stories were profoundly exciting for the solar sector. Now, it seems not a challenge but an amended pledge for every major economy to rejig the renewable transition. The French environment and energy minister Segolene Royal has lately announced a number of new solar tenders in France for the development of various […]

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India to become the 3rd Largest PV Market to overpower Japan – Reports

India’s overall solar project in pipeline now stands at a staggering 23 GW. More than half of it is expected to come online within two years. Bridge to India estimates capacity addition of 4.8 GW solar power plants by this year and over 9 GW in 2017 excluding capacity additions in the rooftop and open […]

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Solar Installation to well surpass 4GW in 2016, marking a 100% YoY Growth – Report

The Indian solar sector is finally emerging from hibernation with solar installations doubling in 2015 after three years of flat growth, said Raj Prabhu, CEO and co-founder of Mercom Capital Group. Global clean energy communications and research firm cited that solar installations totaled 2,133 MW in 2015, up from 883 MW installed in 2014, which […]

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Alberta Government Gets $5M to Boost Solar Energy

The Alberta Government is anticipating $5 Million speculation will help to ignite the renewable energy growth. ‘It’s about doing the right thing for our province’, said Shannon Phillips, minister of Environment and Parks, at NAIT’s Centre for Sustainable Energy Technologies. ‘It supports new jobs in a greener more diverse economy’, he added. The funds will […]

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CSE Claims about the Lack of Interest in Solar Thermal of India

With an end goal to comprehend why the solar thermal power division has not been empowered for power generation and other applications, Centre of Science and Environment (CSE) sorted out a conference recently, on the titled ‘The forgotten solar: Solar thermal and its development’. According to CSE report, states of concentrated solar in India, which […]

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