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STFI, IGCC Successfully Conducts Training on Solar Industrial Heat

Solar Thermal Federation of India (STFI) and Indo-German Chamber of Commerce (IGCC) has successfully organised a training workshop on solar industrial heat in Pune. The move was part of the Solar Payback project in order to accelerate Solar Heat for Industrial Process (SHIP) along with to provide first-hand training on designing and understanding economics. During […]

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Does Solar Rooftop Need to Take a Cue from Compulsory rainwater harvesting?

After Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his concern via ‘Mann Ki Baat’ program about water crisis, rainwater harvesting also become the talk of the town, like solar these days. India has shown massive capacity additions in solar but has fallen behind on its target of achieving 40 GW rooftop solar by 2022. Here’re a few […]

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Solar Thermal Industry Seeks Replacement of 18% GST with 5%

Before the introduction of Goods and Services Tax (GST) by the Government of India from 1st of July 2017, many taxes like VAT, Octroi, Service tax have been subsumed into a single tax of GST. The GST has merged under the heading Renewable energy devices & parts for their manufacture all of the earlier solar […]

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Budget 2019: Solar Industry Seeks Quick Reforms from Modi 2.0

When the Narendra Modi-led National Democratic Alliance government was voted back to power in a landslide victory in the recently concluded general polls, expectations of the corporate world and especially from the renewable industry grew mile high from the Union Budget 2019 which will be presented on 5th July. Now with the continuation of the […]

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STFI Recommendations to Accelerate Solar Process Heat in Dairies

Speaking at a workshop organized by the National Dairy Development Board (NDDB), RK Singh, Minister of power, New & Renewable Energy highlighted the need for creating an enabling and stable policy framework to further propagate usage of solar energy. Stressing on the need for utilizing the dairy cooperative network for the benefit of the farmers. […]

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Cheap Chinese Imports Push Out Local Solar Players

Aside from a couple of enormous players, for example, Tata Power Solar, solar thermal makers are generally in the little or medium scale section and give around one lakh occupations. The National Solar Mission may have set an objective of 20 million m2 (meter square) solar thermal limit with ‘Make in India’ boards, however the […]

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Solar Thermal Federation teams up with IGCC for three year Solar Payback project

STFI will collaborate with IGCC for use of solar power thermal energy in industrial processes Solar Thermal Federation of India (STFI) and Indo-German Chamber of Commerce (IGCC) will jointly implement three-year support project for use of solar power thermal energy in industrial processes. “The STFI and IGCC have teamed up for the international ‘Solar Payback’ […]

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STFI, IGCC to implement three-year support project for solar process heat “Solar Payback” in India

Solar Payback project aims to increase the use of solar thermal energy in industrial processes The Solar Thermal Federation of India (STFI) and the Indo-German Chamber of Commerce (IGCC) have teamed up for the international ‘Solar Payback’ project. The Solar Payback project aims to increase the use of solar thermal energy in industrial processes. Supported […]

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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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