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DRDO Issues Tender For Flexible Solar Panels For Mobile Field Generation

The last date of bid submission is April 17, 2019, and the bids will be opened on April 18, 2019. The Defence Research & Development Organisation (DRDO) has invited bids for flexible solar panels and accessories for alternative renewable power generation system for mounting on a container for mobile field application. The system will have […]

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Waaree Energies Supplies Solar Panels for Terapanth Foods’ Solar Project at Bhavnagar, Gujarat

One of India’s top firms for supplying iodized salt to major FMCG brands, Terapanth Foods Limited- a Friends Group Company, has commissioned a 4 MW solar power project at Bhavnagar, Gujarat. Leading solar manufacturer Waaree Energies provided the firm with 335Wp polycrystalline solar panels for the said project. Pankaj Babulal Singhvi from Terapanth Foods, stated, […]

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Flexible Solar Moves One Step Closer to Mass Market With DaZheng

A 10 year old Chinese startup, DaZheng, has become the first firm worldwide to produce large, flexible perovskite solar panels at scale, with a promised efficiency of 21%. Traditional flexible thin-film solar cells are limited by expensive raw materials and complicated manufacturing processes, which lead to the high cost and limited applications. The new flexible […]

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Coming in 2023, Organic Solar Cells That Can Work Indoors Too

Organic Solar Cells. On The Periphery Till Now Less space, shrinking rooftops & increasing energy consumption are also driving innovations in the solar space. One such is the organic solar cell. It is an advanced & innovative form of thin-film solar cell. Plastic sheets are used instead of a backseat in Organic solar cells & […]

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Odisha Gets First Solar Tree Courtesy ITI Berhampur

The principal of Berhampur Industrial Training Institute (ITI) in the Ganjam district of Odisha has said that the students of the institute have developed a solar tree which is currently installed inside the ITI campus. Principal Rajat Panigrahy informed that the construction of the solar tree is just like a tree where the solar panels […]

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Solis Unveils Sixth Generation Energy Storage Inverter at Intersolar Europe

Solis unveiled its two revolutionary Sixth Generation Energy Storage Inverters at Intersolar Europe in Messe München on 11-13th May. These are Single Phase S6-EH1P(3-6)K-L and the Three Phase S6-EH3P(5-10)K-H inverters. These inverters are intelligent and smart solutions that will provide more usable energy to customers. These newly revealed inverters are the products of Solis’s in-depth […]

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Saudi Researchers harvest water near solar panels to improve efficiency

Researchers at the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology in Saudi Arabia have come up with a novel technology where a solar panel is fitted with an additional system which can harvest water without consuming power from the panels. In the three months long trials, the system used day and night temperature differences and […]

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Stanford Scientists Create New Material for Thin, Lightweight Solar Panels

A race is on in solar engineering to create almost impossibly-thin, flexible solar panels. Engineers imagine them used in mobile applications, from self-powered wearable devices and sensors to lightweight aircraft and electric vehicles. Against that backdrop, researchers at Stanford University have achieved record efficiencies in a promising group of photovoltaic materials, writes Andrew Myers in […]

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Solar Development Engineer – Asia

In this role, you will work with business development leads in key countries to ensure projects deliver maximum value. You will also manage key interfaces with global engineering and global EPC teams to confirm that minimum standards are met, and projects are delivered on-time and on-budget. You are expected to assess, secure and de-risk Shell’s […]

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