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Integrating Storage Key to Solar’s Long-term Success, says Sterling and Wilson Renewable Energy Ltd CEO

In this conversation with Saur Energy, Mr. Chandra Kishore Thakur, CEO, Sterling and Wilson Renewable Energy Limited, reflects on the firm’s current and future plans. Throwing light on solar’s growth potential in India, Mr. Thakur cites inflation, supply chain constraints and GST taxation structure, among others, as key challenges. Q. What is your outlook for the […]

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Tata Power Solar Bags India’s Largest Solar Storage Project Worth Rs 945 cr From SECI

Tata Power Solar Systems Limited (Tata Power Solar), India’s largest integrated solar company and a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Power, has received Letter of Award (‘LoA’) from Solar Energy Corporation of India Ltd. (SECI) to build 100 MW EPC Solar project along with 120 MWh Utility Scale Battery Energy Storage System (BESS). The total […]

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Recruitment of workpersons for various permanent post(s)

Oil India Limited (OIL), a Navratna Public Sector Undertaking is the pioneer and second largest national upstream Oil and Gas Company with a pan India presence and growing global footprint. OIL is set to conquer newer horizons of all-round growth and excellence. It is engaged in exploration, production and transportation of crude oil, natural gas […]

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Powin Announces New Centipede Battery Energy Storage System

Powin LLC, which designs and manufactures ‘safe and scalable’ battery energy storage solutions, announced its new Centipede battery energy storage platform. Centipede is the company’s first fully modular design, complete with pre-integrated segments containing batteries, thermal management equipment, and essential safety systems. Compared to previous generations of Powin’s Stack™ products and smart enclosures, Centipede claims […]

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Australia’s Grid Vulnerabilities Threaten Wind Energy Expansion Too

Australia, where solar rooftop became the number 1 source of energy on some day earlier this year, has been grappling with issues with the national grid for some time. At stake is not just the grid stability itself, but also the expansion of renewables further into the system. While large battery announcements have given the […]

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S.Aussie Grid World’s 1st to Reach Zero Demand, Rooftop Solar Was Key

To its knowledge, says the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO), South Australia is the first gigawatt-scale power system in the world to approach zero operational demand due to such high proportions of demand being met by distributed energy resources (DER) such as rooftop solar. DERs are growing rapidly in the region, with more than 200 […]

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Min of Railways Floats Tender for 500 LPD Solar Water Heater

The Ministry of Railways has invited bids from interested developers for the supply, installation, testing and commissioning of a 500 LPD (litres per day) solar water heater system along with all the necessary civil foundation & plumbing work. The deadline for bid submission is November 29, 2021, 11:00 am. The Railway ministry is responsible for the country’s […]

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Solar PV Specialist

Primary role is to contribute to technical due diligence engagements for solar PV projects by completing energy yield assessments for each solar PV projects on behalf of lenders and investors, and generating standardized sections, covering the results of the yield analysis and the design of the project, for the overall report. This position will work in a […]

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Collaborative Solar Facility Powers 5 Leading New England Colleges

An innovative collaborative energy project has started delivering electricity to five New England colleges—and to tens of thousands of students, staff and faculty—as a new solar energy facility has gone online in Farmington, Maine, US. Launched in 2018, the New England College Renewable Partnership is a first-of-its-kind collaboration among five leading New England liberal arts […]

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