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Programme Officer (Solar Energy)

Duties and Responsibilities: The Renewable Energy (solar) Programme Officer will support the ISA through the collection, analysis, and presentation of data on renewable energy(solar) needs and opportunities specifically in relation to solar energy. The Programme Officer will report either to the Director, Programme or the Director of Technology and Innovation and be responsible for the […]

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Will Larger Solar Module Sizes Work For Everyone?

As Panel Sizes Grow, Time For A Reality Check For C&I Buyers & Residential homeowners looking for Rooftop Solar. The second half of 2020 marked a new shift in the solar module segment, with many manufacturers announcing the launch of bigger, better & higher output modules. Some have called these the next level of technology […]

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Voroly Solar Garden Light Scene Torch

Product Brief: Auto On/Off Solar Lighting for Yard Garden Party and Festival Decoration. PRODUCT FEATURES: Unique Flames Design: These torches lights truly prove to be a very safe alternative to the real flames as they don’t actually carry real fire. Eco-friendly and Long-Time working: It doesn’t need battery power. Weather Resistant: It is resistant to […]

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The 2021 Roadmap For Solar

With Budget 2021 finally behind us, India’s renewable energy sector, particularly solar has to reckon with a new reality finally. The renewable energy sector, especially solar, will have the government’s ear, but don’t expect any major moves anytime soon, as the government grapples with broader issues across the economy. Solar at least has the comfort […]

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NTPC 320 MW Project Awarded To Tata Power Solar

Tata Power Solar on Saturday (January 23) announced that it has bagged an order worth ₹1,200 crore from national generator NTPC for setting up of a 320 MW ground-mounted solar project. For Tata Power Solar, India’s largest integrated solar company and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tata Power, the win is a boost to its project pipeline, now […]

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India’s Solar Manufacturing- A Tale of failed Government Initiatives

India’s solar manufacturing prowess, or lack of it, has been a regular cause for concern ever since the country started powering forward in capacity additions from 2016 onwards. A new report from IEEFA and JMK Analytics puts the spotlight on the sector, especially on its failure to ramp up even as demand went up domestically. […]

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Can ATUM Bridge The Rooftop Solar Gap for India?

For Hyderabad based Visaka Industries, an established firm (Rs 1057 crore revenues in 2019-20) in the construction sector with multiple product lines ranging from corrugated cement sheets, fibre cement boards, and manmade yarn, the move into Hybrid solar roofs might be the most transformational yet. Not only does the new venture mark its entry into […]

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Enphase Energy and Sunnova Expand Partnership to Include Battery Storage

Enphase Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ: ENPH), a global energy management technology company and the world’s leading supplier of microinverter-based solar-plus-storage systems, today announced the expansion of the Company’s long-term relationship with Sunnova Energy International Inc. (NYSE: NOVA) to include Enphase Encharge™ storage systems. As a power service provider, Sunnova will empower its network of solar dealers in the U.S. to […]

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PLN has ‘Green Ambition’ but is Short on Renewable Energy Credibility: IEEFA

IEEFA finds that PLN must be prepared for a much higher level of scrutiny when the company launches its debut green and/or sustainable bonds. Indonesian state-owned electricity company PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) is preparing to issue a “green and/or sustainable financing” instrument as early as January 2021 following the publication of its Statement of Intent […]

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