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Sector 39 Waterworks in Chandigarh to Soon Welcome Solar Panels

The Municipal Corporation of Chandigarh will soon get its first solar power plant at the Sector 39 waterworks. The floating solar power panels are expected to generate electricity worth ₹1.38 crore annually. The Chandigarh Renewable Energy and Science and Technology Promotion Society (CREST) will execute the project. CREST is the agency for the implementation of various […]

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MNRE Working on Unified Portal To Help Consumers Set Up Rooftop Solar Panels

The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy with the World Bank and Asian Development Bank is developing a unified web portal, which will facilitate as a single-window clearance system for the consumers looking to install rooftop solar panels. This portal will also help in promoting and creating awareness regarding usage of rooftop solar in India. […]

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SolarWorld Ups Product Workmanship Warranty for Solar Panels to 20 Years

The extended product warranty, which protects owners of SolarWorld solar panels against defects attributable to production flaws, applies to all solar modules shipped after Jan. 1, 2017 SolarWorld has announced that it has doubled the duration of its workmanship warranty on its entire portfolio of solar panel products to 20 years. With the improvement in […]

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Thanjavur Corporation Moves Closer to First Solar Plant

Completing a project first initiated in January last year, the Thanjavur Corporation will tap soon be able to tap solar power to generate 3 megawatts of electricity for its consumption from a solar power plant being set up on the outskirts of the town under the Smart City Project. The ground mounted solar project has […]

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Coming Up Soon, The Problem OF Managing Solar Waste

As large-scale installation of PV solar modules increases in India, the volume of modules that reach the end of their life is also expected to grow manifold. By the end of 2040, the country will represent 30% of the world’s installed solar capacity, a recent IEA report has found. India, which currently doesn’t categorise PV […]

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Inverter Maker Ingeteam Equips Spain’s 1st Solar+Storage System

Spanish inverter manufacturer Ingeteam recently revealed that the company was chosen by electric utility Iberdrola to be its technology partner for the purpose of equipping its solar plant at the Campo Arañuelo photovoltaic complex, Spain, with a battery energy storage system solution. The 40 MW Arañuelo III photovoltaic plant is already in operation, reportedly the first large-scale […]

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Australian RE Agency Grants $40 M to Drive Ultra Low Cost Solar

On behalf of the Australian Government, the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has today announced up to $40 million in funding to support research and development (R&D) that aims to support the achievement of the Government’s ultra low cost solar stretch goal. The R&D funding round will build on ARENA’s previous R&D investment into solar […]

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Solar Innovation In Rooftop Set to Boom

Rooftop solar has been a very popular choice in recent years for markets like the US and Australia, where they are being seen as solutions to not just lower emissions, but also secure energy for owners in difficult situations. In the last decade alone, in the U.S, the number of solar panels installed has gone […]

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