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Systems Engineer, Solar and Storage – Requisition Engineering

Fluence is looking for a solar and storage systems engineer with experience designing, commissioning, and operating utility-scale solar and storage power plants. The role will be responsible for bridging both, product and field teams in supporting project commissioning, collecting and organizing feedback and driving product improvement implementation for solar and storage platforms. Responsibilities:- This role […]

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DHL Seeks to Cut Emissions by Deploying Solar Panels on EV Fleet

DHL Express is installing solar panel units on trucks within its U.S. operations, which include pickup and delivery fleet. As per the company, its trucks will be equipped with the novel TRAILAR solar technology to help DHL cut down carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 1,000 kg per year for each vehicle. The technology is also […]

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LG Electronics to Exit Global Solar Panel Business

LG Electronics Inc. is exiting the global solar panel business. The decision, approved Feb. 22 by the LG board of directors in South Korea, follows a comprehensive review of the impact of increasing material and logistics costs, as well as severe supply constraints, on the solar business, the company has said in a statement. Although […]

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MNRE Minister confirms fresh bids to be called for expanded Solar PLI Scheme

Union minister for Power and Renewable Energy RK Singh has said that the fresh bids will be invited for the setting up of 40,000 MW production capacity for solar modules and cells under the production-linked incentive (PLI) scheme. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman had made an additional outlay of Rs 19,500 crore for the PLI scheme […]

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Rooftop Solar Installation Price to Rise Until 2023: GlobalData

Those striving to improve their carbon footprint by installing rooftop solar panels during the pandemic missed out on what has been over a decade-long annual price drop, according to GlobalData. The data and analytics company found that the price of panel systems dropped every year between 2013 and 2020, after which COVID-19-related supply chain disruption […]

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Ecoppia to Supply Cleaning Robots to Actis Solar Plant in Andhra Pradesh

Israel-based Ecoppia, which provides robotic cleaning solutions for photovoltaic solar, has announced another project of 150MW with Sprng Energy, a company owned by investment platform Actis. Ecoppia robots will be deployed at Sprng Solar’s Ananthapuram project in Andhra Pradesh in Q2 2022. Actis had initially engaged with Ecoppia back in 2017, installing the fully autonomous robots at 4 different solar […]

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US Tariff Extension on solar products hurts energy goals: China

The Biden administration in the U.S. has extended Trump-era tariffs on imported solar products for four years but made changes to exempt many more products from the levies, such as the more modern bifacial panels, which are key for Biden’s climate agenda because they are the most efficient and will be increasingly used in large […]

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Maxeon Solar raises the bar with warranty of 40 Years On IBC Panels

Headquartered in Singapore, Maxeon Solar Technologies has announced the launch of “the solar industry’s longest and most comprehensive combined warranty” on its Maxeon Interdigitated Back Contact (IBC) product line, which is sold in most countries outside the US and Canada under the SunPower Maxeon brand. Effective for systems installed on or after January 1, 2022, […]

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Kimberly-Clark India adds 1.7 MW Solar plant

Even as India has committed to a net zero target by 2070, expectations from corporates is naturally higher, as they are better resourced and agile. The $19.1 billion (FY 2020) Kimberly-Clark Corporation, through its Indian subsidiary, Kimberly-Clark India has a significant presence in the consumer market too, and now, seeks to lead the change when […]

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