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Budget 2017 Brings Lower Indirect Levies for Renewable Energy Equipment

FM proposes lower excise and customs duties on renewable energy equipment and materials used in solar cells/panels/modules Giving a boost to clean energy programme, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has proposed massive cuts in excise and customs duties on materials used in solar and wind plants, and also announced the second phase of solar park development […]

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Azure Power appoints Cyril Cabanes to its Board of Directors

Cyril Cabanes comes on Azure Power Global’s Board with over 19 years of experience across all facets of infrastructure transactions including acquisitions Azure Power announced that Cyril Cabanes, has been appointed to its Board of Directors. , Cyril Cabanes before joining Azure was Vice President, Head of Infrastructure Transactions, Asia-Pacific at Caisse de dépôt et […]

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India’s Two Renewable Energy Projects contributes towards Climate Battle

Two world-leading renewable energy projects have opened in the Tamil Nadu contributing towards Climate Battle. A £3m industrial plant is capturing the CO2 emissions from a coal boiler and using the CO2 to make valuable chemicals. It is a world first. And just 100km away is the world’s biggest solar farm, making power for 150,000 […]

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Microgrid as a service market to provide over USD 904 Million revenue post 2016

Micro-grid as a service market is expected to deliver CAGR of 16% during the period 2016 to 2022. Market Research Future expects the global micro-grid as a service market to grow over the CAGR of 16% during the period 2016 to 2022 from USD 772 million in 2015. Micro-grid as a solution combines solar photovoltaic […]

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MJP International signs distribution agreement with a Texas-based company, O.C Construction

MJP International has announced that it has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with a Texas-based company, O.C Construction (“the distributor”). Under the agreement O.C Construction will have the exclusive rights to sell and distribute the company’s products in some parts of Texas. The agreement covers over a dozen different types of wind turbine and solar […]

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Emerging batteries and storage management strategies pave the way for microgrids

It may sound ludicrous, but the concept of producing electricity is not very different from producing vegetables. It’s a different thing that the quality of one is increasing, the other in grave pity. We need more and more of electricity for our daily tasks – heating, cooling, cooking, commute (metro and electric vehicles); and so […]

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Operations & Maintenance Best Practices

Electricity generated through coal plants is becoming expensive day by day. Power cuts are frequent, and increasing dependence on diesel generators is causing a lot of damage to the environment. The demand-supply gap for electricity is rising in the country which makes it imperative for people to start thinking of other ways of realizing their […]

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Beyond Silicon: ground-breaking research areas that chuck the Semiconductor

One of the research areas of applied science that has seen a lot of promising ideas go down dwindling (and take companies with them) is that of solar photovoltaic cells. But like Edison said, the most certain way to succeed is to try, one more time. New materials are competing silicon based cells with a […]

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TRACKING THE SUN

Solar power has been identified as one of the emerging sectors of future growth. The solar energy is abundant in our country, and India gets normally 300 days of solar radiation in a year. The inexhaustible sun power not only augments energy generation, but also contributes towards the improvement of environment, energy conservation, and additional […]

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