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NIPSCO Announces two Solar Projects Worth 300 MW in Indiana

NIPSCO has announced the next phase of its plans to transition to cleaner energy resources, with the addition of two new solar projects in central Indiana. NIPSCO, a subsidiary of NiSource Inc has announced the next phase of its plans to transition to lower-cost, cleaner energy resources, with the addition of two new solar projects that […]

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Rooftop Solar in Delhi Breaks Free of Height Constraints

The two metre  height regulation in Delhi, which was seen as a constraint by many owners, owing to the impact it would have on other uses for rooftops, has been removed. The South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) has relaxed norms governing the height of the panels, making it easier for many to consider solar rooftop […]

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Duke Energy Brings Online its Largest Solar Project in Texas

Duke Energy has announced that its 200 MW Holstein Solar project in Texas has begun commercial operation. It is the largest solar project in its fleet. Duke Energy Renewables, a subsidiary of Duke Energy, has announced that its 200-megawatt (MW) Holstein Solar project in Nolan County, Texas, has begun commercial operation. It is the largest solar project […]

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JinkoSolar to Supply PV Modules Worth 126 MW for Chile Project

JinkoSolar will supply 126 MW of solar modules for the expansion of an existing 160 MW solar PV park in Chile. JinkoSolar, one of the largest solar module manufacturers in the world, has announced that it will supply 126 MW of solar modules for the expansion of an existing 160 MW solar PV park in Chile. […]

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Bank of America and Duke Energy Agree PPA for 25 MW Solar Power

Bank of America is partnering with Duke Energy to further expand its renewable energy commitment by powering its Charlotte operations with solar energy. Bank of America has announced today that it is partnering with Duke Energy to further expand its renewable energy commitment by powering its headquarters and other Charlotte operations with solar energy. Through a renewable energy […]

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Our Fluorine-Free Endurance Backsheets are Fully Recyclable, Helping to Make Solar Even More Sustainable: Vivek Chaturvedi

India is 2nd biggest market for DSM for our relatively newer offering – Endurance backsheets. These backsheets do not contain fluorine and are fully recyclable, helping to make the solar industry even more sustainable. India is at a cusp of exponential growth, hence is a market of strategic importance to DSM. We have been in […]

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Cleaner air During Lockdown Helped Delhi Generate More Solar Power: Study

Reduction in air pollution in Delhi due to lockdown may have led to more sunlight reaching solar panels, resulting in the production of more clean energy. Based on data collected in Delhi, a team of researchers – majorly from at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Boston – report that the reduction in air pollution […]

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KB Home Offers SunPower’s New OneRoof Solar System

KB Home, a leading homebuilder in the United States, announced that it has become the first homebuilder to offer Nasdaq listed SunPower’s new and innovative OneRoof product at its Ashbury new-home community in San Francisco Bay Area. SunPower OneRoof system has delivered an efficient, durable, attractive and cost-effective solar roofing product that is ideal for […]

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