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Goldi Solar to Expand Capacity to 2.5 GW with New Plant in Gujarat

Solar Panel manufacturer and EPC provider Goldi Solar has announced its plans to increase its manufacturing capacity to 2.5 GW with a new facility on the outskirts of Surat, Gujarat. Presently, the existing facility has a capacity of 500 MW and the expansion of 2 GW has been planned in two stages. The first phase […]

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West Bengal gets 5.4 MW Floating Solar With Sagardighi Project

West Bengal got the first of what its hopes will be many floating solar plants, with the commissioning of the 5.4 MW Sagardighi plant by Ciel et Terre. PSU Engineering major Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) was the EPC partner for the project. Ciel et Terre is a french floating specialist, and the world’s largest […]

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Chinese Module Maker Yingli Solar Seeks A Comeback

Yingli Solar, which was once the largest manufacturer of solar panels in the world and the first Chinese company to sponsor the FIFA World Cup TM, has announced plans to make a serious comeback. The Hebei province-based firm, which slipped from a peak turnover of over $2.4 billion in 2011 to less than $650 million […]

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PSU Gas Major GAIL To Join Solar Bandwagon

Gas Authority of India Limited (GAIL), the largest operator of gas pipelines in the country, has announced plans to enter solar power development. GAIL commands ~70% market share in gas transmission and has a Gas trading share of over ~ 50% in India. GAIL and its Subsidiaries / JVs also have a formidable market share […]

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Hong Kong’s CyberPort Gets An Innovative Solar Rooftop From NEFIN

Solar photovoltaic (PV) developer and investor in carbon neutrality solutions, NEFIN Group, has announced the start of its solar system installation at Hong Kong’s Cyberport Business Centre, a key fintech hub in the city state. Nefin was appointed by Hong Kong Cyberport (Cyberport). Nefin claims that its system overcomes space and loading constraints of most buildings […]

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Kesterite Offers A Pathway To Greener Solar Cells

Kesterite is a natural mineral with many important material properties, including a band gap that can be used as a light absorber material for next generation thin-film solar cells. Unlike their perovskite-based competitor technologies, Kesterite solar cells are natural and non-toxic, making them them a truly eco-friendly alternative to the fully or partially inorganic materials, silicon and […]

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Axpo & IWB Build the Largest Solar Plant in Swiss Alps

In a statement released yesterday, it was revealed that over the next four months, Axpo, Switzerland’s largest renewable energy producer, and IWB, a Basel-based power provider, will build the largest Alpine solar plant in Switzerland at the Muttsee dam. Following construction approval from the local municipality of Glarus Süd, the first components were transported to […]

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Ranking Top 10 Solar Tracker Firms Worldwide

A solar tracker is a device deployed along with solar panels, directing the latter towards the sun. Trackers not only maximise the energy capture but also further boost the efficiency of the overall power generation process through minimising the angle of incidence – or the angle that a ray of light makes with a line […]

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Aurora Solar Raises $250 Million to Digitize Solar Installations

Funding Round Led by Coatue Signals Market Interest in the Growing Solar Industry Aurora Solar, the industry’s leading software platform for solar sales and design, today announced it has closed a $250 million Series C funding round led by Coatue, with follow-on participation from existing investors ICONIQ Capital, Energize Ventures, and Fifth Wall. In just over two years, Aurora […]

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