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Silicon is the most abundant solid element on earth; it makes up more than 25% of the earth’s crust. However, it rarely occurs in elemental form, virtually all of it is existing as compounds. Solar cells are made from silicon boules, polycrystalline structures that have the atomic structure of a single crystal. The most commonly […]

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DuPont introduces New Generation of Front Side Silver Paste Solamet PV20A at SNEC 2017

DuPont’s Solamet PV20A is the company’s latest front-side silver paste designed specifically for P-type solar cells DuPont Photovoltaics Solutions has launched the newest innovation to its DuPont Solamet photovoltaic metallization paste at 2017 SNEC Photovoltaic Power Expo in Shanghai. The company showcased DuPont Solamet PV20A at its booth in the event. DuPont’s Solamet PV20A is […]

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VIZ-A-VIZ with HARTEK SINGH, Chairman & Managing Director | Hartek Group

Q. FM Arun Jaitely in presenting Budget for 2017 announced decrease in customs duty on solar energy panels. What type of impact do you see in the solar industry, will this year witness strong development of solar projects in the country? Does the budget looks sunny for the EPC players? The basic customs duty on […]

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VIZ-A-VIZ with Shyam M. Gupta, Project Manager – Saurya EnerTech

“Outsourcing of manpower and other sources might prove costly in case of O&M so it may be good option to take local help for this work. In some cases, if the O&M cost is going high by influences of local unions/demand wages. These all issues may be sorted out in local Gram Panchayats/Local courts by […]

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VIZ-A-VIZ with Herve Bibollet, Managing Director, Webdyn

Q. In september 2015 the company entered Indian solar market with its two products WebdynSun and WebdynModbus. Please share us in detail about the products, its USP and how O&M companies can benefit from these products? Webdyn develops and commercialises data loggers dedicated to the monitoring of solar installations of small or average sizes. These […]

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VIZ-A-VIZ with Nanduri. Purushotham, Director Business Development, Topsun Energy Ltd,

Topsun’s Mehsana facility has three integrated lines with cumulative capacity of 100Mw production line. Opportunity for manufacturing is ample with the ambitious plans of GOI but in my opinion better to opt for other BOC (balance of components) instead of modules manufacturing including cells Indian industry can compete globally and support GW scale domestic requirements.” Please give […]

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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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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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