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Tender Floated for Off-Grid Solar Power Supply to LED Pathway Lights for Indian Navy

State-owned Military Engineer Services (MES), which provides an infrastructure for armed forces, has invited bids for the supply of distributed solar energy to LED pathway lights. The scope of work includes the provisioning of off-grid solar electric supply to LED pathway lights at Nofra under GE Gomantak Vasco. The start date and time for downloading […]

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NALCO Tenders for Room Construction for Rooftop Solar Batteries in Damanjodi

State-owned National Aluminium Company Ltd (NALCO) has floated a tender for the construction of room for batteries of rooftop solar units at the premises of its D.M. plant in S.P.P, NALCO, Damanjodi in Odisha. The scope of work includes the construction of room for batteries of rooftop solar units; dismantling of PCC, RCC and tar […]

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Ashish Khanna, MD & CEO, Tata Power Solar on Workforce Development

A skilled workforce is a crucial element that contributes to a vibrant industry, something that is true for the renewable energy industry in the country too. Lack of skilled manpower has been identified as one of the most prominent challenges for the sector. So workforce development is an essential and ongoing process for any organization […]

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Dominion Energy Quadruples RE and Storage in Resource Plan

Dominion Energy Virginia has quadrupled the amount of solar and wind generation in its 15-year, long-term integrated resource plan (IRP). In just one year, Dominion Energy Virginia has quadrupled the amount of solar and wind generation in its 15-year, long-term integrated resource plan (IRP). The increase is driven, in part, by Governor Ralph Northam’s executive order on […]

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NREL Forms Consortium to Advance Solar Perovskite Commercialisation

NREL has formed the US Manufacturing of Advanced Perovskites Consortium, which will work to accelerate commercialisation of perovskite technologies. Working with leading domestic solar companies, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), the Washington Clean Energy Testbeds at the University of Washington, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the University of Toledo have […]

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Residential Solar. Market Yes, But Marketing?

Ashish Anand, a Chandigarh-based businessman reached out to us four months back. With an independent house in the city, he was keen to explore the idea of a solar rooftop for his house. As always, we put him in touch with relevant state sources, and for good measure, a couple of vendors who install solar […]

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Duke Energy Sets Sights for 16 GW Renewable Capacity by 2025

Duke Energy has announced that it has updated its efforts to address climate change with a new goal of 16 GW renewable energy capacity by the end of 2025. In two reports released recently, Duke Energy has announced that it has updated its efforts to address climate change. The firm intends to cut carbon emissions to […]

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SunPower Finds New Way for Solar Promotion amid Covid-19 Crisis

Amid challenging economy due to coronavirus pandemic, Nasdaq listed SunPower has now introduced a new method of solar promotion which offers energy savings and security to US families in immediate need of payment flexibility. California headquartered company has launched a ‘zero down and the first 6 payments covered by Us’ scheme through a VISA Reward Card Rebate*, […]

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