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Amp Energy Commissions 13.5MW Solar Power Project in Maharashtra

New Delhi-based Amp Energy India has recently commissioned a 13.5 MW solar power project for cement manufacturer Orient Cement. The 13.5 MW project will supply solar power to Orient Cement’s manufacturing facility in Maharashtra from Amp’s open access facility in Gurgaon village, district Osmanabad in the state. Orient Cement has signed a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) […]

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Poland Awards 870MW Solar & 460MW Wind Capacity in RE Auctions

The Energy Regulatory Authority (URE) of Poland has selected 1.33 GW of solar and wind power capacity in 3 renewable energy auctions held in December 2021. Solar’s share is 870 MW of the total. Out of 5 auctions held in this month, only 3 were concluded, according to the URE, but all for new installations. […]

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Sungrow Signs Up For 280 MW Solar Plant With Rays Power For Bangladesh

Sungrow, the global solar inverter solution major, signed the largest PV inverter contract, totaling 280 MW with Rays Power Infra, a leading integrated solar power company, to build the largest solar power plant in Bangladesh. Sungrow provides the industry-leading central inverter solution as well as the comprehensive on-site and post-sale service. This solar power plant […]

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Curbs On Banking Of Power Risks Hurting Renewable Producers

A briefing note by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) and JMK Research asserts that new restrictions on banking of power will inhibit the growth of the rooftop and open-access solar market. This would have a wide ranging impact on India’s national target of 500 gigawatts (GW) of installed renewable capacity by […]

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Octopus Energy, Sterlite Power Sign MOU For Green Power Systems

UK based  1.2 billion pound sterling energy group Octopus Energy Group, which has over 3 million customers in the UK has entered into an MOU with leading Indian power transmission player Sterlite Power. The agreement aims to help decarbonise Indian industry and bring cheaper green power to consumers around the world. The Memorandum of Understanding […]

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Koch Invests $150 million in GameChange Solar

GameChange Solar Holdings Corp. (GameChange), a leading US provider of racking and tracker systems for utility scale solar power plants, announced today that Koch Strategic Platforms (“KSP”), a subsidiary of Koch Investments Group, has made a $150 million investment in GameChange to support the company’s strategic development goals. In India, GameChange has its office in […]

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In Blow To Power Reforms, Key Provisions In Draft Electricity Bill (amendment) 2021, Dropped

The Draft electricity amendment bill (2021), whose withdrawal was one of the demands of the agitating farmers, has gone through some major changes after ‘feedback’ from ‘stakeholders’. And it is clear who has been winning the arguments, if one goes through the (dropped) changes that have been shared by the sources in the Power Ministry. […]

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Ayana Renewable Acquires 250MW Solar Assets from ACME in Rajasthan

ACME Solar Holdings Private Ltd will divest 100% equity stake in its 250 MWac solar PV power plants, located in Rajasthan, to Bengaluru-based renewable energy platform Ayana Renewable Power Private Ltd, following the signing of a new deal between the two companies. With this transaction with ACME, Ayana, which is majority controlled by the National […]

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Staying Fashionable with Solar Powered Clothing

According to the UN, globally, from material sourcing, through supply chains to washing and waste, the fashion industry produces an estimated 10% of all carbon emissions. It is also the second-largest consumer of the world’s water supply and pollutes the oceans with microplastics. Yet, there is little awareness about these facts. Greenwear Fashion, is among […]

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