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UP With The Sun Indian Food Industry

Food industry is an important sector in every economy, and India is no exception. The food industry in India plays an important role in the country’s economic development as a result of the vital linkages and synergies that it promotes between the industrial and the agricultural sector, the two most important sectors in the Indian […]

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POWER OPTIMIZER: Smart Module Technology

Solar power technology isn’t a new discovery; in fact, it was discovered way back in 1800 when Alexandre-Edmond Becquerel—a nineteen-year old French scientist—was experimenting with an electrolytic cell composed of two metal electrodes. He was surprised as he discovered that the materials would emit energy when exposed to light. That was when PV effect came […]

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DRAGON’S EYE on LION’S PIE

Alright! It gave mostly new narratives to apprehend the ‘Solar’ relation between India and China.The then thought China’s shabby rural-oriented solar program in the 1990s today throws an incremental progression amid the western economic powers. What can be more assertive to say that China is today global leader has divulged as the world’s largest renewable […]

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Meyer Burger Awarded Contract for DW 288 Series 3 Diamond Wire Cutting Technology

REC Group has awarded Meyer Burger a contract for the delivery and installation of the latest generation DW 288 Series 3 diamond wire cutting platform for multi-crystalline silicon block slicing. Meyer Burger awarded contract for DW 288 Series 3 diamond wire cutting technology for around CHF 12 million from leading European brand of solar panels. […]

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Jolywood Sends Letter to United States International Trade Commission

Jolywood submitted letter in response to US-based solar manufacturer Suniva’s request for the USITC to launch an investigation into the protection measures of global crystalline silicon photovoltaic products for import to the United States Jolywood Solar Technology Co. Ltd. recently submitted a letter to the United States International Trade Commision (USITC). Jolywood’s letter was in response […]

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Ingot Carving the Future

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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Hope for Micro Grids

While perennial sinking prices of renewable energy systems, integrating technologies such as photovoltaic rooftop systems and solar farms into regional grids will require energy storage in the form of batteries and other technologies for load continuity. Currently, about 1.2 billion people in emerging economies lack access to electrical power. The World Bank report claims that […]

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VIZ-A-VIZ with Alex Au, CTO, NEXTracker

“While India tenders for storage + PV projects are beginning to take root after a year or so of fits and starts, NEXTracker has been building a solid foundation of brain power and boots on the ground staff in our Hyderabad office from design engineers, product and project managers. We look forward to enhancing India’s […]

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