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Andhra Pradesh’s Vizianagaram Collectorate Goes Fully Solar

Now, the Vizianagaram collectorate has become the Andhra Pradesh’s first collectorate which have made this switch. In a significant development, the Vizianagaram district collectorate of the Andhra Pradesh state has now completely switched to solar power. Now, the Vizianagaram collectorate has become the Andhra Pradesh’s first collectorate which have made this switch. In order to make this […]

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Lucknow Collectorate goes solar, installs 135Kw PV plant

The Lucknow Collectorate on Sunday became the first collectorate in the district to be solar-powered. The solar plant includes 438 panels and four grid-connected solar inverters. This solar grid would produce energy for the next 25 years. The 135Kw solar plant installed at the cost of Rs 98 lakh will provide green power to the entire […]

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Power Roll, Filia to Develop Solar PV-enabled Window Blackout Blinds

Power Roll and Filia Solar have signed an Application Development Partner Agreement to explore the use of Power Roll’s solar film for solar PV-enabled window blackout blinds. Power Roll claims to have developed a unique, flexible, lightweight solar film capable of producing ultra-low-cost green electricity that is up to 10 times cheaper to make than […]

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Russian Scientists Develop New Desalination Tech Using Solar Energy

Russia’s Ural Federal University (UrFU) power engineers have developed a new desalination technology, which is expected to significantly reduce the cost of desalination and quadruple the volume of production. The results of the research are published in the journal Case Studies in Thermal Engineering. Desalination plants deserve, and have attracted research efforts because of their […]

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MNRE Urgently Needs Strategic Plan to Achieve 100 GW Solar Target: SCOE

The SCOE has recommended MNRE to speedily work out a strategic plan to achieve the target of 100 GW solar energy within the deadline of 2022 The Standing Committee on Energy (SCOE) recently presented its 17th report on ‘Action Plan for the achievement of 175 Gigawatt (GW) Renewable Energy Target’, relating to the Ministry of […]

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NISE Develops Solar Powered Products Besides Testing and Certification

We caught up with Dr. Arun Kumar Tripathi, Director General (DG) at the National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE), to understand developments at the top national R&D institution in the field of solar energy. As he informs us, an autonomous institution of the Ministry of New and Renewable (MNRE), NISE was established to be a […]

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1st Batch Successfully Connected at World’s Largest Tidal-Flat Solar Plant

The first batch of units of the world’s largest tidal-flat utility PV plant (300 MW), contracted by the 12th Bureau of Hydropower, have been successfully connected to the grid for power generation. This completed the annual grid connection goal safely, efficiently, and satisfactorily. The project, which is now the world’s largest coastal tidal flat solar […]

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Savosolar Signs Delivery Contract for a Solar Thermal System in France

Savosolar signs delivery contract for a solar thermal system to AbSOLAR in Cadaujac, France Savosolar has signed a delivery contract with AbSOLAR SAS valued at approximately c. EUR 300 thousand for a solar thermal plant delivery in Cadaujac, France. Delivery of this plant will happen during the first half of 2021. Savosolar informed on April […]

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Design Breakthrough can Spur Advances in Solar Lasers and Hydrogen Generation

Scientists in Japan have developed a fully planar device that converts sunlight into a laser beam, which can efficiently power hydrogen fuel generators. Solar-pumped lasers convert sunlight into laser beams, which can be used to produce hydrogen—a clean type of fuel that can help to tackle the current environmental crisis. But, these lasers usually require […]

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