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Tamil Nadu Plans 20,000 MW Solar Installations Across State

Tamil Nadu is girding up to stay in the top position among states in the run for renewable forms of energy. The state, blessed with a long coastline and ample sunshine, has been an early mover and a among the leaders for most of the 21st century. In a fresh development, the Tamil Nadu Generation […]

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Tamil Nadu to Add 20,000MW Solar Power by 2030

The Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation (Tangedco) plans to spend about Rs 70,000 crore across Tamil Nadu to install 20,000 megawatt (MW) capacity of solar power plants by 2030. The DISCOM has come out with a tender inviting consultants for the project. A solar plant with a capacity of 1,000MW will be built by […]

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The Influence Of Winter On Solar PV Systems And Related O&M Considerations

Background Winter is well and truly on its way for the northern hemisphere with temperatures beginning to fall and already reaching freezing point in some regions. According to forecasts there will be prolonged periods of icy and snowy weather in Europe on its way. So, what are the specific effects of winter on the operation […]

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India a Potential Market for Solar Process Heat: Solar Payback

India is having a huge potential market for solar process heat which is yet to be tapped, as revealed by the recently completed three-year Solar Payback study. This 3-year international ‘Solar Payback’ study project was kick-started in January 2017 in India, with an aim to increase the use of solar heat for industrial processes (SHIP), […]

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A new and Better Method for Removing Dust From Solar Panels

Researchers have shed new light on microscopic forces and mechanisms that can be optimised to remove dust from solar panels to maintain efficiency. Researchers at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev have shed new light on microscopic forces and mechanisms that can be optimised to remove dust from solar panels to maintain efficiency and light […]

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Solar Payback Offers Free 3-Day Workshop in December

The objective behind organizing this training workshop is to enhance knowledge about the engineering challenges faced by planners, engineers & instructors in designing industrial solar heat applications. Solar Payback, which promotes the use of Solar Heat for Industrial Processes (SHIP), is organising a three-day ‘Train-the-Trainer’ workshop in Pune, India from December 3 to 5, 2019. […]

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Fully Solar Powered Park to Open in Beijing

The park is located in Beijing’s Haidian district and uses solar collectors on the roof of buildings and its solar stations can charge four mobile phones. Putting up the solar energy milestones on display, Beijing is constructing an energy park in which almost every facility will be powered using solar energy. Spread in an area […]

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Savo-Solar’s First Delivery to Beijing Yuxin Solar Energy

Yuxin will build a demonstration installation on the roof of the new head office in Beijing, and the installation is used for training of Yuxin personnel and for marketing purposes. Savo-Solar has delivered the first large collectors to Beijing Yuxin Solar Energy in China. The companies are currently negotiating on the launch of cooperation for […]

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SOLAR AND PAPER INDUSTRY ALIGNED

The paper industry in India has become more promising as the domestic demand is on the rise. Increasing population and literacy rate, growth in GDP, improvement in manufacturing sector and lifestyle of individuals are expected to account for the growth in the paper industry of India. Notwithstanding, paper sector is one of the most energy-critical […]

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