SUBSCRIBE NEWS LETTER

solar energy project

Elon Musk Won US$50 Million In A Bet to Build A Huge Battery In 100 Days

Musk took it as a challenge in order to solve South Australia’s power woes which had witnessed a state-wide blackout. Tesla and SpaceX Founder and entrepreneur Elon Musk has won a bet for building a giant battery in a record time of 100 days, $50 million was on stake during the bet and Musk has […]

Read more

Modi Govt to Step Beyond Renewable Goal With China-Scale Tenders

With renewable energy targets second only to those set by the government of China, India has a long way to go from a current base of 60 gigawatts to reach its ambition of 175 gigawatts in five years. In a bid to fulfill Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s climate pledges, India announced that it will tender […]

Read more

Head to Head: PERC or Mono Half-Cell

These innovative new technologies for solar PV systems have the potential to further boost power output and reduce overall costs. The technology of Passivated Emitter and Rear Cells (PERC) originated in 1990s and since then monocrystalline PERC has become increasingly popular due to its great efficiency. On the other hand, Half-cut solar cells are part […]

Read more

MNRE organises panel discussion on ‘Innovative Financing and Market Evolution to achieve 175 GW Renewables by 2022’ at CoP 23, Bonn, Germany

India committed to its Renewable Energy Targets to provide Equitable Sustainable Development The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), Government of India, in partnership with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), organised a panel discussion on ‘Innovative Financing and Market Evolution to achieve 175 GW renewables by 2022’ on 16th November 2017 at the […]

Read more

World’s Largest OPV System Installed on French School Roof

The goal of this experimental project is to open the door to longer term and large-scale development of OPV technology. French multinational Engie has inaugurated the world’s largest organic photovoltaic (OPV) system on a roof at a school in France, with Heliatek’s technology. The 530m2 roof of the Pierre Mendès-France secondary school, in La Rochelle, […]

Read more

Photovoltaik-Institut Berlin Sets Up Indian Subsidiary

Consultation and monitoring can help developers identify and remedy mistakes during the planning, module production, transport or installation phases. PV Consultancy, Photovoltaik-Institut Berlin (PI Berlin) has established a subsidiary based in Delhi, India. The new company says demand is high in India for services, such as laboratory tests for modules and quality assurance during the […]

Read more

Renewable Electricity’s Spanish Support Scheme Approved by the European Commission

The scheme has around 40,000 beneficiaries. In 2016, the annual payments under the scheme amounted to €6.4 billion. The Spanish scheme supporting electricity generation from renewable energy sources, high efficiency co generation of heat and power and waste, the European Commission has found it to be in line with EU State aid rules. The scheme […]

Read more

Azure Power to Electrify 320 Rural Homes With the Launch of Mini and Micro Grids

The development of Mini and micro grid is being considered as the core objective to achieve the stipulated targets under the scheme launched by the Government of India. India’s leading independent solar power producer Azure Power in a bid to electrify 320 households across 11 villages through development of mini and micro grids has recently […]

Read more

Mechanochemistry Paves the Way to Higher Quality Perovskite Photovoltaics

Mechanochemistry is a rapidly developing field of science dealing with chemical reactions occurring directly between solid-phase compounds upon activation by mechanical force. For several years, tension has been rising in line with the approaching commercialization of perovskite photovoltaic cells. Now, there has been another small earthquake: it turns out that devices based on these materials […]

Read more
      SUBSCRIBE NEWS LETTER
Scroll