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MNRE Proposes Obligatory Glass Recycling for Solar Power Generators

The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) is considering to make mandatory for solar power developers to follow glass recycling procedure for solar photovoltaic (PV) panels under a new framework. “Recycling of end of life solar panel glass containing Antimony may be made mandatory on the generators as part of environmental liability” said the […]

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IIT Madras to co-develop solar powered Water Generator

IIT Madras, in association with Teerthaa, a sustainability focused firm, has decided to develop an Atmospheric Water Generator device, powered by Solar Power. Devices that can generate water from ambient air have been under development for such a long time that a whole category, called Atmospheric Water Generators or AWG, has been named for them. […]

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New Interpretation of Customs Rule Classify Solar Modules as Electrical Motors and Generators

Due to new interpretation of custom rules, around 1000 containers of solar modules are held up at the Chennai port, affecting almost all the leading developers because customs authorities have suddenly started classifying solar modules as “electrical motors and generators.” A new interpretation of customs rules has jeopardized India’s solar energy projects, with officials demanding […]

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Rooftop Solar Power Systems 50% cheaper than Diesel Generator Sets

Centre for Science and Environment study shows that Rooftop Solar Power is cheaper than diesel generator Recommending the housing societies to replace the diesel generator sets with the rooftop solar power systems, a study by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) finds the clean energy option financially more attractive. The study said the cost of […]

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200 MW Solar Project ‘Largest in West Africa’ to Come up in Nigeria

B&S Power and Sunnyfred Global to design, develop, finance and construct West Africa’s largest solar PV project in Nigeria. B&S Power, a Singapore based renewable energy corporation, and Sunnyfred Global, a Nigerian investment entity, have concluded arrangements in collaboration with other stakeholders and Technical Partners, to Design, Develop, Finance and Construct West Africa’s largest solar […]

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The 2021 Roadmap For Solar

With Budget 2021 finally behind us, India’s renewable energy sector, particularly solar has to reckon with a new reality finally. The renewable energy sector, especially solar, will have the government’s ear, but don’t expect any major moves anytime soon, as the government grapples with broader issues across the economy. Solar at least has the comfort […]

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Indian Electricity Sector on Cusp of a Solar Powered Revolution: IEA

Solar power is set for explosive growth in India, matching coal’s share in the Indian power generation mix within two decades. According to the latest International Energy Agency (IEA) report, solar power is set for explosive growth in India, matching coal’s share in the Indian power generation mix within two decades in the STEPS – […]

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Dexler Energy to Develop 13 MW Rooftop Solar Plants for Sunvik Steels

Sunvik Steels has partnered with Dexler Energy to develop rooftop solar plants of 13 MW capacity across 2 facilities of Sunvik near Bangalore Sunvik Steels, an integrated steel manufacturer in India has announced that it has partnered with Dexler Energy for its solar power plans. Dexler has been selected to develop the rooftop solar plants […]

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Budget 2021 Highlights For Solar Sector

In a budget speech that will eventually be termed as focused on fire-fighting and consolidating reforms, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced her budget today. For the solar sector, the big shock is undoubtedly the increase in customs duty on solar inverters from 20 percent. Including inverters, which have a much smaller share in overall project […]

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