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Free Solar Power Plant for 800 Houses in Kerala by KSEB

In an announcement that might set a precedent for other Indian states to follow, the Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) will install rooftop solar power plants for 800 homes in Kerala. The breakup of this number will compose of 500 homes for the homeless as per the Life Mission Scheme. The remaining 300 will be […]

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Solar Is Changing Fast, Here Are 5 Ways It Already Has

When the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission was launched back in January 2010, India had a total installed solar capacity of around 160 MW. The mission itself had a target of 20 GW by 2022. However, changes on the ground in terms of technology, availability and fresh climate realities meant a wholesale upgrade on those […]

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Indigenizing Solar Manufacturing: Charting the Course to a Solar Self-Sufficient India

Building a strong solar manufacturing sector and supply chain in India will help support the economy and keep pace with rising domestic and global demand for affordable solar energy. Currently, the Indian solar manufacturing industry doesn’t have the capacity to produce PV modules to meet the majority of today’s domestic demand. With all that in […]

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Importance Of Solar Rooftop Panels In Indian Market

Gautam Mohanka, Managing Director, Gautam Solar India’s ambitious target to have 450 GW of renewable energy by 2030 includes installation of 280 GW of solar power and 140 GW of wind power. For India to meet its solar energy targets, rooftop solar can play a significant role. Recently, several states across the country have been […]

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5 Reasons Why Rooftop Solar Is Set To Boom in India

India missed the solar target of 2022 and rooftop solar is of the biggest reason for that. But there is reason to be optimistic about the future . We list down 5 reasons why reasons why rooftop  solar is going to boom in India. At the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow in 2021, […]

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China’s Solar Dominance: How Key Consumer Markets Are Adapting

Governments across the globe are increasingly investing in various sources of new and renewable energy to reach their targets of either achieving carbon neutrality or reducing emissions considerably to help realise the goal of the Paris agreement – limiting the rise in global temperature below 2-degree celsius from pre-industrial levels. Solar power is one of […]

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The Bridge to 280 GW Of Solar. Corporate India Steps Up

They have the money, resilience, and execution ability that can leave an indelible impact on India’s economy; but can the country’s corporates (C&I sector) open up a new growth engine for India’s solar movement? The time, it seems, has arrived. As always in India, among the stakeholders, there will be many who will want to […]

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