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Silfab Solar Raises $125 Million to Build Third US Cell Factory

North American PV module manufacturer Silfab Solar has announced a second investment round led by ARC Financial Corporation to help fund the next expansion of Silfab Solar, whose third facility is to open in the United States of America. This will include domestic PV cell and module production. The $125 million investment from energy-focused private […]

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Solar Fences Support Human-Elephant Conflict Reduction at Indo Bhutan Border

Solar fencing is emerging as the best solution to avoid man- animal conflict in many areas. The India -Bhutan border, where two years ago, a solar fence was installed in key areas, is seeing the  benefits of the technology.  An 18 km long portion of the 699 km border hared between the two countries was […]

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Sri Lanka Investment Board Greenlights $442-mn Adani Green Wind Power Plants

The Board of Investment of Sri Lanka has given its nod to two wind power plants by AGEL (Adani Green Energy Ltd). These entail a cumulative investment of $442 million. As per the statement, the wind power plants that boast of 350 MW of capacity are scheduled for commissioning in two years. They will be […]

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Panchkula Village, Govt Buildings to Get Solar Power Plants

Panchkula in Haryana is moving towards fulfilling its plan of the making city completely solar powered in coming years. The administration has  plans to set up a 2 MW solar power plant on seven acres of land at Naggal village in Barwala. The plant will generate 8,000 units of electricity every day, which will be given […]

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Community Solar Project Takes Shape in Assam to Address Man-Elephant Conflict

Assam’s Brahmaputra Valley which has been prone to elephant-human conflict for quite some time now, has launched a new initiative that employs solar lighting, solar fencing and community education, to stem the challenge of conflict between elephants and human beings. The project is gaining support from the British Asian Trust, Aaranyak (BAT-Aaranyak), which is a […]

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ISA Hosts 13 African Countries to Share Best Solar Practices In Delhi

The International Solar Alliance (ISA), in collaboration with Grid Controller of India Ltd (Grid-India) and West African Power Pool (WAPP), is hosting delegates from the West African Region in New Delhi from 14th to 18th February. About 60 participants from thirteen WAPP countries that include Burkina Faso, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, and […]

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Dehradun is Home to North India’s First Solar-Powered Hydroponic Plant

North India’s first solar-powered hydroponic plant has been inaugurated in Dehradun. With capacity at 71kw, the solar power plant sprawls to 6,000 square feet of area. It consists of 36 panels. Under these panels, 6000 vegetable pots can be positioned three feet above soil. This makes the plant extremely productive in nature. With the establishment […]

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Solar Energy Prices Soar 60% In Europe As Wind Availability Dropped in Q4

A new report from LevelTen Energy has revealed that high development costs and an unstable regulatory environment has caused an 11,4% jump in European solar PPA prices in the fourth quarter of 2022. The report also mentions that solar PPA prices reached €76.84 per MWh, representing a 60% year-over-year increase. LevelTen Energy is a renewable […]

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