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Total Eren Enters Cambodia with 74 MWp Solar Project

Total Eren, a renewable independent power producer based in Paris, has taken its first steps in the renewable energy market of Cambodia through the acquisition of a 73.9 MWp photovoltaic project named “Battambang” from Risen Energy, a Chinese developer active in R&D and PV panels manufacturing. The PV farm is currently in operation in the Battambang Province, […]

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Nextracker First To Reach 50 GW Solar Tracker Shipments Globally

Nextracker™ has announced the crossing of the 50 gigawatts (GW) in global shipments for it. The achievement makes it the first solar tracker firm to get there, and marks the relevance of a technology that is on the ascendance once more, as more efficient modules hit the market. The 50 GW figure is equivalent to […]

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Servotech Launches New Range of Solar Street Lights

LED and solar products manufacturer Servotech Power Systems has launched its new range of solar street lights to deliver high-quality illumination for outdoor spaces. This series includes two product variants Integrated and 2in1 solar street light which offers a luminous efficacy of over 105lm/W, a life expectancy of over 50000 hours, and an IP 66 […]

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56% Solar Projects Planned for 2022 at Risk due to Mfg Cost Hike: Rystad

The earliest estimates on the impact of price volatility and rising costs on solar projects worldwide are finally coming out, and the news is not good. The surging cost of manufacturing materials and shipping could threaten 50 gigawatts (GW) – a staggering 56% – of the 90 GW of global utility PV developments planned for […]

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Expect Tariff Hike by 20-25 Paise/Unit in Upcoming Solar Bids: ICRA

The increase in module prices and the recent hike in GST rate for solar power equipment from 5% to 12% is likely to increase the tariffs in the forthcoming solar bids by ~20-25 paise per unit from the levels seen over the past six months, finds a new ICRA report. Nonetheless tariffs are likely to […]

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GESCL Invites Bids for 60 MW Solar Projects in Gujarat

The Gujarat State Corporation Limited (GESCL) has invited bids from interested contractors for the design, engineering, supply, procurement, installation, and commissioning of 60 MW solar photovoltaic grid-connected power plants, including their operation and maintenance for 5 years, around various substations of GETCO of Bhachau Taluka in Kachchh District, Gujarat. The deadline for bid submission is […]

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JinkoSolar Gets Carbon Footprint Certification For Flagship Module Range

JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. (Jinko Solar), one of the largest solar module manufacturers in the world, today announced that it has been granted the carbon footprint verification for its Tiger (163”cell based) and Tiger Pro (182”cell based) series of modules from TUV Rheinland Group, a leading global services provider in the testing of PV modules […]

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IREDA Opens PLI Bids. Solar Manufacturing Likely To Get Some New Names

The Solar PLI manufacturing bids have finally been opened by the Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency (IREDA). And the results are really interesting. Not only have relatively new players bid more aggressively making it tougher for incumbents to qualify, but it also sets the stage for a really interesting domestic market. The Solar PLI scheme […]

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Odds of Relief for Large Solar Developers In India Continue To Increase

Weeks after iterating his goal to push domestic manufacturing using every tool at his command, Power and MNRE Minister R.K. Singh faces a stiff test of resolve. The ‘perfect storm’ of events that was considered all but impossible till 12 months ago has come to pass, and the government will soon need to take a […]

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