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Solar A Big Contributor To Brahma Kumaris Drive For Sustainable Energy

The Brahma Kumaris, the now global spiritual movement with its Headquarters in Mount Abu, Rajasthan has grown to be a massive organisation today. With hundreds of thousands of members and centers across almost a 100 countries. One of the driving ethos of the movement today is a push to be sustainable, and while that can […]

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BV Approves SolarDuck’s Offshore Solar Floating Tech

French certification company Bureau Veritas (BV) has granted an Approval in Principle (AiP) to Dutch RE firm SolarDuck for its offshore floating solar solution ‘King Eider’. This is the first time such an approval has been granted to an offshore floating solar technology, marking the beginning of a new era for this form of renewable […]

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Goan Students Create Solar E-cycle With 20 Li-Ion Batteries

Students from Goa’s Agnel Institute of Technology and Design have created a custom solar e-cycle, powered by 20 lithium-ion batteries, that can cover the distance between Panaji and Vasco on a single charge. The batteries can be charged by two solar panels or a conventional power supply point at home. The five mechanical engineering students […]

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Luminous Power’s New App to Upskill Electricians for Solar Installation

New Delhi-based Luminous Power Technologies has launched an app called ‘Solar Guru App’, with the express purpose of engaging and training electricians across the country in solar solutions installation. Through this initiative, the company aims to skill around 2,000 electricians per month through the app in both English and Hindi languages. The cost of the […]

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These 5 Firms Moved To Solar in 2021. How Many Will Follow?

Indian corporates across energy-intensive sectors are increasingly adopting solar for captive use, the latter comprising a solar power plant that is deployed by a company for its own consumption. That is, power generated by such a solar power plant is consumed entirely by the developing company itself. For instance, Mumbai-headquartered auto major Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. […]

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First Solar Signs Up For Make in India With 3.3 GW Manufacturing facility in India

First Solar, Inc. (Nasdaq: FSLR) today announced that it intends to invest $684 million in a new, fully vertically-integrated photovoltaic (PV) thin film solar module manufacturing facility in India. Contingent upon permitting, and pending approval of Indian government incentives that are satisfactory to First Solar, the advanced facility is expected to commence operations in the second […]

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Floating Solar On A Growth Path

In Solar’s rise to pre-eminence from a fringe renewable energy option just a decade back, it’s time to consider the rise of floating solar (also called floatovoltaics in many cases). To think that it did not even exist at any scale till 2013. The earliest patent on floating solar was taken out only in 2008. […]

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NASA Solar Array Technology Now Powering Communications Satellites

US space exploration agency NASA has said that its innovations meant to help humans inhabit other planets, such as Mars, also make life better here on Earth. Consider the Compact Telescoping Array (CTA), a technology developed at NASA’s Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, to provide solar energy to satellites in space. CTA is now […]

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Mondragon Assembly Launches New Solar Module Equipment

Mondragon Assembly has launched new interconnection equipment for solar modules. The device has been designed for the production of different kinds of technologies, including half-cut products, glass-glass and glass-backsheet panels, as well as mono or bifacial PERC, PERL and PERT modules. The Spanish PV production equipment provider claims that the new machine is also suitable […]

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