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Increased Demand For Solar Panels Pushing Up Solar Prices

At a time when price drops are taken for given in the long term, researchers from the University of Kent warn that high solar panel demand could lead spike in silver prices, with production costs soaring in the future. According to the researchers from Kent Business School, the rising demand for solar panels is pushing up […]

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Will Larger Solar Module Sizes Work For Everyone?

As Panel Sizes Grow, Time For A Reality Check For C&I Buyers & Residential homeowners looking for Rooftop Solar. The second half of 2020 marked a new shift in the solar module segment, with many manufacturers announcing the launch of bigger, better & higher output modules. Some have called these the next level of technology […]

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Solar now the Cheapest Source of new Power in Many Markets: WoodMac

A new report finds that by 2030, solar will become the cheapest source of new power in every US state, plus Canada, China & 14 other nations The cost of solar power has dropped 90 percent over the last two decades, and will likely fall another 15 percent to 25 percent in the decade to […]

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2021: Counting On PSU’s To Flex Solar Muscles

Just 5 years ago, if you had looked around at India’s largest energy public sector firms or PSU’s, be they energy producers or consumers, you would have struggled to see ambition, when it came to their renewable energy plans. However, more has changed in the preceding 5 years than any 5 year plan devised by […]

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Technical Complexities Will see Hybrid Tariffs Garner a Premium Over Solar: Ind-Ra

Ind-Ra believes technical complexities in hybrid renewable project development could weigh on the project economics and tariffs assumption. A new research note by India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) believes that upcoming wind-solar hybrid auctions will spark cautious optimism among independent power producers. Technical complexities related to grid integration and inclusion of floor capacity proportion of […]

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Powering Solar to 2025 and beyond

The Technologies and Interventions That Will Drive Solar For the global solar sector, the pandemic hit home much earlier than it did for many other sectors. For even before global lockdowns became the norm, China’s early lockdown in late January, followed by other cities subsequently, was sufficiently disruptive for global shipments of solar equipment, of […]

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Chandigarh Administration Targets 2400 Free Solar Installations

In an effort to meet its solar capacity targets for the union territory of Chandigarh, the city administration has pushed out yet another scheme to drive the move to solar. The latest offer for free installation, on first cum first served basis for city residents, is under the previously approved Renewable Energy Service Company (RESCO) […]

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PM-KUSUM – The Solar Saviour?

The PM-KUSUM scheme seeks to be the ultimate gamechanger for energy security and the rural economy. We examine the early challenges that it is facing and come to a conclusion. It’s a great idea that will need tweaks to increase coverage, and some key policy interventions to get on schedule. By Prasanna Singh You know […]

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