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Police stations in Kakinada district of Andhra Pradesh taps into solar power

Police stations in Kakinada district of Andhra Pradesh has tapped into solar power installing solar plants. State police department identified 14 police stations in the district in which solar plants were installed to harness solar power to meet the day-to-day requirements. Each police station would 1.5 kilowatt solar panel in addition to inverter and batteries […]

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Toshiba Corp to install Solar-powered hydrogen system at Musashimizonokuchi train station in Japan

Toshiba Corp has received an order to install H2One hydrogen energy supply system from East Japan Railway Co (JR East). The firm will install its carbon dioxide (CO2)-free stand-alone hydrogen energy supply system at Musashimizonokuchi Station in Kawasaki City and will start operating from next year. H2One uses a renewable energy source and hydrogen-powered fuel […]

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Sterlite Power & Vinci Energia tie-up for Purchase of Vineyards Project

Sterlite Power, a leading developer of power transmission infrastructure in India and Brazil, and Vinci Energia (VIGT11), through Vinci Infraestrutura Gestora de Recursos LTDA, have announced the formalisation of the commitment of first acquisition of issuance of debentures convertible into shares for the Vineyards Project that is in the final phase of implementation in Brazil. […]

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L&T Bags EPC Contract for the 1.5 GW Sudair Solar Project in Saudi Arabia

L&T has secured a turnkey EPC Contract in Saudi Arabia, from the consortium led by ACWA Power for the 1.5 GW Sudair solar project. The Renewables arm of Larsen & Toubro’s (L&T) Power Transmission & Distribution Business has announced that it has secured a turnkey EPC Contract, from the consortium of ACWA Power and the […]

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Tata Power Commissions India’s Largest Natural Ester Filled Power Transformer

Tata Power has announced the commissioning of India’s largest natural ester filled power transformer in the Mumbai Transmission network Tata Power, India’s largest integrated company is committed towards ensuring safety and sustainability for its stakeholders, environment and the community. In line with this commitment, Tata Power has announced the commissioning of India’s largest natural ester […]

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Agrivoltaics Promise Coexistence With Agriculture For Solar

Solar, despite great progress for towards becoming the cheapest, greenest and cleanest source of power, still has one weak spot. The large tracts of land that are needed for every MW of solar produced on the ground. At almost 5 acres per MW, this has regularly been pointed out as the biggest achilles’ heel for […]

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Tata Power-DDL Brings Narrow Band-IoT Tech to its Smart Meters

After installing 2.3 Lakh smart meters on RF technology, Tata Power-DDL has launched a unique Narrow Band-IoT technology in Smart Meters. After successfully installing 2.3 Lakh smart meters on RF technology, Tata Power Delhi Distribution (Tata Power-DDL), a leading power distribution company serving a populace of 7 million in North Delhi, has launched a unique […]

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SunCable’s 14 GW Plan Inches Ahead With Move for Solar Mfg Plant in Darwin

Sun Cable, the Singapore-based consortium handling the world’s largest electricity infrastructure project, aka the $22 billion Australia-ASEAN Power Link (AAPL), revealed this week that it had lodged an application with the Northern Territory’s Development Consent Authority for a facility in the region’s capital, Darwin. The said facility will manufacture Maverick solar array systems designed by […]

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KERC Approves a Late Solar Project with a Tariff of Rs 8.40/kWh

The Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission (KERC) has approved a tariff of Rs 8.40/kWh for a 3 MW solar power project of Cambria Solar Private Limited. As per the Solar Policy 2014-21, the project was given allotment under SRTPV Scheme by Karnataka Renewable Energy Development Limited (KREDL) on March 17, 2015.  A power purchase agreement (PPA) […]

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