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Solar PV Sources Emit More CO2 Than Geothermal : Study

A new research has revealed that Solar PV cells emit more carbon dioxide (CO2) than geothermal power plants during their lifetime. New research published in the journal Geomechanics and Geophysics for Geo-Energy and Geo-Resources has revealed that Solar photovoltaic (PV) cells emit more carbon dioxide (CO2) than geothermal power plants during their lifetime. According to […]

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Tender for 20 MW Solar Plant at Thermal Station Issued in Haryana

HPGCL has issued a tender for setting up of a 20 MW grid-connected solar power plant at the old Ash Dyke in FTPS, Haryana. The Haryana Power Generation Corporation (HPGCL) has issued a tender, inviting bids from eligible bidders for setting up of a 20 MW grid-connected solar power plant at the old Ash Dyke […]

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Assam Tenders for Setting up of a 25 MW Solar Plant at Thermal Power Station

APGCL has issued a tender for the commissioning of a 25 MW solar power plant at the Namrup Thermal Power Station in Assam. The Assam Power Generation Corporation (APGCL) has issued a tender for the commissioning of a 25 MW solar power plant at the Namrup Thermal Power Station in Assam. The scope of work […]

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NLCIL, CIL to Set-up JV for 3GW Solar, 2GW Thermal Power Projects

Also, the newly formed JV to come up on equal equity participation of 50:50 and has a timeline of 15 months for completion of solar power projects and 60 months for thermal power projects respectively. Embarking its journey towards renewable energy, public sector undertaking NLC India (NLCIL), Neyveli has signed an agreement with Coal India […]

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NTPC’s Kahalgaon Super Thermal Plant to Produce Solar Power

NTPC is also planning to produce 450 kilowatt of electricity by installing solar plant panels on the rooftop of KhSTPP buildings. State-owned power generator NTPC’s Kahalgaon Super Thermal Power Plant (KhSTPP) near Bhagalpur has planned to produce at least 15MW electricity through solar energy even while continuing to rely on conventional coal for power generation. […]

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A Low-Cost Method for Solar-Thermal Conversion That’s Simpler and Greener

The team’s method is outlined in a new paper, “Scalable, ‘Dip-and-dry’ Fabrication of a Wide-Angle Plasmonic Selective Absorber for High-efficiency Solar-thermal Energy Conversion. Researchers led by Yuan Yang, assistant professor of materials science and engineering at Columbia Engineering, along with colleagues at the Department of Chemistry at Columbia University, and Stanford University have developed a […]

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Solar Power Expected to Exceed Thermal Output by 2027

Economic Survey suggests that India’s installed power capacity is 327 GW of which thermal power from coal comprises 192.16 GW or 55% of the total, while renewable energy capacity is 57.26 MW or 18% of the total. India’s renewable energy programme is proceeding at such a rapid pace that its contribution to total power generation […]

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HPGCL commissions first solar project at Panipat Thermal Power Station

The Haryana Power Generation Corporation Limited has successfully commissioned the first 10MW solar power plant at Panipat Thermal Power Station. On its very first day of operation, the plant generated and supplied about 10000 units of electricity to the grid. HPGCL’s Managing Director M.K.V. Rama Rao stated that the use of renewable energy had become […]

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World First Solar Powered Jackets from ThermalTech

‘We are very excited to bring this technology to market,’ said Fatima Rocha, Co-founder of ThermalTech. ThermalTech is known to have unveiled patented World first solar powered fabric known as ‘Smart Fabric’. Material is stainless steel yarn; it is lightweight and garners energy from the Sun or artificial light to keep the body warm. In […]

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