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Manipur Requests Developers For Setting up 100 MW Grid-Connected Solar Power Project

The Manipur Renewable Energy Development Agency (MANIREDA) has invited bids for setting up a 100 MW solar project at Jiribam Manipur Renewable Energy Development Agency (MANIREDA) has released a tender for the selection of the solar power developers for setting up a 100 MW Grid-Connected Solar PV Power Project at Jiribam, Manipur, at an estimated […]

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Key Factors Behind India’s Record Low Solar Tariff of Rs 2/kWh: IEEFA

In the recent SECI auction, India set a new record low solar tariff of Rs 2/kWh, IEEFA takes a look at the key factors behind it. In the recent Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) auction which was concluded on November 23, 2020, India set a new record low tariff for solar projects at Rs […]

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Key Solar Manufacturers Back 182mm Module Size for 2021

Three of the biggest module makers globally, Jinko, JA and Longi are betting that with their combined 54GW in capacity, the 182 mm module will face little headwinds to market acceptance in 2021.  The importance of standards, and standardisation in the solar sector can never be overemphasised, considering the multiple parts that have to work […]

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Cost Reduction in Storage is Key for the Next Level of Solar Growth: Pradeep Chauhan

Pradeep Chauhan, Country Manager, Indian Subcontinent for Solarpack Corporacion Tecnologica, SA, the Spanish solar firm making waves finds himself in focus, after his firm made a record low bid of Rs 2.36 to win a 300 MW share at a SECI Auction this year. Solarpack, which has been bidding, and growing aggressively in multiple markets, […]

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PV Module Innovations to Help Drive Down Solar Costs in 2020s: WoodMac

In the 2020s, improvement in module efficiency and power class will propel the declining capex trend-forward and ultimately lower the solar LCOE The global solar industry has experienced tremendous growth in the past decade as the annual demand for solar rose year after year while the cost of solar declined significantly. In the 2020s, solar […]

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Bifacial PV’s Getting Indian Developers Interested In Trackers Again: Dan Shugar

Since co-founding Nextracker in 2013, CEO Dan Shugar has made it one of the manufacturing success stories of the sector. The firm has delivered trackers for over 35 GW of solar plants till now. The firm has now expanded its portfolio to include yield and performance software and global services. SaurEnergy Group Editor Prasanna Singh […]

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Indian Embassy in Madagascar Inaugurates Solar Plant on Gandhi Jayanti

The Prime Minister of Madagascar Christian Ntsay inaugurated the solar power plant at the Embassy of India, Antananarivo on the occasion of the 151th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. Many dignitaries including Environment Minister of Madagascar Raharinirina Baomiavotse Vahinala, Secretary-General of Energy and Hydrocarbons, Andry Andriantongarivo, Ambassador of the United States, Michael Pelletier and representatives […]

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India’s Solar Outlook Revised to Stable, Wind Continues Negative Trend

India Ratings has maintained a negative outlook on India’s wind sector for 2HFY21, bur the solar sector outlook has been revised to stable from negative. India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) has maintained a negative outlook on India’s energy and transport infrastructure for the second half of FY2021, stemming from a likely low demand, driven by […]

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Sterling and Wilson Bags Two Solar Projects Worth 300 MW in Australia

Sterling and Wilson Solar has bagged orders worth AUD 300 million or Rs 1600 crore for two large-scale solar power projects worth 300 MW in Australia. Sterling and Wilson Solar has announced that it has bagged orders worth AUD 300 million or Rs 1600 crore for two large-scale solar power projects in Australia. The firm […]

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