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Rooftop Solar Installations in Australia Edge Towards 2 Million

The figures from the Clean Energy Regulator (CER) show Australia now has a combined 6.29 GW of rooftop solar installed. Rooftop solar installations in Australia are setting new records in the country. The latest figures from Australia’s regulator show that the nation is edging closer to the 2 million mark on this area. The figures from the Clean […]

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Using Solar Power Indian Railways Saves Crores in 2017

The Railway officials said the savings were made by using LED fittings at stations, solar-run UPS systems at reservation centres and solar water heaters in the ‘running rooms’ at Miraj and Ghorpadi. Indian Railways have saved a total of Rs 1.45 crore in electricity bills in 2017 by using solar energy at the Pune Railway […]

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Vijayawada’s Krishna District Going Green with Solar Rooftop

Solar roof top users also selling energy to electricity department from their solar roof top. Solar rooftop demand in Vijayawada’s Krishna district is increasing day by day among small industry and households. Major population are coming forward and applying for different solar equipment. Almost all solar units are gaining popularity among the public including solar […]

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Solar Power Juggernaut Will Keep Rolling Despite Higher Taxes Under GST

According to a list of 1,211 items released after the meeting of the GST Council, which comprises finance ministers of all the states of the Union, “Photosensitive semiconductor devices; including solar photovoltaic cells, whether or not assembled in modules or made up into panels”, will be charged at a rate of 18 Goods and Services […]

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Marathwada Institute of Technology Gets its third Solar Power Plant

In the process of tapping the renewable energy, Marathwada Institute of Technology install a 150 kW solar power plant A 150 kilowatt (kW) capacity solar power plant has been set up at Marathwada Institute of Technology (MIT) with the institution leading by example in the matter of tapping renewable energy. The facility – third in […]

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Global Solar Water Heater Market to Grow At a CAGR of Close to 7% during 2021: Technavio

The global solar water heater market is highly competitive and diversified due to the presence of a large number of regional and international vendors across the globe. Also, new vendors that are emerging in the market find it very difficult to compete against the established vendors in terms of quality, functionalities, and services said Technavio […]

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Kochi Corporation to set up solar cell and tap renewable

Kochi Corporation has decided to set up a solar cell to coordinate the Solar City projects. The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has allocated Rs 19 lakh for setting up the team and infrastructure for solar cell. Dr Rajan Chedambath, Director, Centre for Heritage, Environment and Development (CHED), Kochi Corporation said, “The cell will […]

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Indiagosolar.in brings on board Emmvee Photovoltaic and Gautam Solar to its e-info marketplace platform

IndiaGoSolar.in has announced that it has brought on board Emmvee Photovoltaic Power Pvt. Ltd and Gautam Solar Pvt Ltd on its solutions, services and e-consulting & training platform. IndiaGoSolar will be providing these companies higher visibility, premium listing, reach to wider base of retail & bulk customers accompanied with products and solar market insights. Emmvee […]

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Haryana Solar Policy fails to attract residents for HT Panels due to lack of vendors

Almost after six months of launching the first grid-connected net meter in Gurgaon, the minister for renewable energy’s department have not been successful in receiving applications from residents for high tension (HT) panels, all because of inability to finalizing a vendor. Haryana Renewable Energy Development Agency (HARDEA) and DHBVN officials have said that so far, […]

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