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Indian Government doubles down on Solar Parks after SunEdison Setback

According to the reports from a top government official, India is expected to double the target for energy to be generated from solar parks by 2020, as roof-top installations progress has turned out to be slower than anticipated and U.S. company SunEdison’s projects are threatened by its bankruptcy. The Indian Government acquired lands are most […]

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New Studies exhibits the True Costs of Fossil Fuels & Value of Solar Photovoltaics

Two new studies published in Review Journal (MRS E and S) MRS Energy and Sustainability, by Carol Olson and Frank Lenzmann emphasizes the true economic, social and environmental benefits of solar PV compared to fossil fuels, in regards to the supply chain of all relevant fuels. In their new studies, Authors Carol Olson and Frank […]

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Solar system to be installed in all the three campus of Nav Nalanda Mahavihara (NNM)

‘Nav Nalanda Mahavihara (NNM)’ received the status of Deemed to be University from Ministry of Human Resources Development on November 13, 2006. The idea behind the establishment of this Institute was to develop it into a centre of higher studies on the lines of the old Nalanda Viharas. As part of the major initiatives government […]

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Silicon Metal Market to be Worth US$3.4 Billion by 2024: TMR

Silicon metal is derived from quartz, globally it market is highly consolidated and is led by a handful of multinational companies. Transparency Market Research in its report revealed that this has compelled players to focus on product differentiation as well as supply chain integration in order to survive this challenging vendor landscape. The report states […]

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Ciel et Terre Launches 72 Cell Solar Floats at Intersolar North America

Floating PV pioneer Ciel et Terre showcased its patented technology Hydrelio and launched 72 Cell Solar Floats at Intersolar North America. Launched in 2011 Hydrelio is a platform that allows standard solar PV panels to be installed on large man-made bodies of water such as industrial reservoirs, dams or irrigation ponds. Ciel et Terre is […]

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Solar-powered oxygen delivery system saving lives in Uganda

There is a twist in the use of renewable energy; now solar power is being used in saving children’s lives in Africa. Asolar poweared oxygen delivery system created by Michael Hawkes, an assistant professor in the University of Alberta’s Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases is providing concentrated oxygen in hospitals for children suffering from severe […]

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Tamil Nadu to produce 3,000 MW of power in next three years through solar rooftop

Tamil Nadu is planning to produce 3,000 MW of power in next three years through solar rooftop and develop green villages. Speaking on the sideline of 15th edition of CII Green Power 2016 P Thangamani, Minister for Electricity, Prohibition and Excise said that the state has developed a vision to become a global leader in […]

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By 2019 we will be in a position to deliver modules with 18.6% efficiency: Sujoy Ghosh, Country Head, First Solar, India

First Solar is one of the leading global providers of comprehensive photovoltaic (PV) solar systems. The company’s integrated power plant solutions deliver an economically attractive alternative to fossil-fuel electricity generation today. In an interview with Sujoy Ghosh, Country Head, First Solar, India shares his views on the various initiatives taken by the Government and company’s […]

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