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Impact of COVID-19 on Operational Projects and Rooftop Solar: Report

COVID-19 has had a limited impact on the operational wind and solar power projects while rooftop solar projects have been the most adversely affected COVID-19 has had a limited impact on the operational wind and solar power projects as it depends on natural resources, i.e. wind and sunlight which has not been disrupted while at […]

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Adani Green Energy Generation Capacity Rises to 2.5 GW in FY20

Adani Green Energy has announced that its power generation capacity saw a 30 percent rise, climbing up to 2,545 MW in FY 2019-20. Clean energy firm Adani Green Energy Ltd (AGEL) has announced that its power generation capacity saw a 30 percent rise, climbing up to 2,545 MW in FY 2019-20, while total electricity supplies jumped 14.5 percent […]

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Perovskite Solar Cells. Bringing The Future Closer

The solar sector, ever since it managed to get the interest of mainstream researchers, has regularly seen the announcement of  new materials and processes, that promise to deliver efficiencies and costs that would take the sector itself mainstream. While, many would argue that we are close to that inflection point today, demands from the tech […]

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Total Invests Rs 3,707 Cr to Form 50:50 JV with Adani Green Energy

French multinational energy company Total S.A. (Total) has invested about Rs 3,707 crore, through its step-down subsidiary, to form 50:50 joint venture (JV) with Adani Green Energy Ltd (AGEL), the renewable energy arm of conglomerate Adani Group. The move came after the regulatory body – the Competition Commission of India (CCI) — has provided its […]

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Solar Technology Versus Fossil Fuels. Is Endgame here?

Over last few decades, scientists are trying to come up with innovative and efficient ways to utilize energy from the sun. From times immemorial, humans across different civilisations have worshipped the sun as a God due to its various life-giving properties, and rightfully so. We have been using sun for its heating and lighting properties […]

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India a Potential Market for Solar Process Heat: Solar Payback

India is having a huge potential market for solar process heat which is yet to be tapped, as revealed by the recently completed three-year Solar Payback study. This 3-year international ‘Solar Payback’ study project was kick-started in January 2017 in India, with an aim to increase the use of solar heat for industrial processes (SHIP), […]

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Researchers Develop New Graphene Solar Thermal Film to Absorb Sunlight with Over 90% Efficiency

The researchers have developed a new graphene-based solar thermal film that can absorb sunlight with an efficiency of more than 90 percent, while simultaneously eliminates most IR thermal emission loss—the first time such a feat has been reported. This research has been done at the Center for Translational Atomaterials (CTAM) at the Swinburne University of […]

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Fourth Partner Energy Forays into EV Charging Infra via JV with Lithium Urban

Fourth Partner Energy, which is backed by TPG’s The Rise Fund, on Tuesday (March 17)  marked its entry into the electric vehicle (EV) charging Infrastructure space through setting up joint venture (JV) with commercial EV fleet operator Lithium Urban Technologies. Through this 50:50 JV partnership i.e. ‘Shuchi Anant Virya’, the two companies will build EV […]

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NTPC Tenders for 50 MW Solar Project in Jharkhand

NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam Limited has issued a tender for the development of a 50 MW grid-connected solar PV power project at Panchet in Jharkhand. NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam Limited’ (NVVN) has issued a tender, inviting online bids from eligible bidders for the development of a 50 MW grid-connected solar PV power project at Panchet […]

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