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Home battery storage to ‘revolutionise’ solar industry in Australia: Climate Council report
Michael McGarvie carbon-gel battery system at his home in Eaglemont. PHOTO Michael McGarvie and his wife installed a carbon-gel battery system at their home in Melbourne’s east this year. ABC NEWS: ROBERT BAIRD Coupling solar panels with home battery storage could be the cheapest way to get electricity within three years, according to a report […]
‘Solar zones’, floating PV and ‘world’s largest’ projects due for India
MNRE joint secretary announced several new initiatives including ‘solar zones’ and floating solar. India’s Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has written to state governments instructing them to set up new ‘solar zones’ to encourage private sector development of large-scale PV projects. Meanwhile, it has emerged that next year some capacity is […]
NTPC AWARDED FOR GRID CONNECTED SOLAR ROOFTOPS
NTPC bagged award for outstanding performance in installing third highest cumulative capacity of Grid Connected solar rooftop plants amongst the Public Sector undertakings in the country. NTPC will soon be a leader in the solar sector like thermal: A.K. Jha, Chairman NTPC The Award has been given by Association of Renewable Energy Agencies of States […]
NTPC AWARDED FOR GRID CONNECTED SOLAR ROOFTOPS
NTPC bagged award for outstanding performance in installing third highest cumulative capacity of Grid Connected solar rooftop plants amongst the Public Sector undertakings in the country. Source:http://energy.economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/renewable/ntpc-awarded-for-grid-connected-solar-rooftops/49858700
pictureSunEdison’s bid brings solar power tariff to record low
Mumbai: US-based SunEdison Inc’s aggressive bid for the tender of 500 megawatts (MW) capacity offered under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (NSM) in Andhra Pradesh has seen India’s solar power tariff touch a record-low of Rs.4.63 per kWh (kilowatt-hour). Day two of the auction, which began on Tuesday afternoon and ended well past midnight, […]
Government plans zones to increase solar energy capacity
The government is working on a policy to promote solar zones where private investors can set up solar energy projects, and will soon tweak the tariff policy to increase the limit of solar power purchased by states, a top official said. Solar zones would be built in areas identified by the government but, unlike solar […]
Reliance Group to develop 6000 MW solar park in Rajasthan
Billionaire Anil Ambani-led Reliance Group will develop a 6,000 megawatt Solar Power Park in Rajasthan, a plan that has potential to attract an investment of Rs 60,000 crore. “The Reliance Group has signed an MoU to develop Solar Park and Solar Projects of 6,000 MW capacity, spread over nearly 30,000 acres, over next six years, […]
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius to visit India, discuss solar projects, COP21
French Foreign MinisterLaurent Fabius will visit India tomorrow to discuss the launch of an international solar alliance proposed by India, apart from holding deliberations on the preparations ahead of the Paris climate summit. Fabius will accompanied by Laurence Tubiana, who is the ambassador for climate change negotiations and special representative for Conference of Parties (COP21) […]
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