The article gives a glimpse of new technologies being used in renewable energy systems for improving efficiency and output. - R. P. Deshpande
The multinational clean energy company, Hanergy Thin Film Power Group, is attending the world’s major PV tradeshow SNEC this year in Shanghai from June...
Waaree Energies has launched India’s first 400 Wp cut cell module series called Super 400 which is touted to be the future of rooftop solar.
Advanced energy storage technologies can play an important role in renewable integration, energy access, electric mobility and the smart cities initiatives of the Indian government. - Debi Prasad Dash
GE Renewable Energy announced at the AWEA Wind power Conference that the company has completed over 2,500 repowering upgrades, covering 4 GWs of capacity at 36 different wind farms across the US since 2017.
NTPC has won 100 MW of solar capacities at a tariff of Rs 2.91 per unit in the reverse auction held.
The private PPA market could flourish with the help of a few government policies such as increasing AD benefits from 40 per cent to 80 per cent as well as ensuring the segment stays free of policy changes. - Animesh Damani
Study finds that in 2018, East Asia and Europe were attractive regions in the solar charge controller market, accounting for more than 49% of the global market share. - Nikhil Kaitwade
The rapid advent of ICT integrated control system including micro-grid could make RE as right candidate for smart cities project. Intelligent micro grid based solar power and electrical mode of vehicular mobility are anticipated to provide added advantages for smart cities projects in India. - Porf. D C Baruah
Fortum, a Finnish energy company is bringing its proven NOx (Nitrogen Oxide) reduction technology in India un-der the new business ‘Fortum eNext’. As part of this initiative, the company recently organised a seminar in Mum-bai to showcase its innovative global technology and its holistic solutions, with a special focus on offerings for thermal power plants in India. On the sidelines of this event, Juha Suomi, Area Director, Asia, Fortum eNext and Sanjay Aggarwal, Managing Director, Fortum India speak to Subhajit Roy and explain about the company’s roadmap for Indian market. Excerpts:
MYSUN, a provider of rooftop solar solutions, has expanded its operations and client base across seven Indian states in the last financial year.
Samuday has invested Rs 30 crore over the last one year to set up 14 solar mini-grids in 15 villages in UP’s Hardoi district to supply uninterrupted power to 900 underserved rural households.
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) carried out installation of Arkona offshore wind power plant that was officially opened by owners E.ON and Equinor in the German Baltic Sea on 16th April.
CleanMax Solar has raised Rs 275 crore in equity funding from UK Climate Investments LLP (UKCI).
ReNew Power recently commissioned 300 MW solar plant at the Pavagada Solar Park located in Tumkur district in Karnataka.
Building Energy, has inaugurated the Queule photovoltaic park, located in the Municipality of Las Cabras, in the region of O’Higgins.
Ingeteam Power Technology recently announced that it contracted over 4GW of wind energy converters globally in 2018. With a total of 45GW installed capacity...
Samsung’s R&D centre in Bengaluru has switched to solar power for its campus in the IT capital of India.
Unlike the electric vehicles on road, solar boats derive more than 75% of its energy from sun and only rest is taken from grid. - Sandith Thandasherry
Vikram Solar commissioned a 200MW solar power project for Andhra Pradesh Power Generation Corporation (APGENCO) that will power nearly 1,50,000 homes once connected to the grid.