Building Energy through its renewable energy subsidiary Annapolis Solar Park announced the inauguration of its largest solar PV project built in North America.
Globally, the energy demand is very acute and to meet the requirement, every nation has to take energy efficient measures to stand before the world... - Dr. Vikramaditya Dave, Dr. Sujit Kumar
Azure Power developed and is operating India’s first MW-scale distributed solar rooftop project in Gandhinagar.
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.
The project is part of India's Open Access Policy. With the Electricity Act (2003) the government confirms open access to the transmission lines as an encouragement to private investors to enter the electricity generation sector.
This milestone was achieved with the company’s recent win of a 300 MW solar power project in the largest solar auction conducted by Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI).
Vikram Solar is a comprehensive solar EPC solutions provider with an installed capacity of over 305 MW of solar plants. Research reveals that focusing on domestic manufacturing can save India more than $42 billion by 2030 in forex alone. Domestic solar growth has already created more than 416,000 new jobs (2015), indicating a potential solution for India’s employment scarcity, informs Gyanesh Chaudhary, CEO and Managing Director, Vikram Solar in an interaction with Supriya Oundhakar…
The order has been facilitated by Vikram Solar’s recently opened local US office in Massachusetts.
India’s first solar boat Aditya has completed its two years (730 days) effective activity in Vaikom, Kerala, thus saving 58,000 litres of diesel.
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.
The government has promised that every village would be connected to the grid by August 2018 and every household by May 2019. However, role of solar energy is very limited. The role solar sector would have to play in providing access is only supplying more electricity to the grid...
It is recognition for solar power companies in India and has the highest repute amongst stakeholders and players in the industry.
The power generation shortfall in India is estimated at 11% of the total energy, and 15% of the peak capacity requirements and these figures are likely to increase. This is despite the fact that the country is already consuming more than 2 million barrels of imported oil a day – a figure that is growing by about 10 percent annually... - Jay B. Thakar
Had the decision of high ADD imposed, there would have been severe setback to the capacity addition in solar. In fact, till the clarity on ADD came – many developers had kept their solar plans in abeyance as the projects which were awarded to them after tough competitive bidding would have become unviable... - Vijay Singh Bisht
Building Energy, has inaugurated the Queule photovoltaic park, located in the Municipality of Las Cabras, in the region of O’Higgins.
This is the first project that has been commissioned by Vikram Solar in the Defence Sector.
The Indian solar sector witnessed rapid capacity addition in the last two years due to a favourable policy environment and substantial public sector support; however, the current year has seen a slowdown in the demand for capacity-building at the utility scale for selling to central and state power distribution utilities.
Azure Power has won 11.2 MW and 600 KW rooftop solar power projects in bids conducted by Madhya Pradesh Urja Vikas Nigam Limited (MPUVNL) and Indraprastha Power Generation Company Ltd (IPGCL) respectively.
Solar investments can be put at risk by climatic factors, inappropriate component selection and poor handling and installation quality: Study - By Subhajit Roy, Group Editor
CRISIL Research expects that safeguard duty implementation would create 20-25 GW market for domestic module makers over FY’20-FY’23, based on current domestic module makers following through on expansion plans already announced and foreign module players expanding in the Indian market, informs Rahul Prithiani – Director, CRISIL Research in an interaction with Electrical India.