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Power Minister Singh asks NISE scientists to work on demonstrative projects

Power Minster R K Singh has called upon the National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE) to work with farm and dairy wings of the Centre and states to develop demonstrative projects in solar technologies. "He (the minister) urged the NISE to work with central and state agriculture ministries, along with… read more →

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KOR Energy installs solar power systems at cold storages in Haryana

KOR Energy (India) Pvt. Ltd., a solar power company has successfully installed a grid connected rooftop solar systems at three cold storages in Haryana. A 90KWp system at Maan Brothers Cold Storage at Kurukshetra, 77KWp system at Lawrance Agro Storage Pvt. Ltd. and 66KWp system at R.P Cold Storages… read more →

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Initiate clean cooking movement by tapping solar energy market: PM Modi to startups

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday gave a call to start-ups run by the city youth to initiate a clean cooking movement by tapping the huge market potential of solar energy, saying they would get blessings of women from the poor sections of society. Modi said in the last 35 years, governments had… read more →

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Sarbananda Sonowal asks Power department to formulate solar policy for Assam

Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal asked the state Power Department to formulate a solar power policy for Assam. Chairing a review meeting of Power Department, Sonowal said, “A solar policy is the need of the hour to tap the solar power economically and help aiding industrialisation besides ensuring… read more →

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Orange Renewable Commissions 140 MW Solar Projects in the State Of Gujarat and Maharashtra.

Orange Renewable, a 100% subsidiary of Singapore based AT Holdings Pte. Ltd successfully commissioned a total capacity of 140 MW Solar PV Projects in the state of Gujarat and Maharashtra. The projects with respective capacity of 40 MW ( Charankar Solar Park, Gujarat ) and 100 MW (Dhule, Maharashtra)… read more →

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Shapoorji Pallonji Group in talks to sell stake in solar portfolio

The process of consolidation continues in India’s green energy space with diversified conglomerate Shapoorji Pallonji Group in talks to sell a stake in its solar power project portfolio. The privately held SP Group, which had $5 billion in revenue in 2016, is seeking a financial investor given that… read more →

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NTPC searches for buyer for Kadapa Solar Park’s power

Six months after it conducted a solar auction of 250 MW at the Kadapa Solar Park in Andhra Pradesh, NTPC has still not been able to find a buyer for the power the project will produce, people aware of the matter said. All 250 MW at the April auction were won by SolaireDirect, a subsidiary of the French… read more →

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Hind Power hopes to seal solar asset sale with Macquarie by November

Delhi-based Hindustan Powerprojects Pvt Ltd (Hindustan Power) expects to conclude by November a deal to sell some of its solar assets to Macquarie Asia Infrastructure Fund (MAIF). A spokesperson for Hindustan Power confirmed to BusinessLine that the deal was on track. “The due diligence process is… read more →

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World’s first 2 mm tempered solar glass facility opens in Bharuch

The world’s first fully tempered 2 mm solar glass production facility was inaugurated at Govali plant of Gujarat Borosil in Bharuch on Monday. It was was inaugurated by principal scientific advisor to Government of India and Padma Vibhushan awardee Dr R Chidambaram. “Production of 2 mm fully tempered… read more →

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New interpretation of customs rule leaves solar developers stranded

A new interpretation of customs rules has jeopardised India’s solar energy projects, with officials demanding payment of import duties on crucial inputs that were previously always shipped in without any levy, leaving developers stranded as 90% of these modules are not produced in India. read more →

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