Cabinet Nod for Rs 1,500 Cr Equity Infusion in IREDA

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) has approved the equity infusion of Rs 1,500 crore in renewable energy industry major lender Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency Ltd (IREDA).

Policies & Regulations | 20/01/2022 | By Manu Tayal

NTPC Invites Bids to Develop 900 MW Solar Park in Cuba

NTPC Ltd, India’s largest integrated energy producer, has invited bids from developers to build 900 MW capacity of solar photovoltaic (PV) park in the Republic of Cuba.

Renewable energy / Solar PV | 19/01/2022 | By Manu Tayal

Govt Should Establish a Strategic and Definitive Roadmap to Execute Climate Action, says Manish Dabkara 

It is therefore vital that the Government of India should establish a strategic and definitive roadmap to execute climate action, said Manish Dabkara, Chairman and Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer of EKI Energy Services Ltd - a leading company in the carbon credit industry in India.

Business | 18/01/2022 | By Manu Tayal

SJVN’s 1,320 MW Buxar Thermal Project in Bihar Enters Advanced Construction Phase

The 1,320 MW capacity of the Buxar Thermal Power Project of state-owned SJVN in Bihar state has achieved another milestone with the jacking up of ceiling girder (1,400 tonnes) for the first boiler unit.

Conventional energy / Thermal Power Plants | 18/01/2022 | By Manu Tayal

Tata Power Renewables Commissions 2x50 MW Solar Projects in UP

Utility giant Tata Power’s renewables arm Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd (TPREL) has commissioned two solar power projects of 50 MW each at Prayagraj, and Banda in the state of Uttar Pradesh (UP).

Renewable energy / Solar PV | 17/01/2022 | By Manu Tayal

Trojan Battery's New Manufacturing Video Now Available

Continuing its effort to expand the public’s understanding of deep-cycle battery technology, Trojan Battery has produced a video demonstrating its new cast-on-strap (COS) manufacturing equipment.

Energy Storage | 17/04/2012 | By News Bureau

First Solar Production Closure Comment from IMS Research

First Solar’s decision to permanently close its German production facility and indefinitely close four lines at its Malaysian facility once again demonstrates the intense pressure that even the ‘lowest cost’ PV producers are under today to reduce their manufacturing costs.

Business | 17/04/2012 | By News Bureau

First Solar restructures operations to align with sustainable market opportunities

First Solar will close its manufacturing operations in Frankfurt (Oder), Germany, in the fourth quarter of 2012. Additionally, the Company will indefinitely idle four production lines at its manufacturing center in Kulim, Malaysia, on May 1, 2012.

Business | 17/04/2012 | By Gisela Bühl

Lanco Solar completes 56MW Solar Photovoltaic Power Plant to the grid in Gujarat

Gujarat is at the forefront of solar development in the country today, with its excellent solar radiation, progressive solar policies and conducive business environment.

Renewable energy / Solar PV | 17/04/2012 | By Gisela Bühl

SGS Successfully Completes In-Service Inspection of Dahao and Chaonan Wind Farms

SGS is pleased to announce that the company has successfully completed in-service inspection of 50 wind turbines at the Dahao and Chaonan wind farms for China Resources New Energy Group Co., Ltd in Guangdong, China.

Renewable energy / Wind Power | 17/04/2012 | By News Bureau

Gamesa Electric installed its on grid solar PV inverter in Gujarat

This is one step more for Gamesa to enter into the Indian solar market.

Renewable energy / Solar PV | 17/04/2012 | By Gisela Bühl

Two educational institutions in Karnataka get Solarizer solar water heating systems from Emmvee

Emmvee Solar Systems Private Limited installed high performance solar water heating systems in two prestigious institutions in Karnataka: Morarjee Desai Residential Schools and Vidyashilp Academy.

Renewable energy / Thermal Solar | 17/04/2012 | By News Bureau

Siemens wins second solar receivers order for parabolic trough power plant in India

Purchaser is Megha Engineering and Infrastructure Ltd. Siemens will supply approximately 17,000 solar receivers, which will generate all of the heat for the 50 megawatt (MW) facility.

Renewable energy / Concentrated Solar | 17/04/2012 | By Gisela Bühl

Wind energy sector growing over twice as fast as EU economy

The wind energy industry increased its contribution to the EU\'s gross domestic product (GDP) by 33% between 2007 and 2010. In 2010, the industry\'s growth was twice that of the EU\'s GDP overall, with the sector contributing 32 billion Euros to an EU economy in slowdown.

Renewable energy / Wind Power | 16/04/2012 | By News Bureau

PV module suppliers switch tactics as wafer prices fall 70%

The average price of photovoltaic (PV) wafers in the first quarter of 2012 fell by more than 70 percent in a year according to the latest research released by IMS Research, which was recently acquired by IHS Inc.

Renewable energy / Solar PV | 12/04/2012 | By News Bureau

 
 
 
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