Taiwan PV Industry Pursues Transition with the Development of Clean Power Generation Market

On April 12, 2019, the revised Renewable Energy Development Act approved by Taiwan authorities set the goal of over 20GW renewables by 2025. It aims to increase the proportion of renewable energy by 20% from the present 5% by including the policy to free Taiwan from nuclear energy by 2025

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Circulating Fluid Bed Scrubbing Technology: A Low-Cost Flexible Multi-Pollutant Technology for the Indian Power Market

For many plants in the Indian power market, the CFB scrubber is a compelling economic choice particularly for units rated at 600MW or less due to its lower installed cost, auxiliary power, and water usage. CFB scrubbers also offer a compact footprint and low maintenance while maintaining high reliability

TBD, Sumitomo SHI FW

Role of Artificial Intelligence in Digital Transition of Indian Power Sector

OEMs in the power sector need to utilize AI for their vital product developments to speed up the design prototyping process. They need to leverage Machine Learning to align the product with actual operational & flexibility requirements

Yeshraj Singh, Strategic Initiative Leader – Digital Transformation, QuEST Global

“We May Soon Say Goodbye to Monofacial”

As bifacial technology establishes itself in the market, module cost is likely to fall further to be competitive with monofacial. This will have a significant impact on financial models. Bifacial technology is no more a future vision, it is becoming the reality.

JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd

How Much of Impact Would A 25% Weight Decrease On a Panel Be to The Industry?

The greatest performance benefits for bifacial technology are seen when it is deployed in tracking systems. For single-axis tracking system, 25% weight loss has been shown to provide superior alleviation over the tracking system, as this does not require special design or strengthened material

JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd

Moving towards e-mobility

What takes precedent? The establishment of charging infrastructure or adoption of electric vehicles. This has been a major debate since the revolution towards e-mobility started. The setting up of charging infrastructure involves investing in the charger and in few cases, cost of the supporting grid infrastructure as well. Moreover, there is still ambiguity as to what is the right fit (profitable) business model to ensure proper billing and compensation to charging point operators

Priyank Agarwal, Vice President- Strategy and Business Development, Exicom Power solution

Getting closer to the reality of low-emission mobility

As we progress in this evolving business landscape, a booming segment like EV will gain a huge advantage by integrating a lighter and strong frame as it will increase the car’s capacity of carrying heavy batteries. The automotive industry ahead will witness an influx of more autonomous vehicles and digital technologies where lightweight materials will be a key factor in the manufacturing of these new-age transportation solutions

Pankaj Khare, Head of Sales & Marketing - High Performance Materials at LANXESS India Private Ltd

Financing rooftop solar is easier than thought

While viability has been frequently talked about, funding options have not been given their share of limelight in the popular media. It is high time that appropriate awareness is created amongst the residential consumer. That along with the appropriate policy and regulatory support will truly blossom the segment and help surpass (not just meet) the ambitious target of 40GW by 2022

Sarvesh Shetye, Founder & Managing Director, PeriUrja Energy Pvt. Ltd

Aluminium Empowering the Green Transmission Initiative

The growth of aluminum is only set to surge in the future given the planned investments in the power sector. Aluminum is going to see a growth of CAGR 8% by 2025, especially in this industry given the number of sustainable initiatives lined up in the coming future

R K Jain, Sr. Vice President – Commercial, Jindal Aluminium Limited.

Solar Net Metering: Need of The Hour for The Indian Solar Sector

On the backdrop of the need to accelerate renewable energy generation while tackling the issues of climate change and rapidly increasing power demand – some urgent corrective measures are required in India’s solar sector. Especially, in the rooftop solar segment, where the growth has been slow for a while, net metering can bring in the much-needed push for C&I players to seriously consider transitioning to clean energy

Vishal Toro, Policy & Regulation, Fourth Partner Energy

Solar Rooftop: Tapping The Vast Potential To Meet 100 GW Target

Uneven and constantly changing state policies have created confusion in a market that is already technologically unclear in a consumers’ mind leading to rampant decision paralysis. System integrators have to bear the brunt of this since their sales lead cycled and business development costs skyrocket. A single centrally controlled policy will immensely help the industry.

Puneet Goyal, Co-Founder, SunAlpha Energy Pvt. Ltd

Primary Methods Can Effectively Control ‘Nox’ious Emissions from India’s Coal-Fired Thermal Power Plants

Almost two-thirds of India’s installed power generation capacity is based on coal-fired plants, but most of these plants, especially the older ones, are yet to procure or install the requisite technology for emission control. The industry, however, has begun to take cognizance of this and a big push is underway to reduce the emission levels. The total power generation in the country is expected to cross 830 GW by the year 2030, and almost half of this will be coal-based

Sanjay Aggarwal, Managing Director, Fortum India Pvt. Ltd.

Individual, Smaller Capacity Solar Power Projects Costlier

While solar projects can be set up anywhere, its scattering leads to higher project costs per MW and higher transmission losses. When projects are individual and of a lower capacity, they incur substantially higher expenses in site development, drawing separate transmission lines to the nearest substation, procuring water and in the creation of other necessary infrastructure

Faruk Patel, Chairman & Managing Director, KPI Global Infrastructure

Urban Energy Transition: Scaling Up a Decentralised Electricity Future

Rooftop solar systems are one of the most suited clean technologies for the urban built environment. Moreover, 82 percent of India’s potential for technology in urban areas is in the residential sector. However, uptake of the technology has been largely among industrial and commercial consumers. For residential consumers, installing rooftop solar systems possesses several challenges.

Selna Saji, Research Analyst, Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW)

Solar Pumps - Answer to India’s Agricultural Woes?

As the world’s largest producer of cotton and the second-largest producer of wheat and rice, India is undoubtedly an agrarian country. About 800 million people out of the country’s 1.3 billion population depend directly or indirectly on agriculture for their livelihoods. India’s farmers have constantly faced the brunt of climate change and crop failures since most of the agriculture in the country is monsoon based

Saravanan Panneer Selvam, General Manager, Grundfos India
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