Thursday, April 2, 2020
Examining state wise opportunities for grid-connected solar rooftop applications and market sizing for discoms, OEMs, EPC contractors, project developers into residential, industrial, commercial and government segments.The government of India is projected to make an investment by giving subsidies to...
Mr. Prateek Kothari, Founder & CEO, Raylios Solar Maharashtra features in the top 5 states where net metering connections have been installed across the country. The recent intent of the...
Mr. Prerak Thekadi, Dy. General Manager - Techno Commercial, Adani Rooftop Solar comes with immense financial benefit for the consumer and this benefit further enhance with Government subsidy. As a rule of thumb,...
Mr Ashish Khanna, President, Tata Power Even though Residential Rooftop Solar (RRS) may be contributing very little compared to the commercial solar industry, it has seen an impressive growth this year. According to...
Mr. R. Sunder, Head Rooftop Solar Business, Hero Future Energies Rooftop solar which is the fastest growing renewable energy sub-sector in India, grew at an estimated CAGR of 83% in the last three...
Insolation Energy Pvt. Ltd. India’s move to impose safeguard duty on imports of solar cells and modules last year hasn’t helped domestic manufacturers much. To protect local producers, the government had imposed a...
Mr. Yash Jain, CMO, MicroSun Solar Tech Pvt Ltd In present times, the world has been adopting renewable powerat a rapid rate. India is also emerging in the global arena as aleading generator...
The Indian government is leading the adoption of new energy technologies in the current global energy transition through various policy initiatives and learning by doing, a new IEEFA briefing note has found. In...
Turkey can build on a new support scheme for solar power by providing further incentives that would reduce payback periods to less than seven years now, and two years by 2030, according to a report released today...
A tipping point for the future of fossil fuels may have been reached this year as financial markets massively down-rated traditional energy companies, with their slumping share prices destroying “staggering” amounts of shareholder wealth.