Vikram Solar, one of India’s leading module manufacturer and a prominent rooftop solar & EPC solutions provider, successfully installed a 100 kW grid tied Rooftop Solar PV system for Parijat Industries Private Limited in Ambala, Haryana, India.
Photovoltaic Solar hosted a festive New Year Party at Renaissance Ahmedabad Hotel in Gujarat, “Jewel of Western India”. Wonderful entertainments and prizes had been prepared for the attendees. Growatt was so pleased to join with EPC contractors and project developers from across the region for the event to celebrate the coming 2019.
Jaipur headquartered solar power developer and EPC player, Rays Power Infra, has closed first round of Rs 200-crore (~ US$28.514 million) in mix of debt and equity funding from DMI Finance, a New Delhi-based Non-Bank Finance Company.
The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today was apprised of a Memorandum of Understanding which has been signed between the Solar Energy Corporation of India Limited,
Lubi Solar is a division of Lubi Industries, well known and trusted brand name in pumping industry as well. Lubi is believe the idea of continuous implementation by adopting new and progressive technology in our existing product and processes, thereby delivering higher price to client.
The GST council issued clarity on the confusion over the rates for solar power projects.
- The new series provides 26% better efficiency (exceeds ASHRAE 90.1-2016 std for VRF heat Pump) compared to conventional system
- More compact and saves up to 30% installation space
- Easy control with its advanced 15” Touch screen controller - GEN Network Control
NTPC to set up 50 MW LNG Project in Andaman
30th Dec, 2018
Hon’ble Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi laid the Foundation Stone of the 50 MW LNG Based Power Project on 30th December, 2018 at Hope Town, South Andaman. The 50 MW LNG based power plant to be established by wholly owned subsidiary of NTPC Limited – NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam (NVVN) is expected to significantly improve the quality of life of the residents of Andaman and Nicobar Islands and give a boost to economic development in the area. To be set up at cost of Rs. 387.80 Crore, the plant will take approx. 18 months to be operational after Award of work.
The plant shall be Operational through Dual Fuel - LNG or HSD to be sourced from Floating Storage Regasification Unit (FSRU) and High Speed Diesel (HSD) to be sourced from Indian Oil Corporation’s (IOCL) existing Depot at Andaman and Nicobar as per requirement.
Shri Manoj Sinha, Union Minister of State (I/C) for Communication and Minister of State for Railways; Admiral Devendra Kumar Joshi, PVSM, AVSM, YSM, NM, VSM (Retd.) Lt. Governor; Shri Bishnu Pada Ray, Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha and dignitaries from the Union Territory were present on the occasion. Shri Gurdeep Singh, CMD, NTPC, Officials from Electricity Department of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Ministry of Power, NTPC and NVVN were present during the programme.
Government of India through Ministry of Power has entrusted NTPC with the responsibility of providing clean and environmentally sustainable power solutions for these islands. NTPC has already set up a 5 MW Solar PV at Andaman & Nicobar and is in the process of establishing another 25 MW Solar PV project with battery backup.
LNG is a cleaner fuel which shall help preserve the natural beauty of Andaman and Nicobar islands while meeting the base load requirements of the islands. This plant shall be equipped with State-of-the-Art Air, Water and Noise Pollution Control Systems to minimize environmental impact.
NTPC is the largest Power Utility of the country. Company generates power through its coal, gas, solar, hydro and wind power stations at various locations across the country with an installed capacity of more than 53000 MW.
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India has welcomed Zambia as a member of the International Solar Alliance, with Vice President Venkaiah Naidu expressing hope for an early ratification of the Framework Agreement by Zambia
Intersolar India 2018, the last biggest solar event of the year in India kicked off on 11 December. Indian economy is growing very fast and so is India’s solar industry. India’s solar installed capacity is expected to reach over 28 GW by end of 2018 according to statistics.
As part of the journey to attract talent and empower the young generation, Sungrow, the global leading inverter supplier for renewables, conducted a series of “Solar Inverter Technical” CSR workshops in India, which are aimed to provide a platform for the students to share creative insights towards PV system solutions, and increased their employability in the renewable energy industry.
The latest workshop in Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
With the share of renewable energy in the overall generation mix rising across India, there are 300,000 job openings in the solar sector for achieving its target of commissioning 175GW of renewable energy by 2020. However, the lack of employees’ trained with techniques and skills is an existing gap and ongoing challenge within India’s workforce. This gap is increasingly recognized as a barrier to realize the country’s renewable energy target.
Knowledge sharing and talent development are among the verticals of Sungrow’s CSR program. The main objective of this technical workshop is to enhance the employability of the college students by giving them a complete overview of all trends, developments and technology innovations of renewable energy, and impart our latest inverter technologies through a comprehensive curriculum comprising theoretical knowledge and hands-on experience in solar industry.
For over two decades, Sungrow has committed to ensuring the highest standards of social responsibility by building PV power plants, libraries and providing scholarships to a collection of schools, which brings a positive change in society and drives sustained benefit for the Company’s business.
“We are pleased with the enthusiasm and interest from the students and see this as a way of help them to gain the knowledge and skills to contribute professionally to renewable-energy industry." commented Yukun Hu, Country Manager of Sungrow India. "Sungrow will continuously fulfill corporate social responsibility to achieve a clean energy sustainable future for India.”
India has welcomed Zambia as a member of the International Solar Alliance, with Vice President Venkaiah Naidu expressing hope for an early ratification of the Framework Agreement by Zambia.
Testing enables India’s largest power generation equipment manufacturer to lead the way in building a quality domestic solar industry ecosystem