Odisha Solar Alliance’s first Annual meet was recently concluded where more than 150 engineering students from various colleges, 40+ solar professionals and others attended the first zero carbon emission conference on solar at Energy Park Bhubaneswar.
- The two wind energy projects will cater to about 46.6% of HAL’s energy consumption
The International Solar Alliance is going to propose a new bank exclusively for financing energy access to billions, its director Upendra Tripathy said at the inaugural session of an event organised by New Delhi-based non-profit Centre for Science and Environment on the state of renewable energy.
Oikocredit is among the world's leading social impact investors with total assets of about 1.3 billion euros, over 693 partners and presence across 13 countries
In order to install Rooftop Solar Energy Production Plants, a Power Purchase Agreement has been signed today in presence of the Minister for New and Renewable Energy Harsh Yadav.
Waaree Energies, India’s largest solar PV manufacturer, today unveiled its 25 KW rooftop solar project at Himalayan Institute of Alternatives (HIAL).
India witnessed record installation of 1,538 MW of solar rooftop in the year ended September 30, taking the total capacity in the category to 3,399 MW, according to a report.
Recently Growatt has donated its inverter, Growatt 20KTL3-S to the Indore Cancer Foundation Charitable Trust, a not-for-profit charitable organization in central India. The ICF was launched on December 27, 1988.
The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has been approved the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between India and France on technical bilateral cooperation in the field of new and renewable energy. The MoU was signed on 3rd October, 2018.
The request is part of a larger plan to build 23 gigawatts of solar capacity in Ladakh, a region in the country's extreme north bordering China
IFC’s climate related investments accounted for 36 per cent out of the US$23.3 billion invested in 74 countries in fiscal 2018 – an all-time high
Suryashakti Kisan Yojana project which was launched by Gujarat government in early 2018 brought tremendous attentions as Gujarat is poised to become the first state in the country to roll out a scheme where farmers can utilize solar to generate electricity for farming and irrigation as well as selling the surplus to the electric grid to obtain additional income.
India has declared the trajectory of bidding 60 gigawatt capacity of solar energy and 20 GW capacity of wind energy by March 2020, leaving two years time for execution of projects, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy said.