Solar power earns Rs 1 crore for South Delhi Municipal Corporation
Over the last year, SDMC generated 6,615 KW solar power from the panels installed at 152 corporation buildings. SDMC became the first municipal corporation in the country to instal solar panels on its rooftops.
India's first fully solar-powered village - Irumbai in Tamil Nadu
The Tamil Nadu Energy Development Corporation (TEDA) plans to complete the ...
Temple in Gujarat switches to solar power, uses saved money to fund college
Temple's trustee Praveen Chandra said that the electricity bill u...
Japan's Soft Bank Group to invest Rs 30,000 crore in renewable energy in Gujarat
The announcement was made at a meeting between chief minister Vijay Rupani and Executive Chairman of SB Energy Manoj Kohli. The investment will be in solar energy, wind energy and other unconventional renewable energy sources.
Sterling and Wilson Solar begins construction of 200MW solar project in Australia
Wellington Solar Farm is a solar photovoltaic (PV) independent power project (IPP) being constructed on 490 Ha (hectare) of land, northeast of the town of Wellington in New South Wales.
Noida authority to set up 5 Megawatt solar power plants at multiple locations
The decision is yet to be made through e-tendering process for finalisation of contractor for installation, operation and maintenance for 25 years of the 5 MW solar photovoltaic plants.
Solar energy need of hour, says Bihar CM Nitish Kumar
Nitish said efforts were on to enthuse people to make optimal use of solar energy in their private buildings after the installation of solar plates on the government buildings and offices across the state
New solar power scheme to light up lives of rural farmers in Rajasthan
A solar power scheme to generate income for farmers from their unfertile land was launched last week. The proposal floated on Saturday requesting applications for setting up plants with capacity ranging from 0.5 to 2 megawatt would also benefit the discoms, and fulfil a long-standing demand of small solar power developers.
Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka to declare 'no new coal' policy; future demands to be met by renewable & flexible based energy
Karnataka, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu are states with the highest renewable energy potential in the country. Their installed renewable energy capacities are either higher than coal power or are on a path to overtake it.
India needs tariff reforms to boost consumption of renewables: WWF
According to the report, C&I consumers' power demand is met principally by grid power (63 per cent) and onsite captive generation (27 per cent, mostly coal fired).
US solar industry urges Twitter campaign to 'punch back' at White House
The Solar Energy Industry Association's call to action came a day after it released a study saying the levies would cost 62,000 jobs and $19 billion in clean energy investments. The study is part of a strategy to persuade President Donald Trump to reduce or end the four-year tariff regime implemented early last year.
Coimbatore civic body to open its second solar power plant
The plant, which consists of 3,168 solar panels with a capacity of 320watts each, has been set up across 5.5 acres within the premises of old dump yard at Kavundampalayam.
India sets up 31,696 MW solar power generation capacity
Tenders for another 36,278 MW capacity projects have been issued and with new tenders of around 15,000 MW planned in remaining period of 2019-20 and 2020-21, and the country is on course for achieving the target.
Goa to buy solar power from NTPC for next three years
According to the directives of the Joint Electricity Regulatory Commission (JERC), it is mandatory for the electricity department to purchase a defined percentage of its power from renewable sources, including solar and non-solar.
MSEDCL installs only 12,500 of 1 lakh solar pumps targeted by March 2020
MSEDCL’s performance in Vidarbha is as bad as other regions. It had received 49,956 applications for solar pumps of which 15,108 were rejected due to various reasons.
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