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Latest Articles in solar energy

The Role Of Solar Energy In Achieving The $5 Trillion Target

The country’s focus on taking the sustainable path and reducing its carbon footprint by replacing fossil fuel based electricity generation with non-fossil sources will decrease the heavy import expenditures, and open opportunities for increased investments in renewable energy

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India Needs $223 Bn Investment To Meet Solar, Wind Goals By 2030, Says Report

Central Electricity Authority forecasts that the country's reliance on coal to drop from 53 per cent of installed capacity in 2021 to 33 per cent in 2030

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Renewable Energy Capacity Addition Increases By 80% To 3.4 GW In December Quarter

Solar energy comprised 92 per cent of the total RE capacity added during the quarter, driven partly by a 142 per cent rise in installations of rooftop solar to 700 megawatts (MW)

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Green Hydrogen Imperative To Move Away From Fossil Fuels: Amitabh Kant

NITI Aayog CEO, Amitabh Kant highlighted India's ambitious climate targets and the crucial role of the private sector in meeting these targets.

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ANIL: Adani Group's Vehicle For New Energy Business

It will undertake green hydrogen projects, generation of low carbon electricity and manufacture of wind turbines, solar modules and batteries

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Scaling Up Energy Storage

As solar and wind energy continue to dominate India’s installed renewable energy capacity, their intermittent nature on the grids can only be tackled through large and affordable energy storage solutions.

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Balancing Energy Transition With Security

With the last-minute change in a crucial clause at the COP26 Climate Summit in Glasgow, India has set the tone for a new balance that it aims to establish in the energy sector to tackle climate change.

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ATUM Solar Roof Receives Patent From USA

ATUM has also received the prestigious UL Certificate from the National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratory, India.

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How Solar Micro-Grids Can Fast-Track India’s Rural Electrification Goals

As India makes a strong push to ensure efficient electrification of its villages, the solar PV technology is the way forward. The micro-grid technology is especially emerging as a tailor-made solution for the rural areas that are often characterized by remote or scattered dwellings where grid connections prove financially and physically imprudent.

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Adani Green Energy Signs 4667 MW Solar Agreement With SECI

This is the world’s largest ever green power purchase agreement, it said. The AGEL-SECI agreement to supply 4,667 Mw is part of a manufacturing-linked solar tender of 8,000 Mw awarded to AGEL by SECI in June 2020.

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Corporate Funding Of Solar: The Issues And Solutions

The success in this sector is now confined to the big players who can rustle up financing at competitive rates

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Floating Solar Power Plant To Be Setup In Odisha

It will be set up by the Solar Energy Corporation of India, which is under the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy.

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IREDA, THDCIL To Collaborate For Renewable Energy Projects

Under the MoU, IREDA will undertake techno-financial due diligence of renewable energy and energy efficiency and conservation projects for THDCIL, a statement said.

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Renewables To Dominate New Power Capacity Through 2026: IEA

More robust government policies and climate goals, advanced by pledges at the COP26 conference in Glasgow last month, are driving the increases but the pace of renewables growth needs to accelerate to limit temperature rises, the IEA said.

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Funding Under PLI For Solar Manufacturing To Increase To 24,000 Cr

The PLI scheme is aimed at adding 10,000 MW manufacturing capacity of integrated solar PV modules entailing direct investment of Rs 17,200 crore at present. With the increase in allocation to Rs 24,000 crore, the quantum of investments and domestic manufacturing capacity envisaged under the scheme would further increase.

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