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To be published in Part-I Section I of the Gazette of India Extraordinary

To be published in Part-I Section I of the Gazette of India Extraordinary No.6/3/2021-DGTR Government of India Ministry of Commerce & Industry Department of Commerce Directorate General of Trade...

Solar-powered hydrogen under $2/kg by 2030

Green hydrogen generation could become cost-competitive compared to blue hydrogen by the end of the current decade in parts of the United States with...

Renewables account for 57% of new U.S. generating capacity in first half of 2020

Data just released by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) states that renewable energy sources (solar, wind, biomass, geothermal, hydropower) dominated new U.S. electrical...

The PV world 10 years ago – Summer Series Part VII

Availability of raw materials for photovoltaic components at risk in Europe. According to a report published by the European Commission in June 2010, the...

The PV world 10 years ago – Summer Series Part III

Global The prospects for the international PV market were very positive in 2010, with significant growth anticipated. According to a statement published by iSuppli before...

European solar generation hit ‘all-time high’ in Q2 2020

Generation from Europe’s solar PV fleet hit an all-time high in Q2 2020, according to analysis compiled by EnAppSys. Driven by a collapse in power...

Easing of Covid lockdown helped German big solar in May

The easing of Covid-19 lockdown restrictions in Germany helped the addition of almost 121.4 MW of new large scale solar generation capacity in May, with 33...

US Solar Plants Now Expected to Run for More Than 30 Years: Berkeley Lab

Big solar plants are getting cheaper to run and expectations for their useful operational lives keep getting longer, according to a new survey of U.S....

Southeastern US states to add 15 GW of PV by 2023

The southeastern United States will reach nearly 25 GW of solar by 2023, up from about 10 GW now, according to a new report...

Significant decline in potentially unsafe PV systems in Australia

The number of Australian rooftop solar systems that can be labeled as unsafe or potentially unsafe has drastically declined, proving the efficiency of solar...

Record shipments push global solar PV inverter market past $9 billion in 2019

The global competitive landscape for inverters remains relatively consolidated. The top 10 suppliers accounted for more than 70% of global PV inverter shipments. As...

PV module prices are falling faster than all predictions

Across all market segments, PV system costs are falling faster than anticipated, according to new research from Wood Mackenzie. The unexpected decline in costs...

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L&T Construction Bags EPC Order to Set Up 1.5 GW Solar PV Project in Saudi Arabia

The renewables arm of Larsen & Toubro’s Power Transmission & Distribution Business has secured a turnkey engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contract from the...

Maharashtra govt plans Pumped Hydro Storage plants to support renewables

In what is described to be a gamechanger in stabilizing the power grid, the state government has set its focus on Pumped Hydro Storage...

Partial relief on cards for rooftop solar power projects in Rajasthan

In a partial relief to the rooftop solar industry, the Union power ministry on Friday proposed to allow net metering benefits to projects having...

Loss default guarantee fund to aid solar powered pump buyers

Kolkata: SwitchON Foundation along with Punjab National Bank (PNB) has set up the first ‘loss default guarantee fund’ to offer finance to the marginal...