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Solar: Is It Shining
September 2018
10 MW in 2010 to 21 GW of installed grid-connected solar capacity in 2018 shows the testament of the Government of India's success in supporting renewable energy, especially solar, in India.
Locus Energy offers active monitoring and clarity fleet analysis
September 2017
Locus Energy announced the launch of a comprehensive, low-cost monitoring, analytics, and fleet management solution for residential solar sites.
Renewable capacity addition catches up with thermal power in India
April 2017
Energy transformation has arrived in India. According to the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), India’s total renewable capacity including solar, wind, biomass and small hydro grew by around 11.2 GW in FY2016-17, at par with thermal capacity addition, which registered a decline of 50 per cent in the year.
Schneider Electric powers 2 GW solar
March 2017
Schneider Electric India announced that it has powered more than 2 GW of solar capacity in India through its inverters, transformers and other medium voltage equipment and expects to achieve 2.5 GW (including 500 MW solar) by March 2017.
Budget Reaction | Su-Kam
February 2017
Honestly when Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announced the series of measures in Budget 2017-18 to promote clean energy, access to power and energy security, we as a company are looking forward about its future scope. This thought will result in 20 GW of solar capacity addition to which it will add on to higher spending on rural electrification.
India's solar market to grow 90percent in 2017 | Bridge to India
February 2017
India starts the year with a pipeline of around 14 GW of utility scale projects, out of which 7.7 GW is expected to be commissioned in the year (growth of around 90 per cent over 2016).
Budget: Rudranil Roysharma, General Manager and Sr Consultant, Energy Vertical, Feedback Business Consulting
February 2017
Government is already taking good care of the power sector since last 2.5 years hence there is not much sops for the sector in this budget. Budget initiatives that will have impact on the power sector have been listed below: 1. Government’s commitment towards ‘renewable energy’ and ‘Power for all’ has been reiterated through second round of solar capacity addition of 20,000 MW and 100 per cent village electrification.
India's solar market to grow 90 per cent in 2017 | Bridge to India
January 2017
India starts the year with a pipeline of around 14 GW of utility scale projects, out of which 7.7 GW is expected to be commissioned in the year (growth of around 90 per cent over 2016).
Opec nations seek $1.5 billion loan for solar shift
July 2013
Saudi Arabia, the biggest member of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec), and the United Arab Emirates, fourth-biggest in the group, are seeking to add 1,000 megawatts of solar capacity, enough to electrify 2,00,000 homes. The forecast expansion, which includes Jordan, will require loans and export credits, said Vahid Fotuhi, president of the Dubai- based Emirates Solar Industry Association. Governments across the Middle East and North Africa consider sun and wind energy as c
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