Quality Pays Off
POWER TODAY recently visited Gujarat Borosil's state-of-art manufacturing unit in Bharuch. Known for many firsts, the company is fully geared up to take advantage of the solar wave, by manufacturing world's first 2 mm fully tempered solar glass, right here in India and market it globally.
Tata Power reports 126 per cent increase in PAT for Q1
Tata Power, India’s largest integrated power company, today announced its results for the quarter ended June 30th, 2017, reporting a 126 per cent increase in PAT and 28 per cent increase in standalone PAT as compared to Q1FY17.
Solar has many unique attributes which make it a preferred source of power, particularly in India, a densely populated country with a high energy deficit - where it can be rapidly deployed across most parts of the country, due to its modular nature and by virtue of it being environment friendly.
Investing in technology and quality is the differentiator
There have been many new policies in solar recently and GoI has set a target of 100 GW by 2022 and as such the perspective is that there is a lot of scope and potential for Indian solar manufacturing. However, the ground reality is that not much has happened.
Ecoppia, global leader in robotic cleaning for large scale solar PV sites, has begun building its Indian and Asian operations, starting with hiring a new VP for the region, Nalin Sharma.
BNRG, Tata Solars largest international client
Irish solar company BNRG Renewables has announced that, in partnership with the UK-based agribusiness, the Langmead Group, it completed construction in March of 20 MW of solar projects.
A Deal for the Planet
The latest attempt at saving the planet from the dangers of climate change has paid off. However, the power sector has to gear up for the new dynamics it brings in. The world was expected to arrive at a time to pay for its sins and excesses by 2050