India has recommended imposing a 25 percent safeguard duty on solar cells from China and Malaysia, saying the overseas supplies have caused or threatened “serious injury” to domestic manufacturers.
Total global corporate funding in the solar sector touched $5.3 billion in the first half of this year, up 15% over last year, amid uncertainty in the industry owing to Trump tariffs and the Chinese subsidy pullback, global consulting firm Mercom Capital Group said.
The rapid rise of renewable energy is exposing the shortcomings in India’s current power transmission infrastructure.
As they increasingly produce and distribute this new kind of power, government agencies and companies—and their infrastructure—are grappling with the technical difficulties this transition ensues.
South corporation, in its standing committee meeting on Thursday, has approved the project to install 5MW solar rooftop projects on the municipal buildings.
Driving through the endless dunes and cacti of the Chihuahuan desert in northern Mexico, a shimmering blue field suddenly appears on the horizon — not a mirage, but the largest solar park in Latin America.
Apple Inc., expanding its environmental efforts, announced a $300 million fund to promote clean energy in China.
The iPhone maker said it’s creating the fund to boost the use of renewable energy in its supply chain, which is primarily spread across regions in China.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi government’s overzealous approach towards solar power generation and solar module manufacturing appear to be unsustainable.
NTPC’s 250 MW Solar Project In Suwasra, District Mandsaur, Madhya Pradesh Dedicated To State By Shri Shivraj Singh Chauhan Hon’ble Chief Minister, Madhya Pradesh
The Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Shivraj Singh Chauhan on Wednesday dedicated to the State of MP, NTPC’s 250 MW Solar Power Plant in Suwasra, District Mandsaur of Madhya Pradesh.
In a major push for the renewable energy sector and to overcome resistance to the acquisition of private land for infrastructure projects
If 40 per cent of India’s electricity comes from renewables by 2030 (from 7.5 per cent in February 2018), the country could add about 3 million new jobs, according to a report by the International Labour Organization (ILO), an arm of the United Nations.