HDFC ERGO General Insurance launched the Solar Energy Shortfall Insurance Policy. This new policy is designed to account for non-traditional and non-physical damage related risks that solar projects regularly face.
India’s global initiative International Solar Alliance (ISA), which aims at increasing solar energy deployment in member countries, will become a treaty-based international intergovernmental organisation tomorrow.
India may have 99 problems, but scarcity of potable water and lack of electricity should not be one of them.With large pockets of the country receiving high levels of rainfall periodically, it is a travesty that most of it goes wasted.
In a big push to encourage energy efficient measures, especially rooftop solar power generation, India’s first rooftop solar plant on a carport at a commercial mall ‘Unity One’ in Rohini was inaugurated recently.
Indian solar energy industry remains divided even as the government has moved closer to a decision on whether or not to impose anti-dumping duty on imports of solar cells and modules from China, Malaysia and Taipei.
With air pollution rising to dangerous levels in India, home to twenty of the world’s most polluted cities, the Supreme Court on Friday asked why battery-run and solar energy-run vehicles were not being manufactured in the country on a large scale to replace petrol/diesel-run cars.
Solar energy is to lead the race to new power generation over the coming decades, thanks in large part to China and India, the International Energy Agency said Tuesday.
s US touts coal, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s sunshine club gets ambitious. Just weeks before it is recognized as a United Nations treaty organization, the International Solar Alliance announces a target to support setting up 1000GW of solar energy capacity by 2030 across its member countries.
When the Hyderabad Metro Rail commences its commercial operations on the Miyapur-Nagole stretch from November 28, the four Metro stations at Nagole, Uppal, Uppal Stadium and Miyapur will have a distinction.
Having said that, this rush to install such solar capacity has meant that the government is wooing global players to invest in solar and through open bidding that is transparent, solar firms such as Acme have bid down the rates so much that some experts opine that there is a bubble in the making.