The governor of Marsa Matrouh, Alaa Abu Zeid, and the Indian ambassador to Egypt, Sanjay Bhattacharyya, inaugurated on Sunday a joint solar electrification project in Agaween village in Matrouh governorate.
US President Donald Trump pitched a new concept to his supporters for the wall he intends to erect on the Mexican border: cover it with solar panels — and use the energy to cover construction costs.
In lieu of the tax rate on solar panels being fixed at five percent under the forthcoming Goods and Services Tax (GST), industry players believe that solar being placed at par with coal indicates that the country is moving towards grid parity.
Rural Electrification Corp. (REC), a state-owned backer of India’s power sector, plans to lend billions of rupees to clean-energy projects and equipment makers this fiscal year as part of an expanded push into renewables that will also see it issue green bonds overseas.
Imagine a world where you wake up in a smart green home and go to school in a self-driving electric vehicle to another smart green building
The district is fast emerging as a solar energy hub. As per the clearance given by UPNEDA (Uttar Pradesh New and Renewable Energy Agency), different institutions of the district have been picked up for installation of solar panels.
Solar panels on the rooftop that produce a kilowatt of power are no longer beyond the reach of ordinary citizens. Such a project will cost around Rs 60,000, even less if the central government’s 30% subsidy is factored in. In fact, generating the energy to run two fans and two lights could come at the price of a high-end smartphone
Robotic Dry Cleaning System for Solar panels at Solar PV plant at NTPC Dadri was inaugurated by A. K. Jha, Director (Technical), NTPC Limited in presence of D.K. Sood, RED (DBF) & ED (CSR/R&R) and S. K. Sinha, GGM (Dadri) and other senior officials of NTPC on Thursday.
President Pranab Mukherjee will inaugurate the first phase of a solarization project in the President’s Estate on Friday under which 670 KW of solar power
In a bid to save on electricity bills and pave way for green energy, the 5.6 km stretch of the Bandra Worli sealink will be illuminated with the help of solar panels from April this year.