Close to 33 years after India set up its first wind energy demonstration project of 1.15 MW in 1986 at Tuticorin, it emerges that a big source of clean energy has not been given the policy focus it deserves.
Airport Authority of India (AAI), will begin the phase two of solar power plant installation by installing a 100 kWp (kilowatts) capacity flexible panel solar power plant, making Lohegaon airport the first in the country to have this facility.
After the UT administration extended its deadline to install solar plants, the Chandigarh Renewal Energy, Science and Technology Promotion Society (Crest) has decided to hold awareness camps to encourage UT residents to install solar panels.
A first-of-its-kind tool that evaluates which part of one’s rooftop can generate maximum solar energy and identify the best areas for solar power generation is expected to go live on the Bangalore Electricity supply Company Ltd (Bescom) website by this month-end.
Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani welcomed the representatives of Netherlands on Friday and talked of fostering ties in the field of technology to realise the Kalpsar Yojana and development of Dholera SIR.
The Gujarat government is considering a proposal to give land for centrally-sanctioned wind projects on the condition that the winning developers set up projects at the site decided by the state government—a sort of wind park.
State-owned electricity generator NTPC has invited solar power developers to develop 15 MW floating solar PV capacity at its Koldam Hydroelectric Power Project in Bilaspur district of Himachal Pradesh.
Dutch foldable solar panel-maker HyET Solar BV seeks to “Make In India” and is eyeing partnerships with existing solar panel makers and a polymer-maker, commercial director of the company Pieter Veltman said.
Hero Future Energies Pvt. Ltd is in talks to acquire Fotowatio Renewable Ventures’s 135 megawatt (MW) solar power project in India, two people aware of the development said. Owned by Abdul Latif Jameel Energy
To achieve the solar power generation target set by the ministry of new and renewable energy, the Chandigarh Renewal Energy, Science and Technology Promotion Society (CREST) has now decided to install solar plants on Patiala ki Rao, a seasonal rivulet in Chandigarh.