AI- The next major disrupter -Are we ready ?

Author: Devashish Ganguli AI is one of the most important things humanity is working on. “It is more profound than, electricity” Says Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai.If you don’t sacrifice for what you want, what you want becomes the sacrifice.  For four billion years living things have come from the realm of the organic. Artificial intelligence […]

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India mulls new solar tender with focus on factories

By Anindya Upadhyay India is considering a new tender to develop solar power equipment manufacturing that doesn’t include a requirement to also generate electricity, a move aimed at sparking investor interest, according to people with knowledge of the plan. In addition to separating manufacturing of solar cells and modules from generation, the government may also […]

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Risen Energy Releases Jäger High Efficiency Mono-Crystalline Half-Cut Module White Paper

Risen Energy has released a technical white paper for the Jäger high-efficiency mono-crystalline Half-cut Module series, which have captured much attention since the end of last year. The white paper deciphers the new product’s innovative technology and also makes a well-rounded introduction to Jäger series product type, features, advantages and power roadmap. Jäger series were […]

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Vehicle to Grid and Battery Integrated fast charging infrastructure for Green Mobility

Author:Dr.Rashi Gupta Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of (Hybrid) and Electric Vehicles (FAME)-II scheme has recently been launched by government for E-Mobility and Battery manufacturing in India. Its a step for curbing pollution and decreasing India’s dependence on oil imports. Under the FAME-II scheme incentives will be given to lower the cost of electric vehicles. Without […]

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Do solar panels and home batteries save energy?

The energy produced over the lifetime of typical rooftop solar panels more than makes up for the energy it takes to make, mount and then eventually recycle them. But adding a home battery usually lowers those dividends, according to new research from Stanford University. Previous studies estimated the energy output to be about nine times […]

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Water Stressed India: Need for a U-turn

As we are at the outset of another summer season, do we remember the agony of the past seasons caused because of water scarcity? Depleting water resources in the country are creating constant stress and every year many cities, towns and villages are becoming parched. Last year the tourist town of Shimla was in news […]

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Kerosene-Solar Subsidy Swap: A missed opportunity and a new imperative

Author: Vandana Chavan The government has recently put efforts to build upon the existing electricity grid infrastructure to enhance clean energy access to all households in the country. This is expected to be complimented by lowering kerosene PDS allocation and thereby reducing the government’s burden of kerosene subsidies and households’ dependence on subsidised kerosene. Why […]

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National mission on battery storage to boost local manufacturing: SMEV

The setting up of the National Mission on Transformative Mobility and Battery Storage will encourage local manufacturing of batteries for electric vehicles (EVs), an industry body said Thursday. Terming the Cabinet’s approval to the plan a “good move,” the Society of Manufacturers of Electric Vehicles (SMEV) also said that it would help in significantly reducing […]

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IESA welcomes Govt.’s decision on National Mission on Transformative Mobility and Battery Storage

Today the government approved setting up of National Mission on Transformative Mobility and Battery Storage to drive clean, connected, shared and sustainable mobility initiatives in the country. The decision was taken at a meeting of the Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) has welcomed the government’s decision of […]

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