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Adani Green Energy Posts Rs 55 crore net profit in Q4

Adani Green Energy on Monday posted a consolidated net profit of Rs 55.64 crore for the March 2020 quarter, helped by lower expenses. The clean energy firm had logged a consolidated net loss of Rs 94.08 crore in the corresponding quarter a year ago, a company statement said. Its total income stood at Rs 718.66 […]

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Solar Energy have potential to improve healthcare in rural India, say leaders

Nearly 20 leaders from think tanks, research groups, renewable energy companies, sustainable development organisations and industry associations on Thursday said India’s weak healthcare infrastructure in rural areas are being exposed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. In a letter to the government of India, they called for action, making the case for solarising all unelectrified […]

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COVID-19 outbreak had limited effect on Canadian Solar’s Chinese PV manufacturing: GlobalData

Canadian Solar recently stated that it had experienced limited impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on its production facilities in China. Although the company faced severe disruptions from January-mid by way of capacity loss amidst the COVID-19 carnage, it did not have a large impact on the production facilities, says GlobalData, a leading data and analytics […]

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Trina Solar bags first 100MW plus contract for new Vertex modules in India

The new Vertex modules from Trina Solar is spearheading the solar energy industry’s adoption of higher efficiency, higher power modules. The firm has signed its first 100MW plus contract in India for Vertex modules with SunSource Energy- a provider of solar- based energy and storage solutions in India, South East Asia and emerging markets.  SunSource […]

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RITES invites bids for 1GW of Solar Projects Across India on Railways Land

RITES Limited, an engineering consultancy company has issued a tender for 1 GW solar project to set up across India on various zonal railways land. Last date for submission of the bids is June 29, 2020 and pre-bid meeting is scheduled on May 28, 2020 , which is expected to be conducted online looking into […]

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IBC SOLAR, 7C Solarparken AG strengthen partnership

IBC SOLAR AG and 7C Solarparken, a listed solar power are strengthening their excellent cooperation that has been existing for years. 7C Solarparken AG has acquired another open-space solar park developed, planned and built by IBC SOLAR AG with a total nominal output of 10 MWp at the Oberwesterwaldbahn site in Hesse, Germany (Dornburg and […]

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Nautilus Solar Energy Closes Debt Financing with NBC and RBC

Nautilus Solar Energy has closed a $90 million debt financing agreement led by National Bank of Canada “NBC” and including Royal Bank of Canada (“RBC”) as lender.  The financing consists of a $75 million revolving construction facility and a $15 million letter of credit facility. The proceeds provide Nautilus with competitive capital for its well- […]

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Abu Dhabi announces world’s lowest tariff for solar power, sets at a record of USD 1.35 cents/kWh

Abu Dhabi Power Corporation (ADPower) has announced that it has secured world’s lowest tariff for solar power with a record Dh4.97 fils/kWh or $1.35 cents/kWh. Emirates Water and Electricity Company (EWEC), delivered a virtual read-out of five consortia’s technical and commercial bids for the 2GW Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Independent Power Producer (IPP) project to be […]

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Swelect Energy Systems resumes operations at Bengaluru plant

Swelect Energy Systems Ltd has announced that it has resumed operations at Solar Photovoltaic Modules Manufacturing Plant located in Bengaluru with effect from April 25. Due to lockdown to combat COVID 19 the company had to keep its operations shut at its plants located in Bengaluru and Salem from March 24. Swelect Energy Systems in […]

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This Environment-Friendly Inexpensive Compound Shows Promise for Solar Cell Use

 A widespread transition to solar energy will depend heavily on reliable, safe, and affordable technology like batteries for energy storage and solar cells for energy conversion. At Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, researchers are focused heavily on both parts of that equation. In research published today in Advanced Functional Materials, a team of engineers, material scientists, and physicists […]

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