• Electrical India
  • Aug 5, 2017

IIT Bombay has received a sanction from the Government of India’s Ministry of Finance’s National Clean Energy Fund (NCEF) through the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) for distributing 1 Million solar lamps to several states across India…

  • Electrical India
  • Aug 5, 2017

The Government has also approved the enhancement of capacity from 20,000 MW to 40,000 MW of the scheme for development of solar parks and ultra-mega solar power projects. The enhanced capacity would ensure setting up of at least 50 solar parks each with a capacity of 500 MW and above…

  • Electrical India
  • Aug 5, 2017

Updates on Solar Sector

  • Electrical India
  • Jul 29, 2017

Consul Neowatt’s Sunbird Solar inverter selected for executing project Multiple Hybrid solar PCUs of 150kwp to 400kwp capacity installed...

  • Electrical India
  • Jul 15, 2017

SolarEdge’s HD-Wave inverter, once integrated with an EV charger, will not only provide the existing management and monitoring of solar production, but will also enable EV charging from a single inverter and dashboard...

  • Electrical India
  • Jul 5, 2017

Thermal energy generators are expected to be phased out and not replaced as they age out. However, the biggest issue to be resolved will be the erratic generation from renewable sources, which is not controllable on demand. Solar plants operate only when sun is shining, while wind mills operate only in windy conditions. Renewable energy will have to necessarily depend on devices and facilities which can store the energy when available and dispense to loads as per demand...

  • Electrical India
  • Jul 5, 2017

Vikram Solar is a comprehensive solar EPC solutions provider with an installed capacity of over 305 MW of solar plants. Research reveals that focusing on domestic manufacturing can save India more than $42 billion by 2030 in forex alone. Domestic solar growth has already created more than 416,000 new jobs (2015), indicating a potential solution for India’s employment scarcity, informs Gyanesh Chaudhary, CEO and Managing Director, Vikram Solar in an interaction with Supriya Oundhakar…

  • Electrical India
  • Jul 5, 2017

Solar photovoltaic (PV) and wind two important renewable energy sources reached grid parity in 2010. This means that these renewables no longer need subsidies or government support for their growth. India is a tropical country that is blessed with ample solar power reception (6 lakh GW). This article has rectified the flaw and propose a metering and tariff policy that would foster widespread growth of solar roof-top in a diverse democratic country such as India...