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Jul 23, 2017
India’s failure to honour policies may hurt its solar plans, says US thinktank director Tim BuckleyOn 12 May, 2017, India recorded its lowest-ever solar tariff of Rs 2.44/unit of electricity. That is a 73% fall since 2010, and compares favourably with India’s cheapest power source: coal, electricity from which now ranges between Rs 3/unit and Rs 5/unit.
Jul 16, 2017
India launches solar project to electrify Egyptian village close to Libyan borderIndia has launched a solar project with state-of-the-art technology to electrify a remote village in Egypt.
Jul 15, 2017
Railway to introduce more solar-powered coaches to boost environmental conservationRailway Minister Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu on 14 July said more solar-powered coaches will be inducted in the railway's fleet.
Jul 14, 2017
Donald Trump says he was 'not joking' about plan to build solar-powered wall on US-Mexico borderPresident Donald Trump has said he was "not joking" about his proposed plan to build a solar-powered wall on the US-Mexico border.
Jul 11, 2017
The key to India’s solar energy dreams lies in public co-operation, not just in an investor-led approachIndia houses the world’s largest solar power plant in a single location which has a capacity of 648 MW and the project is spearheaded by the Adani Group.
Jul 08, 2017
India's solar power commitment makes them a leader in fight against climate change: World Bank"In India and beyond, solar power is starting to displace coal as an energy source," they said, adding that the cost from solar is a quarter of 2009 costs
Jul 04, 2017
GST roll-out: Why electricity should have been brought under the new tax ragimeOverall GST, hopefully will bring in greater transparency and further revolutionise the electricity sector
Jun 02, 2017
World Environment Day 2017: The Batti Project uses e-waste to bring light to remote homesThe founders of The Batti Project, Rajiv Rathod and Merwyn Coutinho, are making light (out) of waste
May 21, 2017
Howrah railway station to set up rooftop solar powerRooftop solar projects are gaining popularity in government buildings due to the subsidy provided by the Centre to the tune of 15 percent, making projects viable for both service providers and buyers.
Apr 16, 2017
DC solar products are lighting up rural India: What's driving the increased demand?The Indian market is ripe for products like lighting solutions and solar pumps. Rural India is looking beyond kerosene, wood and organic waste, and slowly realising that renewable alternatives like solar power are much safer and more cost effective