Hartek Solar bags 1-MW rooftop solar projects in Daman
The company has bagged opportunities presented by the solar policy of the recently merged UTs, that makes it mandatory for industrial units to install solar rooftop projects, riding on its high project execution standards. Evenly spread across Daman, these projects are scheduled to be commissioned by the end of the current financial year.
MSEDCL proposes astronomical GSC for solar rooftop
MERC had recently dismissed the discom’s petition to make net billing compulsory instead o...
Ludhiana Smart City Mission to begin phase II of solar project soon
For this project the site survey is almost over and officials have claime...
Soon, Goa’s colleges will generate their own power
The Goa Energy Development Agency (GEDA) has already carried out a feasibility report and has found the college buildings suitable for the fitment of solar panels.
Solar plant set up at NIT-Agartala to save on power bill
Union Minister of State for Human Resource Development (MHRD), Sanjay Dhotre formally inaugurated the solar power plant, sanctioned by the union Ministry of New and Renewable Energy
Maharashtra Energy Regulatory Commission withdraws compulsory gross metering for solar power
The measure was one of the alleged provisions in the draft regulations that did not find any place in the final regulations declared by the regulatory body
Nagpur: Net-metering to continue for solar rooftop consumers
According to the MERC (Grid Interactive Rooftop Renewable Energy Generating Systems Regulations) 2019, it is up to the consumer to decide whether he wants net metering or net billing.
Chandigarh: 300 govt houses to get solar panels in Crest’s Rs 15cr project
Its expected completion by March 31 will add 2.5 megawatts to the current solar energy production in the city. Crest recently got the approval for the financing of the project by the engineering department of the Chandigarh administration.
Discom fails to meet target, opposes solar rooftop
Even though Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited (MSEDCL) is unable to meet the solar power quota set by Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (MERC), the discom is opposing rooftop solar, which will help it in achieving the target.
Maharashtra: MSEDCL claims loss due to solar rooftop
In its submission before Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (MERC), the discom said it has so far incurred a loss of Rs224 crore due to solar rooftop consumers.
Chennai Metro Rail commissions two rooftop solar power plants in city
In a release, CMRL said a total of 8MW plant is planned to be commissioned by 2020 and it will generate 1.16 crore units. This not only will save up to Rs 2.54 crore a year towards purchase of electricity, but also will help cut down on carbon emissions of up to 11,587 tonnes a year.
Panasonic's India arm eyes Rs 500 cr revenue from solar business in 3-4 years
The company aims to expand the offerings to Bengaluru, Pune, Hyderabad, Chennai and Amaravati in the next three years and 25 more cities in the next five years with a target of catering to around 1 million vehicles.
REC Group asserts premium quality dominance by launching its ProTrust Warranty
The REC ProTrust Warranty includes a 25-year product warranty, 25-year performance warranty and up to 25-year labour warranty by REC Certified Solar Professionals.
Kerala: SmartCity project gives a push to solar power plants
Though CSML identified more than 60 institutions for setting up rooftop solar plants in the city, they could set up the plants at 28 institutions only.
Karnataka: Install solar unit on your rooftop, earn rent
The energy generated will be sold to the consumer at retail supply tariffs fixed by KERC, before being injected into the grid. According to KERC, only 205 MW capacity of SRTPV units has been installed in Karnataka as of July; the target set by the state in its 2014-21 solar policy was 2,400 MW.
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