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Government schools across the state will soon get a helping hand from the Energy Department, which has agreed to provide them free power supply drawn from solar power projects.
The Cochin International Airport Limited (CIAL), the world’s first fully solar-powered airport, plans to step up power generation capacity to 40 Mw by May 2018 from 27.7 Mw at present.
Adani, ranked 12th, is the only Indian company on the list put out by Greentech Media, a Wood Mackenzie business.
Postgraduate departments of Patna University (PU) and colleges affiliated to it are set to have solar energy panels installed on all buildings on their campuses in order to conserve energy.
Haryana Government has issued instructions concerning installation of Solar Photovoltaic Power plant for efficient use of electricity and its conservation in the state.
State-run gas transmission utility GAIL India (GAIL) on Monday said it has commissioned the country's second-biggest rooftop solar power plant in Uttar Pradesh.
2017 was a disappointing year for the solar industry, as India struggled to meet its targets. Experts are hopeful of better fortunes in the new year, but want clarity on issues.
WTO appeals judges ruled in September last year that India had broken the trade rules by requiring solar power developers to use Indian-made cells and modules.
The incident occurred in social crusader Anna Hazare's native Ralegan-Siddhi village where Fadnavis had gone to lay the foundation stone for a solar power project.
Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has said that State is ushering in a new era of power reforms and every village of Andhra Pradesh will emerge as a solar power production hub.
India has barred state authorities from unilaterally cancelling or modifying solar power purchase agreements after six state governments in last two months pushed developers to lower tariffs.
The Ministry of New & Renewable Energy said its guidelines for tariff based bidding for procuring solar power would reduce risk, enhance transparency and increase affordability.
In a bid to harness renewable energy, Sri Durga Malleswara Swamy Varla Devasthanam is setting up a solar power plant of one-megawatt capacity at an estimated cost of Rs.5 crores.
These solar glasses also work in indoor environments under illumination down to 500 lux - the usual illumination of an office or a living area.
The plants are expected to increase by another 10 mw by end of the current fiscal under the 'Power For All' programme.