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Rajasthan Aims 3,780 MW Solar Capacity By April Next

“The current solar power generation is contributing 10 per cent to the total power consumption in the state and we are targeting to increase it to 17 per cent by 2021,” Rajasthan Renewable Energy Corporation Managing Director B K Doshi

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Solar Power Could Aid Reforms In India's Electricity Distribution System

Electricity distribution companies are the all-important interface with electricity consumers and the fulcrum of the revenue cycle

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Conventional and Non-conventional Power: Purposeful Coexistence

Thermal and renewable power will together shape the future of the Indian power industry

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Shavasana, Shampoo, Shehad, Solar: Baba Ramdev’s Desi Drive Enters Renewable Industry

Patanjali plans to invest around Rs 100 crore in solar equipment manufacturing and its factory in Greater Noida is expected to be fully operational within the next couple of months

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Fourth Partner Energy Eyeing 1GW Of Distributed Solar Assets By 2022

Seeing the company’s ambitious turnover base, Subramanian mentioned that the company is constantly raising funds

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Dispelling Common Myths About Solar For A Common Man

Solar are not subject to any market risk but are victim of many myths

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‘Integration Of Increasing Renewable Energy Into Grid Will Have Bearing On Energy Rates, Plant Life’

Rapid renewable capacity addition and the plummeting tariffs of solar power which will pose challenges in terms of lower PLFs of thermal power plants

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Cleaning Up Our Act

India plans to replace 770 million incandescent bulbs by 2019

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RenewSys Launches Production Of India’s First 5 BB Solar Cells

The 5BB cells, part of RenewSys’ RESERV range of solar PV cells, will be manufactured using world class European PV cell equipment.

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IIT-KGP Developing Solar-Powered Two-Wheelers

The batteries will be charged at solar powered refuelling stations developed by the Renewable Energy Institute headed by eminent scientist S P Gon Chaudhuri.

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'We Are Not Fighting With Any Company, But The Whole Beijing Factor'

In a comprehensive interview with Gyanesh Chaudhary, CEO and MD, Vikram Solar, Gyanesh shares how there is no level playing field for Indian manufacturers in solar, who have to compete with the cheap modules imported from China, losing out on quality

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India's Wind Power Tariffs Hit New Low In Push For Renewables

Indian wind power tariffs fell to a record low in a government-run auction on Friday, weeks after solar power rates too hit an all-time low, as the country looks to cut chronic electricity shortages in one of the world's biggest clean energy programmes

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