The Union Cabinet has approved the Ministry of New & Renewable Energy’s (MNRE) proposal for the implementation of the Production Linked Incentive (PLI) program for the ‘National Program on High-Efficiency Solar PV (Photovoltaic) Modules,’ to achieve gigawatt-scale manufacturing with an outlay of ₹45 billion (~$605 million).
Colonial era policies in northern Scandinavia continue to affect Sámi life, culture and land use.
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Solar capacity addition presently depends largely upon imported solar PV cells and modules as the domestic manufacturing industry has limited operational capacities of solar PV cells and modules.
Flipkart announced that it has partnered with Mahindra Logistics Limited, one of its key logistics partners, to help fast-track the deployment of electric vehicles across its logistics fleet in the country.
An independent Scotland would need a radical overhaul if it wanted to match the performance of other small, rich economies such as Norway or Singapore.
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The technology group Wärtsilä has bagged the award of a contract to supply an engineered equipment delivery (EEQ) of a 40 MW / 80 MWh DC-coupled solar plus storage system to the Hickory Park Solar project in Georgia, USA, from RWE Renewables, one of the world’s leading renewable energy companies.
The Union cabinet on Tuesday approved the proposal of ministry of new and renewable energy (MNRE) for ramping up domestic manufacturing of solar photovoltaic (PV) panels under the ‘Production Linked Incentive’ scheme of the Centre.
This event aims to create deeper cooperation between the U.S. and Africa on energy policy, to reach alignment on long term sustainability goals, to stimulate greater American investment in the African oil, gas and power sectors, and to engage and reposition the U.S. as the primary partner of choice for African energy developments.