Technology shift in the solar industry has been taking place rapidly across the globe, but India, a notoriously cost-sensitive market, has been slow to adapt and accept newer products.
The world is set to build fewer wind turbines, solar plants and other installations that produce renewable electricity this year because of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, marking the first annual decline in new additions in 20 years.
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Restrictions on the amount of solar panels which can be placed on the roofs of homes and businesses will be significantly eased under plans to increase energy efficiency being discussed in government formation talks.
Haryana’s first grid-connected 1.2 megawatt biogas-based power plant has been commissioned at a cost of about Rs 14 crore in village Morkhi of district Jind.
ONGC and NTPC have contracted a pact to form a joint venture company for renewable energy.
State-owned Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) has announced its plan for setting up of 10 MW grid-connected solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant in Rajasthan.
The Portuguese government on Thursday announced a plan to invest 7 billion euros (7.67 billion U.S. dollars) to increase hydrogen-based power generation over the next 10 years.