West Bengal Looking For EPC Specialists for 125 MW Solar Power Plant
WBSEDCL has actually provided an EOI for engineering, procurement and also building and construction (EPC) of the 125 MW phase-1 of solar park task in West Bengal.
Jun 5, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, EPC, India, tender, Asia, West Bengal, project, Solar Park, West Bengal EPC Solar
Indian Railways to establish 3 GW solar plants on vacant land
The projects-- to be established in three phases of 1 GW each-- are anticipated to be finished by year 2022-23. While the very first and the 3rd phases will be developed under public-private collaboration basis, the second phase will certainly be on the possession model of REMCL and eligible for funding subsidy under the CPSE plan.
Jun 5, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, India, Asia, REMCL
Game theory for solar module production
Researchers in Iran have used the Stackelberg management version to figure out whether the production of a closed-loop solar module supply chain-- including panel refurbishing-- is viable. According to their searchings for, a comparable supply chain may only be set up with public aids, which would guarantee that expenses for R&D, module production, and also recycling are dispersed between the federal government and all the chain's players.
Jun 5, 2020 // Technology, Manufacturing, India, Asia, solar module
Solar prices have fallen 82% because 2010
The levelized price of energy created by large scale solar plants is around $0.068/ kWh, contrasted to $0.378 ten years back and the cost fell 13.1% between 2018 as well as in 2015 alone, according to numbers released by the International Renewable Energy Agency.
Jun 3, 2020 // Markets & Finance, Rooftop PV, Saudi Arabia, Spain, France, Germany, Italy, India, South Korea, China, Australia, Chile, South america, Europe, Asia, IRENA, rooftop PV, Oceania, United Arab Emirates, Ethiopia, Africa, Mexico, North America, Peru, WORLD, covid-19, United States
Covid reduces India's utility-scale solar addition by 67% in first quarter
Covid-19-prompted disruption drastically influenced solar installation during January-March, 2020 as the country added just 689 MW of utility-scale PV versus 1,864 MW set up to be commissioned.
Jun 3, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance, India, utility-scale PV, Asia, covid-19
Mitigating shading in PV modules with new reconfiguration strategy
Scientists in India are looking for to reduce partial shading with a method based upon the Lo Shu nine-square grid of old Chinese mathematical tradition. Their technique includes the 'magic grid' additionally made use of in preferred sudoku challenges, as a guide for reconfiguring arrays.
Jun 2, 2020 // Technology, India, Asia, Vellore Institute of Technology, Lo Shu
Tata Power's Renewable Profile Expands 7% to 3,883 MW in Q4 FY20
Utility giant Tata Power on Wednesday reported a 7 percent rise in its renewable energy portfolio, that includes tidy as well as environment-friendly energy projects, as well as stood at 3,883 MW from the corresponding quarter in FY19.
May 27, 2020 // Markets & Finance, India, Solar Energy, Asia, Ashish Khanna, Praveer Sinha, Tata Power Company
Development guarantees less expensive solar cell glass production
Indian researchers have actually developed a hybrid manufacturing method incorporating steel mesh and a metal-oxide layer over a glass substratum which they say lowers production cost by 80% contrasted to the tin-doped, indium oxide-based innovation presently in use.
May 27, 2020 // Technology, Manufacturing, India, Asia, CeNS, solar cell glass, Ashutosh K Singh
Bag lamination method for solar cell encapsulation
Scientists in India have made use of a pouch laminator to encapsulate a polycrystalline solar cell. The resulting tool, the researchers claim, revealed much better UV photon absorption than solar cells treated with a polymer surface layer.
May 27, 2020 // Technology, India, Asia, solar cell, polycrystalline, Madurai Kamaraj University, Vasu Veerapandy
Covid-19 impact: Acme Solar wants to abandon record-low solar price tariff
The designer intends to cancel the power acquisition agreement it checked in 2018 for a 600 MW task awarded at a tariff of Rs2.44/ kWh, as it fears Covid-19-affected commissioning of the task will certainly stretch past the six-month extension from the scheduled date enshrined in the agreement.
May 27, 2020 // Manufacturing, Markets & Finance, India, SECI, Asia, covid-19, ACME Solar
Solar tariffs below Rs 2.55/kWh economically unviable currently, says Ieefa
To gain sensible returns on solar projects, designers have to consider the numerous threats as well as properly approximate the price of every part prior to bidding process.
May 26, 2020 // Tariffs, India, Asia, tariffs, Vibhuti Garg, Jyoti Gulia
A brand-new approach for clear performing glass that can make solar cells less expensive
Indian researchers have actually established a crossbreed style integrating steel mesh and also metal-oxide layer over the glass substratum, which reduces manufacturing price by 80% contrasted to tin-doped indium oxide (ITO) based modern technology which is presently being used.
May 25, 2020 // Technology, Manufacturing, India, solar cells, Asia, Ashutosh K. Singh, CeNS
Leading 10 Solar Inverter Companies in India
With expanding financial task and also development, India's power intake as well reached to 1,164 TWh till November 2019. That makes India the 3rd rated nation amongst the leading 10 power consuming nations internationally, based on IEA information.
May 25, 2020 // Markets & Finance, Inverters, ABB, Sungrow, India, Inverters, Asia, utility-scale, Huawei, Delta, TBEA, solar inverters, Hitachi, JMK Research and Analytics, Kehua, Medha, Sineng, TMEIC
Cochin Port Trust Seeks Developers for 1.5 MW Floating Solar Project
State-owned Cochin Port Trust has actually provided a digital tender welcoming bids for establishing of 1.5 MWp grid attached floating solar photovoltaic (PV) power project at CoPT.
May 25, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Floating PV, India, tender, Asia, Floating solar, Cochin Port Trust, grid-connected
India's brand-new solar capability enhancement to fall by 23% in 2020
Capability enhancements will, nonetheless, rebound in 2021 to go beyond 2019 degrees as most of postponed solar projects come online.
May 22, 2020 // Markets & Finance, India, Asia